September 03, 2008


I laughed out loud and clapped my hands like a goon when Palin mentioned taking the styrofoam pillars back to the movie set. Ha! And laughed even louder when she said that the best endorsement of McCain is that Harry Reid hates him.

Man, she was on fire.

(She reminds me of a cross between Guard Wife and AWTM. I'm surprised she never called Obama a douchebag.)

My favorite line came from Giuliani: "Change is not a destination just as hope is not a strategy."

Rivaled by Palin's "There are some candidates who use change to promote their careers, and then there are those like John McCain who use their careers to promote change."

I'm grinnin' here folks.

I was scared in 2004, but I feel pretty good tonight.

And I have this hilarious scene running on a loop through my head from O Brother Where Art Thou:

Junior O'Daniel: Well, he's the reform candidate, Daddy.
Pappy O"Daniel: Yeah.
Junior O'Daniel: A lot of people like that reform. Maybe we should get us some.
Pappy O"Daniel: I'll reform you, you soft-headed sombitch. How we gonna run reform when we're the damn incumbent? Is that the best idea you boys can come up with? Reform?! Weepin' Jesus on the cross. That's it! You may as well start drafting my concession speech right now.

John McCain is the incumbent party, running on reform. And doing a mighty fine job of it.

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1 That is the best COMPLIMENT EVER... seriously. I need to clean up my language, working on it... heck I might need to run for PTO here... We are recharged here, SR was cheering PN fell asleep. She inspired me!! And I took note of her frugality... selling the jet on e-bay, firing the chef...I would soooo do that, and so would every other darn woman I know and LOVE!

Posted by: awtm at September 03, 2008 06:51 PM (EgGGv)

2 She was awesome! She brought life into this election.

Posted by: wifeunit at September 03, 2008 07:36 PM (J+xCo)

3 She called herself a Pit Bull! How can I not love her?

Posted by: airforcewife at September 04, 2008 03:54 AM (mIbWn)

4 I love the fact that strong, educated, pro-life women are being represented by Palin. I got angry last week as her critics maintained that there was no way Clinton's supporters (apparently representative of "all" women) would never support her because of her conservative positions, namely on abortion. What about the rest of us? I think she spoke to a lot of people last night. You could just feel the relatedness. I loved it!

Posted by: Nicole at September 04, 2008 04:56 AM (sBJ2p)

5 I have to admit that I was prepared to not like her, having read about how conservative she is. (I'm moving toward the middle of the road but used to be more liberal.) I have to admit that I liked her speech, especially in comparison to Giulani's. I found him very unlikable. But Sarah Palin... well I found that, although I don't agree with her on everything, I don't dislike her. I like Sen. McCain, dislike Sen. Biden, and just don't quite see how Sen. Obama can possibly deliver on what he's selling. So for the first time in a long time, I feel like I'm actually going to be casting my ballot FOR someone, rather than AGAINST someone. That's a refreshing change for me!

Posted by: Marine Wife at September 04, 2008 03:09 PM (Vbk4m)

6 Oh, how I wished I was watching her speech with you!

Posted by: Angie at September 05, 2008 06:40 PM (yvfxR)

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