Josh Brage


Party of Change, Its a Change Party!
August 30, 2008, 11:22 am
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Today, I am extremely proud to be a Republican! McCain/Palin is the ticket of change. When you think about everything that we, as a country, need solved – Iraq situation, our energy situation, our economy, etc. . . you have to realize that this ticket is THE TICKET that has the answers. We have the experience, we have the ideas, we have the strategies that are needed for the success of our country. Hands down.

Read what Mark Steyn thinks. . .

First, Governor Palin is not merely, as Jay describes her, “all-American”, but hyper-American. What other country in the developed world produces beauty queens who hunt caribou and serve up a terrific moose stew? As an immigrant, I’m not saying I came to the United States purely to meet chicks like that, but it was certainly high on my list of priorities. And for the gun-totin’ Miss Wasilla then to go on to become Governor while having five kids makes it an even more uniquely American story. Next to her resume, a guy who’s done nothing but serve in the phony-baloney job of “community organizer” and write multiple autobiographies looks like just another creepily self-absorbed lifelong member of the full-time political class that infests every advanced democracy.

Third, real people don’t define “experience” as appearing on unwatched Sunday-morning talk shows every week for 35 years and having been around long enough to have got both the War on Terror and the Cold War wrong. (On the first point, at the Gun Owners of New Hampshire dinner in the 2000 campaign, I remember Orrin Hatch telling me sadly that he was stunned to discover how few Granite State voters knew who he was.) Sarah Palin and Barack Obama are more or less the same age, but Governor Palin has run a state and a town and a commercial fishing operation, whereas (to reprise a famous line on the Rev Jackson) Senator Obama ain’t run nothin’ but his mouth. She’s done the stuff he’s merely a poseur about. Post-partisan? She took on her own party’s corrupt political culture directly while Obama was sucking up to Wright and Ayers and being just another get-along Chicago machine pol (see his campaign’s thuggish attempt to throttle Stanley Kurtz and Milt Rosenberg on WGN the other night).

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Love it!! Me likey Palin! I couldn’t help myself from financially contributin’ to their campaign today. Must’ve been the water I drank. FOLKS, if you want this dynamic duo to win, put some $$ behind ’em! Do it. Do it now.

Comment by pb&shelley

shels I cannot agree with you more! let’s get some cash flowin his way! I will be digging up some signage and definitely be pitching in my blog’s voice!

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