“Made in America” Joins GOP Presidential Ticket
by J. Anthony
All of a sudden, radio mouthpiece Michael Savage and a few other prominent hypocrits on the lost Right are in agreement with Barack Obama, who said that he wouldn’t want his own daughters “punished with a baby”…
I’m no longer a fan of Michael Savage, not that I ever really was. His tirade on the air today against Alaska Governor and GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin proved that Savage is the very rock bottom of the barrel, whose off-base right wing idiocy and unintelligent emotions have gotten the best of him. Take it from me, a right-winger.
When John McCain chose Palin, he solidified my vote for this year’s GOP ticket. Average people like me realize that while she was no doubt a political pick first, Governor Palin represents those of us who have always been patted on the head and told to just trust our government. SHE is the only person on either ticket who actually DOES represent real change – the only Washington outsider – the only one whose “controversial” baggage represents what many of us in the real world actually face in our real lives.
VP Nominee Sarah Palin gives all young American girls, and the rest of us as well, a renewed sense of equality and a solid role model to emulate. How? By simply staying true to her own values. She has not been molded by anyone. She challenges those who need challenging, including the GOP leadership (evidenced by the Alaska GOP turning her into Persona Non Grata in their own state, which only strengthened her chance at winning the Governor’s race).
I am extremely proud that my young punishment, er, daughter has the opportunity to watch these historic events unfold. We both realized what a historic moment we were witnessing Friday morning. She saw a woman on TV who seems “just like us,” and who talks “just like us,” and who cares about what we care about. In other words, a “change” in politics. Too bad she’ll be too young to vote by one year when Palin runs after McCain’s second term. Sarah Palin is a wonderful gift to the lost Republican Party, who I have no doubt will win the hearts of Americans like she did Alaskans. Bravo, Senator McCain.
Palin appeals to young people. She’s very independent, firm, beautiful, and even more phenomenon-ish than Mr. Obama. There’s no doubt in my ex-military mind that she’s got more experience than Obama in just about every department (except for maybe campaign kickoffs from terrorists’ homes, sitting in a hate-”church” for over 20 years, and taking shady real estate kickbacks from known criminals). Being a legislator isn’t even experience enough to run a Brown Bear Car Wash.
Sarah Palin was my top choice for VP ever since her name entered the discussion months ago. John McCain certainly was not my first choice for President. Admittedly, back then I referred to her as “hot.” I doubted she was still a contender last week thanks to the press, and therefore was pulling for Mitt Romney as the VP. I’m obviously satisfied. Palin was the one person who I could accept (and prefer) over Romney.
I’m praying that the Palin family stays strong through this barrage of hypocrisy against them. Perseverence on their part will definitely pay off in the end. Shame on those so-called conservatives who are publicly blasting Gov. Palin – and for what, for having a 17 year-old pregnant daughter? Or is it they don’t approve of a mother of five – including one with Down syndrome – for Vice President? We’d expect this from across the aisle, but no from our own. People who live in glass houses…
Sarah Palin has already been a success for the McCain candidacy. With the announcement last week, she instantly brought out the ugliness of politics in both the Left AND many on the Right, simply by living her values. I believe that will prove to be a blessing for America in the end. Shame on Michael Savage and those like him who are slinging mud on a worthy woman who will quite possibly be our first-ever female president in 2016. Now that’s real change we can believe in.