Thursday, October 16, 2008

One Reason Why Sarah Palin Can Draw A Crowd of 20,0000

I have been a supporter of Governor Palin before she was even on the short list. I have many people who ask why we support her and what she can contribute. This video will give you just one small reason why 20,000 people show up to her rallies.  This is a far cry from those that are shown on other media yelling things from the crowd.  It also shows that she is genuine.  You can't teach it and you certainly cannot fake it. H/


Paul said...

This is very cool to see.

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin is a "real" person, and that - in my estimation- is why people are so attracted to her. She is the super mom who has made her way through sheer guts and determination to the second spot on the Republican ticket. Unfortunately, I agree with a number of Conservatives and Liberals who feel as if she is incapable of fulfilling the role of that particular office.

I, also, was an early supporter of Palin, but shared concerns about how she would fare on the national stage. McCain' handlers turning her into a show pony with lipstick sure as heck didn't help her national image. In an election season marred with errors, the "handling" of Palin was by far the most egregious and damaging (imho) to the McCain campaign.

While things are improving, I am not sure that she can overcome the political branding that people now associate her with.

-An American Liberal

Scott Martin said...

Very cool to see that. Shocking that it was on PMSNBC.

Anonymous said...

The MSM and MSNBC think they are attacking Palin by airing this story. The implication is that Palin supporters are, well it's obvious.

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Anonymous said...

I'm very surprised this is a feature from MSNBC. It's nice to know they can stop and take a closer look sometimes.

Some critics of Palin harp on the fact that she has a special needs child, and suggest she is a bad parent for hitting the political trail when her new baby needs her.

Obviously, she has her child with her, and other parents of special needs children don't find it a bad parenting decision.

It's time to retire that criticism.

Anonymous said...

P.T. Barnum could draw a crowd too.

"There's a sucker born every minute"

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