Thursday, September 4, 2008

Palin's Home Run

I don't have anything to add except that I thouroughly enjoyed the speech. The WSJ hits on all the points that I felt including that I have not felt so enthused about a candidate since Reagan. I'm ready to go volunteer. I felt as if we were watching the beginning of something grand...
..."what we out west call openin' a whole can of whip a— on your opponents."...
...Her line about her job as a small-town mayor being "sort of like a 'community organizer,' except that you have actual responsibilities"... brought the hall to its feet in a frenzy.
From the WSJ:
One of the standard operating theories this Election Year is that Barack Obama and the Democrats are much more energized, excited and willing to work hard for victory in November.
After Sarah Palin's remarkably effective speech, I don't think any pundits or politicians will be able to count on a decisive Democratic enthusiasm edge. Sarah Palin electrified the hall, and from what I can tell from my e-mail inbox that excitement is being replicated in living rooms across the country. (

1 comment:

Wayne said...

I've linked to your post from Sarah Palin Emerges As New Ronald Reagan published originally by: Michael Reagan