Thursday, October 23, 2008

Attention Women For Palin: Be A Part Of History!!

My next article has been preempted by a little bit of history in the making.  I am inviting all of my female readers who support Governor Palin to join the Team Sarah Organization.  This organization will be making history this Saturday.

Team Sarah will make history this Saturday, October 25 from 11AM-1PM, by calling one million women voters in battleground states and invite them to participate in a live tele-townhall over the phone.  This has never been done before!  Imagine one million women voters on one phone call.

If you would like to be included in the call, sign up to be a member of Team Sarah and make sure to fill in your phone number in the profile section.  Your phone number will remain private and will only be used for this call.

Even if you don't want to be included in the call, join Team Sarah and be a part of history.  It is time to take a stand against the disgusting treatment that Governor Palin has received in the last few weeks.  This is your chance to stand up for her and be counted.  

I will return to my original blog tomorrow whenever my children allow me the time....it's a good one too.


13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good LUCK!!!!!

Warmest Regards,
-An American Liberal

Lily said...

thanks Stacy. I just joined

Anonymous said...

Found you through RCP. Will sign up now. Thanks.

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Stacy said...

To all of my readers: I have respected civil debate since beginning my blog. Many of my posters have asked that I delete Obama trolls. I have reached my limit as of today. I will allow some posts, but it is my blog...not yours.

To those Obama supporters in blue states..you know who you are. You have no idea the atmosphere in the battleground states. There are millions of blogs on the internet.....find a new one.

Anonymous said...

It's raining today in Tennessee, a solid red state. But I guess I'll have to seek shelter elsewhere, the "Big Tent" GOP just pulled up stakes and left.


RJ

Anonymous said...

Team Sarah had over 4,000 new members in one day. Keep getting the word out.

Anonymous said...

Stacy,
In case you did not know, you can remove the ability to post anonymously. In the same controls, you have the ability to prevent posting unless reviewed by you. The latter option might require a bit more work, but then again, it might be more effection than the current delete method you are using.

Also, a change of direction like this probably should be posted on the front page of the blog versus as a comment.

As to your comment about us not understanding what it is like in a battleground state, that would have been an interesting topic to read.

Just my two cents.
-An American Liberal

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Anonymous said...

I just voted early. There were a lot of people waiting. It seemed like there were a lot of McCain people, but we shall see. I'll be part of the call Saturday.

The New Conservative said...

We all understand your pain Stacy. I only have one troll of my site and it's a friend on mine so I can't block that troll. However if I was having a major problem I'd make the same decision you did.

pf said...

Signed up for Team Sarah and then went to my McCain station at the early polls in Volusia Co., Florida. The Obama camp had so many more volunteers to start with than the McCain camp even though the rain was heavy. Later I was surprised to learn that those same Obama “volunteers” were being paid $10 (whether for the day or per hour, I am not sure, plus pastries - - I think that’s what I have read to mean “street money”). A large contingent of voters were AA and unfriendly so I did not offer them any literature and they didn’t request any. There was a bus from the Painter’s Union which transported a large group of union painters who were rambunctious and entertaining, sort of. Everyone’s entitled to their own vote, my only exception was the fact that Obama’s name and the union’s name were in bold colors: black and gold. My beloved Steeler’s colors on that hideously painted bus was almost too much to bear.

A straight talk express victory bus appeared shortly before the polls closed and we met a busful of interesting and enthusiastic people from many different states with the same goal. I never thought I would be so impressed by Republicans; a new one for me.

AA voters were vocal in their choice, but others were cautious about their preference. I got into a rather heated exchange with an older woman (to be honest, she could have been about my age) when she called Gov. stupid, etc. I heard later that same woman attacked other McCain volunteers at the exit point and some others at the entrance. She had taken one look at my McCain sticker and said: “Shame on you for voting for those two”. I guess she didn’t realize she was giving me a compliment. I returned with: “Shame on you for not voting for those two” - - - and that’s when she tried to run over my foot. Some people just cannot take a joke!

Speaking of older ladies: An elderly lady wearing an Obama sticker asked me for a Sara Palin bumper sticker because her 80-something friend wanted to dress up like Gov. Palin for a Halloween party that night. I was on the verge of righteous indignation when she informed me that her elderly friend was an avid Palin supporter and only wanted to show her support.

Some of the poll watchers said it looked good for McCain. I think the race in Florida is going to go McCain’s way. I also talked to some racist rednecks up in Pa. and they think there’s a good chance Pa. will go red as they do not want to disappoint John Murtha.

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