I'll post all of this because it's short:
Slow day today so I thought I'd take the opportunity to note that, thus far, I'm on board the new Republican party. That which should be led by Gov. Sarah Palin.
I'm also still wondering when the moonbats are going to start apologizing for swallowing, hook, line and sinker, the whole "trooper-gate" story? Of course they won't because the moonbats are motivated by hate and hate does not allow room for apologies. Let's just remind the moonbats that she was CLEARED of any wrong doing TWICE.
She has some work to do to make the top of the ticket. But 4 years is a REAL long time in politics. And I remember hearing Barack Obama speak at the Democratic convention when he was still a state senator and thinking...wow...this guy sound GOOD.
I have that same feeling about GOVERNOR Sarah Palin and she is wayyy better looking.
Of course look for the hate filled left to spend the next 4 years trying to mock her.
And under a picture of Gov Palin with her hair down (download the picture: the jpg is called "hairdown") is this hilarious quote:
"We are now the minority party but let us resolve not to become the negative party."
The woman who called Obama a friend of terrorists, questioned the "American-ness" of over half the nation, and is credited with being a major reason for McCain's defeat is saying the Republicans won't be negative. Michelle Bachmann didn't get that message, going on Hannity to renew her attacks on Obama (and probably causing more than a few Minnesotans to wonder why the hell they believed she hadn't gone insane before they voted for her again). The GOP has nothing but negativity; hell, that's all they had when they were the majority party. They couldn't defeat Clinton on the issues, so they took him down on other things. They won't beat Obama on the issues, either, and he'll not give them the material they'd need to drag him through the gutter.
But they'll try.
Contrary to what Ted asserts, few of us will be giving Palin any thought, much less wasting energy mocking her. She represents a small and shrinking portion of a party that itself is growing obsolescent. By the time the 2011 campaign gets here, she may have a base of her own in the GOP, but to think she can pull an Obama? Did he crash and burn in 2004? I'm trying to remember if he came to public prominence by attacking people and destroying a presidential campaign.
Oh no, that's right. He spoke profoundly of a united country and of the shared aspirations of all Americans.
And he didn't need people to promote his candidacy because he was hot.