Monday, September 8, 2008

"Palin Has Awakened a Sleeping Giant"

A caller to the Rushbo show just now exclaimed that Sarah Palin's addition to McCain's ticket has awakened a sleeping giant.

"Ron from Chino, California" says what we all know, by now. Sarah Palin is the greatest thing to happen to the dreary ticket which was the Republican offering this cycle.
No other V.P. choice, not Texas senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, Mr. Romney, Mayor Giuliani, Pawlenty or even Tom Tancredo or Duncan Hunter could have been as inspiring to genuine Conservatives, as that of Governor Sarah Palin.

The overwhelming consensus of bloggers, both large and small, is thrilled by Governor Palin. The Sad Old Goth, Pudence Ponder, Zone boss McGehee as well as The Usually Malcontent,being among the most disillusioned bloggers are now re-energized and pumped about the hopes for our nation's direction.

The sleeping giant which has been awakened by the way, is the great majority of American women voters.
For too many years, these ladies have been falsely represented by the likes of Gloria Steinem, women's libbers, the abortion-rights crowd. And political leaders like Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Cliton, er Clinton, who preach a good sermon on empowering women, but completely deny the identical successes of Sarah Palin now.

And the Democratic national committee is frightened. Chairman Howard Dean, a paleface himself, has instructed the Obama campaign to trot out the tired and untrue crowd of women to put out the Palin wild fires. The likes of Hillary and like Oprah Winfrey are being asked essentially to deny to their audiences all they've preached before about strong women, and put down a strong woman, Sarah Palin.
Don't ya just envy Alaska's First Dude, Todd Palin~?

***STRANGLED SEGUE TIME***

People should have one meat-free day a week if they want to make a personal and effective sacrifice that would help tackle climate change, the world's leading authority on global warming has [said]. Dr Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said that people should then go on to reduce their meat consumption even further.

Dr. R. Pachauri is sub-Continental Indian, and also a vegetarian. And the reason I've added this non-story to the above Palin post?

For this reason: I've wanted to add this great bumper sticker here to the bloggie for awhile, the same one which Todd Palin has on the bumper of his Alaska pickup:

3 comments:

gregor said...

I have to say that, while I would lay my best black vampire cape over a puddle for Sarah to step upon so she wouldn't soil her high heels, I was also quite roused by McCain's convention speech. Whilst a bit short on details of his intentions, he certainly got me up off the chair with his enthusiasm and fervor. I no longer consider my vote for him as just a vote against Obama, but a vote for America.

The Localmalcontent said...

And you my friend, have had plenty of puddles around your house lately, to do that exact thing with.

I read your gardening blog, covering T.S. Hannah's visit to Jersey this weekend.

-P.S.- cool new shades, Gregor!

Jungle Mom said...

Love the vegetarian pic! LOL! Ain't it the truth?????