Good speech, Palin! Alas, still pro-war.

Sarah Palin gave a rousing speech, and thrilled the RNC crowd.
She has a lot of spunk and character. Too bad she couldn’t serve in some domestic position, where she would not have to confront the really tough guys, like Putin, or Kim Il Sung.

The one thing of utmost importance to me is whether or not she intends to continue pouring billions of dollars into the war machine for Iraq. She made it clear, she’s committed to prolong this senseless warfare, which I see as a continuation of the Bush errors. Pretty face; lots of spunk, but in the end — to borrow an expression from Texas – – big hat, no cattle.

Oh, and what’s with all the cowboy hats? There are no cowboys any more, so aren’t they just playing dress-up?


~ by christianliberal on September 4, 2008.

3 Responses to “Good speech, Palin! Alas, still pro-war.”

  1. Did you see that article from the Associated Press yesterday. Sometime last year she was speaking at a ministry and she said the Occupation of Iraq was a “Task from God”.

    What would jesus do?

  2. ACTUALLY, the cowboy hats were from delegates from Texas. And trust me, excluding the big cities, they are just as popular as baseball caps. I live in Weatherford, Tx and grew up in Fort Worth.
    Got a date tonight? Try the bolo tie, boots, belt buckle, and cowboy hat look. haha.
    Committed to win and committed to prolong are two very different things. Besides, Obama is committed to winning too. They both have said it.

  3. :What population of voters does Sarah Palin hope to win over with her stay-the-course-in-Iraq, winning-with-honor, no-white-flag-of-surrender comments? Doesn’t she realize that the growing number voters in fear of losing their jobs, homes, and health benefits, if they haven’t already, are not inclined to continue blowing $9 billion a month on an open-ended war that should not have been waged to begin with? For proof that this imperialistic blunder doesn’t sell anymore, if it ever did, all Governor Palin has to do is hint that as VP she would support a reinstatement of the military draft, then watch her already slipping approval ratings plummet to zero.

    Carlos the Carpenter (a real person)

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