Thursday, October 30, 2008

Team Sarah

If you have not joined Team Sarah activities yet. You should, 41,000 people have joined within the last 2 weeks. Here the website.

Please also visit Hillbuzz blog.  This blog belongs to Hillary supporter that are voting for McCain/Palin ticket.  

Here is what she said today in a rally Erie, Pennsylvania:
"Rousing speeches can fill a stadium, but they cannot keep this country safe. For a season, a man can inspire with his words. But for a lifetime, John McCain has inspired with his deeds."

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Gov. Palin In The White House

Click here and keep clicking on different items and watch the animation. This will drive the Palin haters nuts!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Gov. Palin & Energy Security Policy Speech

The Alaska Governor will speak about energy security during a morning adress in Toledo, Ohio. This comes after her first policy speech last week on children with special needs in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Palin's A Brainiac

Well, you for sure will not see this headline anywhere in the mainstream media, but I am glad that I will be able to post for you to read:

The former editor in chief of Ms. magazine (and a Democrat) on what she learned on a campaign plane with the would-be VP.  I'm a Democrat, but I've worked as a consultant with the McCain campaign since shortly after Palin's nomination. Last week, there was the thought that as a former editor-in-chief of Ms. magazine as well as a feminist activist in my pre-journalism days, I might be helpful in contributing to a speech that Palin had long wanted to give on women's rights.

Now by “smart,” I don't refer to a person who is wily or calculating or nimble in the way of certain talented athletes who we admire but suspect don't really have serious brains in their skulls. I mean, instead, a mind that is thoughtful, curious, with a discernable pattern of associative thinking and insight. Palin asks questions, and probes linkages and logic that bring to mind a quirky law professor I once had. Palin is more than a “quick study”; I'd heard rumors around the campaign of her photographic memory and, frankly, I watched it in action. She sees. She processes. She questions, and only then, she acts. What is often called her “confidence” is actually a rarity in national politics: I saw a woman who knows exactly who she is.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

To Know Her Is To Respect Her

Here is the latest article by Fred Barns on Gov. Palin.  Here are just a quick excerpts:

Palin's record is another critical test of her personal skill as a leader. What has she done? A lot more than Kaine or Pawlenty or most governors. She ousted an incumbent governor of her own party, successfully fought corruption in the party, and tore up a deal with oil companies, forcing them to accept a less lucrative agreement on a new natural gas pipeline.

In judging Palin, it comes down to who is more credible. Is it those who've worked with her, or know her, or have at least met and talked with her? Or those who haven't? The answer is a no-brainer. Okay, I may be biased on the subject of Palin, having been impressed after spending nearly two hours with her on one occasion and an hour on another.

My advice is ignore the critics who know far less about Palin than she does about foreign policy. A good example is Ken Adelman, who headed the arms control agency in the Reagan administration. Adelman recently endorsed Obama and said he "would not have hired [Palin] for even a mid-level post in the arms control agency." Well, I know both Palin and Adelman. And Ken, I'm sorry to tell you, but I think there are an awful lot of jobs in Washington that Palin would get before you.

Not So Fast Mr. Obama

Today, Gov. Sarah Palin was at a rally at the Silver Spurs Arena, in Kissimmee and here is what she had to say:
"Barack Obama and I both have spent quite some time on the basketball court," Palin told a raucous crowd of more than 5,000 at the convention center. "But where I come from, you have to win the game before you start cutting down the net."

If you like this photo of Gov. Palin, you can vote for it here.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Gov. Palin, A New Kind Of Feminist

Ideology Aside, This Has Been the Year of the Woman

Palin's candidacy has sent a jolt through traditional liberal women's organizations as she tries to redefine feminism, suggesting that the old movement has become detached from the hockey moms Palin champions. The mother of five and former beauty queen is the antithesis of the bra-burning militant libbers of the '60s, and she is adamantly antiabortion. Yet Palin has grabbed the feminist label vigorously and has been hailed as one by the thousands of supportive women who wave their lipstick tubes at her rallies.

"She is a direct counterpoint to the liberal feminist agenda for America," John McCain declared last weekend.

Read the whole article in Washington Post.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Read People magazine article on Gov. Palin.

Sarah Palin: My Wedding Hope for Bristol

Redneck Palin

Palin was in Ohio today:Palin was exuberant before the crowd, demanding an autograph from warm-up singer Gretchen Wilson, famed for her song, "Redneck Woman." Palin joked: "Someone called me a `redneck woman' once. You know what I said back? `Thank-you very much.'"

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Sarah, We Love You Too!

Gov. Sarah Palin, with her daughter Willow holding her son Trig, campaigns at a rally in Henderson, Nev., Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008. Palin is giving the American Sign Language (ASL) hand sign for 'I Love You'.

You can click here to vote for this photo, or for this one. Hey what about this one:

Tina The Comedian vs. Sarah The Governor

From Reuters News:

Actress Tina Fey says she glues her ears down for her popular television impressions of Sarah Palin, but it took her a while to accept she was almost a perfect double for the Republican vice presidential candidate.

"When I first saw her, I didn't think we looked alike at all," Fey told TV Guide in an interview released on Tuesday.

"Then during the (Republican Party) convention, I started to think, 'OK, maybe a little.' ... We glue my ears down. That's one of the tricks," Fey said.

Tina, I am sorry, but you are a comedian and she is the Governor.  It will take more than gluing your ears to really looking like her.  She is the real deal, never be confused!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Whatever Gov. Palin Touches Turns Gold!

There are a lot of people, apparently, who really, really dislike Sarah Palin. Fine. They are entitled to their opinion. But their visceral distaste obscures the fact that the public remains fascinated with the governor of Alaska. Consider:

1) Palin's speech at the Republican convention was the highest rated convention speech in history.

2) Palin's debate with Joe Biden was the most-watched of this year's presidential debates, the highest-rated veep debate in history, and drew more viewers than the 1992 three-way presidential debate between Bush 41, Clinton, and Perot.

3) Palin's appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend gave the show its highest ratings in 14 years.

Shouldn't pundits be spending less time dismissing Palin, and more time investigating the strong pull she exerts on the public?

Source: Weekly Standard Blog

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Gov. Palin notices "Ed the Dairyman" and says this is not the time to experiment with socialism.

Sarah Palin spoke to a crowd of about 10,000 supporters Sunday in a Roswell airplane hangar, not only making a reference to Joe the Plumber, but alluding several times to "Ed the Dairyman" after seeing someone in the crowd holding a sign identifying himself that way.

Here is what she said today
Barack Obama calls it spreading the wealth,” she said. “Joe Biden calls higher taxes patriotic. But Joe the plumber and Ed the dairy man, I believe that they think that it sounds more like socialism. Friends, now is no time to experiment with socialism.

First Dude hard At Work

Todd Palin, husband of Republican vice-presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, tours the garage area prior the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Tums QuikPak 500 auto race at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va., Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Palin rallies before 20,000 fans in Indiana

After watching Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin from afar for months, nearly 20,000 Hoosiers got their first glimpse of the stylish and feisty vice presidential nominee at the Verizon Wireless Music Center on a perfect fall Friday night. And she didn't disappoint. Continue to read here

Guess how many came to see Peggy Noonan's book signing? click here

UPDATE: GOP's new star rocks Verizon, VP hopeful hits hard at Obama in Indiana

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Sarah's Shoes Again!

What's up with AP photographer and his/her fascination with Palin's shoes?  Here are the two from this morning's rally in Main.

I had blogged about this several weeks ago. Here are some more shoes! (here and here ) what's the point?

UPDATE: Here is another one from AP/yahoo photo:
Can we see Obama's legs and Biden shoes too?

Gov. Palin in Maine

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin made a campaign stump in Bangor, Maine this morning. Watch here and see how she mentioned "Joe the plumber" who has done great job differentiating between Obama's socialist policy and McCain market based policies.  

"You know, we want to cut taxes because we think like Joe or Jane the plumberthinks, OK?," she said. "Our opponents want to raise taxes because they think like that other Joe, that six-term senator from Delaware whom I'm running against."

Monday, October 13, 2008

30,000 Came To See Gov. Palin In Richmond, VA

Gov. Sarah Palin greets supporters during a rally at the Richmond International Raceway Monday, Oct. 13, 2008, in Richmond, Va.

As I said before, even if McCain loses, Palin will win.  People love her and identify with her.  But it's hard to see these crowds and not think that McCain/Palin ticket has a big chance to WIN.

Palin and Piper at Pumpkin Patch in Pennsylvania

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Palin to Drop Puck to Start Philadelphia Flyers Season

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, who calls herself a ``hockey mom,'' will drop the ceremonial opening puck at tonights Philadelphia Flyers season-opener at home against the New York Rangers.

The National Hockey League team said the Alaska governor's appearance at the Wachovia Center is tied to the Flyers' promotion to find the ``Ultimate Hockey Mom.'' During Palin's acceptance speech to be John McCain's running mate last month, she joked that the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull was lipstick.

Sarah Palin Did Not Break Any Law

The so-called “Troopergate” inquiry was launched in July after Gov. Palin — now on the Republican presidential ticket — removed her public safety commissioner, and he later said he had been pressured by the governor, her husband and her staff to fire the trooper, Mike Wooten.

Democratic state Senator Hollis French, the lead investigator in the smear campaign against Governor Palin, promised his party that the results of the Troopergate probe would be an "October surprise." He wasn't lying. The final report showed that she DID NOT BREAK ANY LAW.

Continue to read here

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Gov. Palin An Amazon Warrior!

Camille Paglia is pro-Obama feminist who gives credit where is due. It appears she is the only sane Democrat out there and here is her defense of Gov. Palin. Make sure to read the whole article:

"The mountain of rubbish poured out about Palin over the past month would rival Everest. What a disgrace for our jabbering army of liberal journalists and commentators, too many of whom behaved like snippy jackasses. The bourgeois conventionalism and rank snobbery of these alleged humanitarians stank up the place. As for Palin's brutally edited interviews with Charlie Gibson and that viper, Katie Couric, don't we all know that the best bits ended up on the cutting-room floor? Something has gone seriously wrong with Democratic ideology, which seems to have become a candied set of holier-than-thou bromides attached like tutti-frutti to a quivering green Jell-O mold of adolescent sentimentality. "
"And where is all that lurid sexual fantasy coming from? When I watch Sarah Palin, I don't think sex -- I think Amazon warrior! I admire her competitive spirit and her exuberant vitality, which borders on the supernormal. The question that keeps popping up for me is whether Palin, who was born in Idaho, could possibly be part Native American (as we know her husband is), which sometimes seems suggested by her strong facial contours. I have felt that same extraordinary energy and hyper-alertness billowing out from other women with Native American ancestry -- including two overpowering celebrity icons with whom I have worked. " Continue here

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

After a boring debate between Obama and McCain a blogger had this to say:

Let's Face It, the Only Candidate This Year Who Has What It Takes to be President Is..Who is young enough and idealistic enough and man enough for the job. Click here to find out who?

Monday, October 6, 2008

Support for Palin Increased Following the Debate reports:
In combing through the results of our Palin/Biden vice-presidential debate poll, I came across an interesting trend: readers who completed our poll the morning after the debate favored Sarah Palin much more than readers who took the survey immediately after the debate. Continue to read here

Saturday, October 4, 2008

More Than 13,000 Californians Came To See Gov. Palin!

I just came back from the rally.  It was an awesome event.  I was seated right behind the podium and I had an opportunity to talk to her. She gave a great speech, attacked Obama for his connection to domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, and talked about her record of reform in Alaska and she was extremely down to earth speaker. She also said, "Of course we want change,we want change we can live with. Change we can afford".    Also, what you will not hear in the media is that LA's National Organization for Women, Shelly Mandel endorsed Gov. Palin saying, "America, this is what feminist looks like". You can listen to the endorsement here.

Well, here are a couple more  photos from AP:

After witnessing this event and the energy among Palin's fans, I won't be surprised if McCain wins California!

More links from today's rally:

UPDATE:  Welcome "Corner" is another picture for NRO readers:
And at the end she signed my copy!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Palin Won The Debate

She won the debate with her authenticity, bluntness, and smarts.  She was up against a 36 years veteran of the Senate and she hold her own. Even if McCain loses, a political star was born tonight.  But the media had to take a picture of her shoes ( click her to see more Palin shoes). What was Biden wearing?! Anything interesting?

Well, I am going to see her this Saturday. I will have lots of pictures! 

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Can Palin Take Up the People's Cause?

An excellent article by Mark Davis, suggesting that people don't trust the Washington and Palin can take up the torch and run with the people:

"Ms. Palin should wrap this credit mess right around Joe Biden's neck. His party's Clinton-era fetish for extending unwise home loans to undercapitalized applicants – a craven link in the Democratic myth of caring more for minorities – dug the biggest part of this hole. 
Ms. Palin can stand alone as the candidate who looks into the camera and say: "America has spoken. No government bailouts. We hear you."

I only hope the McCain handlers unshackle her and allow it."