Thursday, November 6, 2008

Show a Little Respect!!!


Hey,wait up guys,we made some history too!!!


The United States just ended a historic presidential campaign, the like of which has never before been seen.
The Republican party made history as the oldest man ever, John McCain, ran for president and outpaced his staff and the army of reporters following him in energy and enthusiasm. Not only that, he has survived cancer a number of times which increased every time his detractors tried to say he would not survive his term, if elected. Even Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, chimed in and said we should elect Democratic candidate Barack Obama instead.
Sarah Palin was the second woman in history to appear on the ballot as a United States vice-presidential candidate for a major party. Who, had it not been for the financial meltdown caused by the Democrats like Barney Frank, may well have been our new vice-president today. Who was gracious and kind to everyone, who complimented Hillary Clinton and Geraldine Ferraro in her acceptance speech.
Hillary Clinton came close to obtaining the Democratic presidential nomination in a long hard fought primary effort against Barack Obama in 2008 and Geraldine Ferraro was picked by Democrat Walter Mondale as a running mate in 1984. He lost the election to Ronald Reagan.
Barack Obama, son of a white mother and black man, made history as the first black man to be elected president of the USA in 2008.
So we made a lot of history and broke a few barriers. And now in the aftermath, the blame game has started. Not content with their shameful treatment of Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, during the campaign, the mainstream media and the liberal harpies are piling on.
I just want to say:
Let it go. Your candidate won. Be as gracious in victory as John McCain was in defeat.

I started my blog in early September to refute the vicious rumors about Sarah Palin that started as soon as she was announced as the vice-presidential nominee.

She never banned books, never charged victims for rape kits. Was right about Russia being visible from some areas of Alaska. And on and on and on.

The vicious Hollywood celebrities and turncoat Republicans who attacked her would do well to remember her enormous popularity.

She will be back. God willing. America needs her.

Janet Crain
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1 comment:

Bill O'Connell said...

Sarah Palin's nomination was historic and we have not heard the last of her.