Wednesday, September 10, 2008

piper for president!


maybe this could help us in ohio, pennsylvania and michigan!

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Monday, September 8, 2008

where in the world is zoey?

hi friends and others;

sorry that blogging has been so sparce but i am in dc this week!  i will be returning to blog regularly this weekend but in the meantime keep checking back because  i may have time to put something up soon. 


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Friday, September 5, 2008

country first

mccain/palin ’08

photo:  sweasle

you can read the transcript of jmac’s speech here.  i have to say there were moments that were very compelling. 

though i had heard it from others many times, i cried like a baby as he told his own POW story.  when he explained his life of service and that it was while there in a 6×4 ft box – broken teeth, broken limbs, beaten, scarred, tortured - that he fell in love with his country because “my country saved me,”  that did it for me.  he may be an old guy but he’s my old guy.

people it’s time to go shopping!

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Thursday, September 4, 2008

barracuda rocks the house!

gov. sarah palin rocked the house last night at the republican convention.  after all she and her family have been through – ridiculed unmercifully as white trash, a hick, a small-town beauty queen nobody – i was in awe at her composure, wit, confidence, knowledge and presence. 

sarah did a beautiful job and made it very clear that “barracuda” means something.  she called out the media and the leftists for their smears.  she called out obama and biden for their utter hypocrisy.  she championed mccain as a servant leader and the greatness of our country.

she was not shrill nor angry.  she simply delivered.  she was indeed a breath of fresh air from the stuffy campaign of mccain and outrageously presumptuous campaign of obama.  i can say she was what i needed to be energized from merely a protest vote of obama to a full fledged support of the mccain/palin ticket.

i hope you saw that too.   here is the transcript.

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dang cowlicks!

oh come on, you know this was cute.  how many of us have either had this done to us or did it ourselves!!!  i just hope a rumor doesn’t get started that piper is trig’s real mommy.  :cough:

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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

simply apoplectic

“When they attack one personally it means they haven’t a single political argument left.”  Margaret Thatcher.

many assumed evangelical christians would be appalled and super charged by the circumstances of sarah palin’s daughter.  but actually its been evangelicals who are among the last people who’d judge her harshly. it is the left that is about to go crazy with puritan judgments and outraged speeches — they are positively frothing at the mouth; hissing and spitting like creatures from the abyss.

the critics who condemn the legitimacy of small town mayorship – palin had two terms in Wasilla, Alaska, population 9,000 or so.   here’s a fact:  here are 262 cities in this country with a population of 100,000 or more. but there are close to a hundred thousand small towns with ten thousand people or less.

“You do the math,” the conservative pollster Kellyanne Conway said. “We are a nation of Wasillas, not Chicagos.”

there are so so many rumors out there being called “facts”  – not always republican, not vetted, not really wanted by mccain, gonna be dropped by mccain, troopergate, hillbilly, trailer trash, and on and on and on and on….

this can only mean that Sarah Palin represents an apoplectic fear on the left that says to them “smear her, destroy her now or we lose again.”  shameful.

blow the roof off the place tonite Sarah! 

h/t  kathleen

UPDATE:  have you seen the website palinfacts?  its great and rivals the jack bauer vs chuck norris ones believe it or not.  here are a few samples: 

  • Sarah Palin isn’t allowed to wield the gavel at the convention because they’re afraid she’ll use it to kill liberals.
  • Sarah Palin once won a competitive eating contest by devouring three live caribou.
  • Sarah Palin once carved a perfect likeness of the Mona Lisa in a block of ice using only her teeth.
  • Sarah Palin will pry your Klondike bar from your cold dead fingers.
  • Sarah Palin doesn’t need a gun to hunt. She has been known to throw a bullet through an adult bull elk.
  • Sarah Palin had the original idea to drop the “e” from Flickr.
  • Sarah Palin is the reason compasses point North.

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the diddy retort!

here’s a great response to punk diddy’s vid below from zo rachael called, “the diddy retort” and its great.  he defends sarah palin terrifically and what he says about mo and bo….well!  turn it up and enjoy the pushback!

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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

hockey mom or pit bull?

bill kristol on sarah palin, hockey mom

“McCain aides whose judgment I trust are impressed by Sarah Palin. One was particularly amused by this exchange: A nervous young McCain staffer took it upon himself to explain to Palin the facts of life in a national campaign, the intense scrutiny she’d be under from the media, the viciousness of the assault that she’d be facing, etc.:

Palin: “Thanks for the warning. By the way, do you know what they say the difference is between a hockey mom and a Pit Bull?”

McCain aide: “No, Governor.”

Palin: “A hockey mom wears lipstick.”


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meghan mccain on bristol palin

interesting insights on a candidate’s daughter from a candidate’s daughter.

“The first political convention I ever attended was when my mom was pregnant with me in 1984 and the Republican Party nominated Ronald Reagan for a second term as President,” Meghan McCain writes. “I have been on political stages and in campaigns since before I could walk or talk. If there is one thing I have learned, it is that it is difficult to establish your identity and independence as the son or daughter of a politician.

“When I was 14 years old,” she continues, “a reporter questioned my father about me having a hypothetical abortion, had I been pregnant at 14. This reporter’s question single-handedly changed my life. This story comes up in almost every profile written about me and in almost every interview.

“It’s a rough go being the son or daughter of a politician,” she writes. “I have not known Bristol Palin very long, but there is a certain kinship I feel to her as I do other political daughters such as Chelsea Clinton, Jenna and Barbara Bush and Mary Cheney. You can’t fully understand it unless you have lived it. So I just wanted to let it be known that I support Bristol and the entire Palin family.”

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diddy blog

and we made this moron a super millionaire….

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