Saturday, October 04, 2008

More Balls Than Any Man In Politics...

That's how I saw one commenter describe Sarah Palin, who is unleashed after her knockout victory in Thursday's debate with "Plugs" Biden.

Yesterday, Palin repeated something that I expressed a year ago, which almost started a fight with a relative (FOX News linked from Gateway Pundit.

Sarah Palin then slammed Barack Obama calling him disqualified to be President of the United States, “Some of his comments that he has made about the war that I think may — in my world– disqualifies someone from consideration as the next commander in chief.” Palin said, “Some of his comments about Afghanistan and what we are doing there supposedly– just air raiding villages and killing civilians. That’s reckless (AAAA--Men!!!!). So I wanted to talk about things like that. So I guess I have to apologize about being a little annoyed, but that is also an indication of being outside that Washington elite and being outside the media elite also and just wanting to talk and just wanting to talk to Americans without the filter and let them know what we stand for.”
Then today, she hit strong and hard again at Obama for one of his many questionable associates with unrepentant terrorist, William Ayers of the Weather Underground.
Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is accusing Democrat Barack Obama of "palling around with terrorists" for his association with a former 1960s radical.

Palin was referring to Bill Ayers, one of the founders of the group the Weather Underground. The group took credit for bombings, including nonfatal explosions at the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol four decades ago.

In remarks to GOP donors in Englewood, Colo., on Saturday, Palin said Obama seems to see the U.S. as being so imperfect that, in her words, "he's palling around with terrorists who would target their own country."


This is what needs to happen over the next month. She and McCain need to hit and hit hard with these questionable associates--Ayers, Rezko, Rev. Wright, Franklin Raines & Jim Johnson, all the campaign money from Fannie & Freddie.

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