Sunday, August 31, 2008

Don't tell my wife but I love another woman!


I love Sarah Palin. I've never been excited about a vice presidential candidate so this is a first for me. I think this is such a great pick. I was really hoping that McCain wouldn't pick Mitt Romney but I thought that is where he was going. I was really prepared to yawn and move on.

This is a great woman and I love her energy. It feels like we have the chance to bring some outside common sense to our national government.

I will blog another post on this later but I'm so excited about her. I had a smirk on my face all day when it was announced. I can't wait to see the debate between her and Biden. I frankly don't know how it will turn out but it will be interesting to see how she does.

I love the fact she had the courage to LIVE her beliefs even when she knew she was having a child with Down syndrome.
*****JOCO SOB correctly chided me for not posting a picture of Sarah. I found one I like so here she is......the next vice president of the United States of America.*********

5 comments:

jocosob said...

UMM, not to be a nit picker but WHY THE HELL DIDN'T YOU POST A PICTURE OF HER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

flymorgue2 said...

She is one dish that I do not get in trouble with my wife by pointing that out!

JOCOeveryman said...

FOSP....Fans of Sarah Palin. Welcome brothers.

SmedRock said...

Are you not doing the same thing now, that you accuse Obaba fans of doing? WORSHIPPING? Just saying. She is easy on the eyes though.

JOCOeveryman said...

Smed....I can see your point. I don't know that I've been that critical of Obama's supporters liking him as a rock star. Certainly that has been McCain's assertion as of late but I'm trying to stay on Obama on the issues. I've never been a big believer that you need to have spent 20 years in Washington to have the experience to be President. I'm not that guy. The founders talked more about character and temperment than government experience. I just think Obama is too liberal on matters of taxation and spending programs. Thanks for posting.