Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Governor Sarah Palin: American Hero

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and her husband Todd hold their baby boy Trig Paxson Van Palin in Anchorage, Alaska, on April 23. When the Palins learned their son would have Down syndrome, there was never any doubt they would have the child. "Every innocent life has wonderful potential," said Palin.

As anyone who's frequently visited this blog knows, my admiration for Gov. Palin, her husband, and their children is almost boundless. Gov. Palin's 18-year-old-son, Track, is an infantryman in the U.S. Army.

I hope that when it comes to selecting his vice-presidential running mate that John McCain does the right thing -- and selects Sarah. She and Todd are role models and exemplars for all Americans. God bless Sarah, Todd, Track, Willow, Bristol, Piper, and Trig. Alaska loves you already and eventually the rest of America will.

Note: I have a new column up on my other national blog: http://stevemaloneygop.blogspot.com/. It deals with the relationship between the McCain Campaign and some critical races for the U.S. House. I urge you to visit. Thanks. On this blog tonight I'll be criticizing the Hillary-Barack exercise in political vaudeville. They should both be ashmed of themselves, but apparently shame is not their strong suit. They both seem to believe that pandering to people with low intelligence is the key to victory.

9 p.m. It's finally happened: I'm getting bored with the Democratic Primaries and the endless streams of nonsense that come out of the candidates mouths. Apparently, Obama has won NC by a significant amount. Apparently, Clinton has won Indiana by a relatively small margin.

My biggest question: who is voting for these two people? Some 91% of Blacks are voting for Obama. Mrs. Clinton's problem is that she isn't getting 91% (or even 61%) of the White vote.

Barack wins good-sized states (Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia) by chalking up huge majorities in Black precincts. In white caucus states, with few people taking the time to participate, he gets most of his votes from far-left liberals, Moveon.org-types. Thus, Obama will become the Democratic nominee. His scum of the earth are more numerous than her scum of the earth.

He's a terrible candidate, but I guess he's exactly what today's Democat Party wants. Poor them. Poor us.


Larry Perrault said...

It looks like Obama could get caught in a hotel room with a dead hooker and his percentage of the black vote might drop under 90.

We have to be kind to these liberals. I sure as heck am not going to come to understand them.

Tomorrow afternoon, I'll enter the names of your PA candidates at the HuckPAC web site and suggest that they look them over. I am not in position to speak for them, myself.

Oh, BTW, I never received a message, but I read it at your web site.

Larry Perrault

Stephen R. Maloney said...

Thanks Larry, my e-mails never seem to get through to you, not that that stops me from sending. I know Melissa and Toni, and I know a great deal about Marina. We absolutely have to get exceptional people in Congress, and those three all qualify. On my Pennsylvania site I basically put up a modified version of my e-mail to you. Elections in PA always end up being grueling matters that eventually become downright painful. When my buddy Diana Irey lost in 2006, I thought she must have been been the best candidate in the country -- conservative yes, but just a loving human being.