Thursday, September 4, 2008

I'm in Love!

Sarah Palin - Acceptance Speech (Part 1) - Republican National Convention (09/03/08)



Anytime I talk politics with anyone, I can usually get people to agree the only way to fix the broken machine that is our federal government is to get regular people elected to office. A good start would be to pass a law not allowing Attorneys to run for office. Regular people have common sense and are willing to use it. Regular people that are in true service to their community don't do it for personal gain. Its impossible to get anything done when your beholden to special interest and a mammoth political machine that exist to protect itself first. That goes for both parties.

Finally by some small miracle and the grace of God we have been given the chance to put Sarah Palin a regular person in a place of power in that cesspool Washington D.C. I hope she brings a big broom and mop, and plenty of cleaning supplies if she gets a elected. That's going to be the biggest Field Day that every happened. (Hope that didn't sound sexist for you PC people)

I have been so distant from this election, but when John McCain gave us this gift for his VP choice, I can now say I have never been so confident and on fire for a political campaign. She is the neighbour next door, a regular person like the rest of us. Based on her track record from the PTA to the Alaska's Governorship this is exactly what this country needs. Just wish there was a way to reverse the ticket and make her president.

I will do whatever I have to to get this woman elected. We need more people like her in Washington.


We do need to get her on board a Submarine for a visit as soon as possible. That way I will have photos to start my Submariners for Sarah campaign.


( I have at least one other Submariner Palin supporter here.
http://sandysalt.blogspot.com/2008/09/palin.html)

I have lost faith in both the Democrat and Republican party's to do what is right for this country. But I have faith in the American people and faith in Sarah Palin!

Now, I need to go find out when the next PTA meeting is..


Eric

Update:
Other Sub Bloggers on Sarah Palin.

12 comments:

Subvet said...

Palin for President in 2012!

Sandy Salt said...

Here, here. I am all for throwing all the bums out and starting over, but with term limits for all.

Pat said...

You are dead on shipmate.....

McCain/ Palin 08'

Pat said...

I am watching McCains speech and I just saw a direct shot of an American subvet, approximately 5 minutes into the speech. Good times.

esryle said...

I saw that Sub Vet as well. I will try to get a sceeen shot later and post it.

Rob said...

Under ethics investigation...inexperienced (Karl Rove vilified possible Obama VP pick Tim Kaine for exactly the same qualifications...or lack...as Palin, even though Kaine was mayor of a bigger city and governor of a bigger state for longer). Her speech was all attack and no ideas/specifics/plans. As mayor of a then 5,000 person town she had to have a city administrator to get the job done (there are more people at my current employer than in Wasilla, AK).

She gives fired up speeches (that have no real substance...what's the GOP tax plan, or economic plan, or Iraq plan?), and that's all it takes to win over Republicans? And they complain that Obama's speeches have no details?

Come on...she's all show and no substance. Kay Bailey Hutchenson would have been 1000% better choice, at least she has experience and isn't a religious right panderer.

esryle said...

Hey, I'm a religious right panderer.

Rob said...

Ah, the religious right argument. And I thought the Republican Party was the party of individual freedom and liberty. Why is it that it seems they are really the party of "individual freedom and liberty on OUR terms"?

Sandy Salt said...

I think McCain hit it on the head about wanting to clean up Washington, but I think Palin is going to be better at doing that than he would. He has been a part of the problem for too long. I truly believe that only way to regain control of the government is by forcing them to once again be accountable to the people that elect them.

esryle said...

Im not going to argue with you Rob, were just going to have to agree to disagree shipmate. I do enjoy reading what you have to say on your blog.

Rob said...

:) You just took away all my fun...

Someone up the page mentioned term limits, as a liberal minded type it may surprise you to know that I fully and wholeheartedly support term limits for Congress and would even entertain them for the Supreme Court (say a 20 year cap on justices).

Pat said...

I keep hearing the claim from the dems that Sarah has said nothing with substance........ I don't disagree but I don't really think it was her goal to discuss topics in detail. Her convention speech was only a few days after being chosen and it was her chance to come out and show and tell people who she is. I'm sure that will lead to topics with substance in the coming days/weeks.

I am trying to remember if Biden had any substance in his convention speech and nothing comes to mind..... Just a thought, but he has little need to come out and let people know who he is being as he's been around the block.

I think (hope) you will be very impressed when she and Biden have a little debating time...... as Biden has said himself, he won't be able to hold his own against her sharp tongue. I'd like to see her debate with Obama, I think she would give him a run for his money..... and being as everyone wants to compare her (the vp candidate) to Obama (the pres candidate) I think they should. I have yet to hear Biden compared to McCain, well maybe I have but not at all to the scale of the Palin/Obama......

Good times