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Friday, August 29, 2008

Media appearances

UPDATE: Larry Elder Show, KABC Los Angeles. 7:20 OM Eastern/4:20 Pacific.
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If you want to watch me on TV...

FoxNews: 5 PM Eastern/2 PM Pacific. Not sure exactly where in that program I am, but I will be on during that hour.

Fox & Friends: 8:00 AM Eastern tomorrow morning on FoxNews.

NBC 4 (Washington): Interviewed for tonight's evening news (nbc4.com)

NBC 5/30 (Colorado Springs): Story running on tonight's news (koaa.com)

132 comments:

s.b. said...

Congratulations! You deserve it! Hopefully Governor Palin will call and thank-you herself. I'm sure she will when she gets the chance.

Maybe you could post the clips later for those of us who don't have cable tv.

Matthew said...

Congrats, I'll try to catch at least one of these.

As I hear reactions, this choice is looking better and better.

Stacy said...

McCain/Palin gear now available at www.johnmccain.com. Get it before it runs out.

Ted said...

Adam, post-victory, I've been thinkin (Palin speak is "thinkin" not thinking) bout this in light of what I've been hearin, and that is this:

Apparently the factions around McCain were promoting one VP Candidate or another, i.e., Romney, Pawlenty, but not much speaking up in support of Palin. Therefore, YOU WERE ABSOLUTELY VITAL IN NOT ONLY PROVIDING INFO, BUT VITAL VOTER IMPACT for McCain, as I'm hearing that McCain was closely following your site, and you gave him background and encouragement for him to make his decision!

I look forward to seeing you on TV and following what should be a meteoric career by you. Thank you.

wk4christ said...

Congratulations, as well, Adam! I also hope get to speak to Governor Palin! I have no doubt you will! Thanks for this blog and for all you have done/are doing/will do!

Erin said...

Hey, so I'm looking at Dems running scared. Their comments smack of desperation, calling it a desperate move on McCain's part. So he's barely behind in the polls after BO's convention, hasn't had his own, and yet he's desperate with this pick?! Give me a break. They're scared!

Adam, I can't wait to see you tonight! You deserve this moment!

Elizabeth said...

Gov. Palin:

As a Cook County Commissioner and Republican Committeeman in Orland Township, Illinois, and a woman with a similar background to your own, I want to congratulate you on being named the Vice Presidential running mate for John McCain.

I had the opportunity to meet Sen. McCain in Chicago as various function through his Illinois Coordinator and Chairman of the Illinois Delegation to the Nominating Convention, Jim Durkin.

Sen. McCain is an impressive and highly qualified candidate for President of the United States and now we have an impressive and highly qualified candidate for Vice President of the United States.

As a Republican Committeeman, I will do everything possible to support and work for the team of McCain/Palin and make sure you are our next Vice President of the United States.

Today is a proud day for Republicans, for woman and for the United States of America and I am exceedingly proud of our ticket.

Congratulations and Good luck.

Trubador said...

Big congrats!!!

I wasn't aware of this site, but I've been a fan of Palin as a VP choice for the last couple months. McCain has been masterful in the way his campaign has managed this past week, politically.

NObama '08
IT'S ABOVE
HIS PAYGRADE

NObama '08
KEEP THE CHANGE

McCain/Palin '08
MAVERICKS FOR
REAL CHANGE

Palin/Jindal 2016
THE FUTURE
OF AMERICA

Wonder said...

I have never heard of Gov. Palin before today. No offence, but, Alaska is a bit far from North Carolina. Anyway, I am AMAZED by the news. I have been searching all day about Gov. Palin. I have found many wonderful things. I was a McCain supporter to begin with. His choice for VP running mate made my views about him being a SMART man grow. The people of Alaska must be so proud. Thank God all of America can get to know her more.

brianwurzell said...

very interesting days!!! i think she changes the GOP stakes dramatically. big great news for republicans!

Erin said...

I love "Nobama--keep the change!" I need a bumper sticker with that...

Mountain Mama said...

Dear Adam (and Julie and the "fam!"),

G-d is pleased. You know there's no better praise than that.

You worked SO hard and shared with us so consistently very brilliant insights with compassion and perseverence.

Remember to demonstrate the Lord's love and firm conviction in all you say on TV! We will watch and pray for you----and for the McCain/Palin ticket to WIN!!!!

(And YES, send in your contributions NOW to the McCain campaign, because once the convention starts, they have to stick with using only the public funds. Courageous, but LOWER! SO after the convention, if you've maxed out in giving to McCain, please donate a ton to the Republican Party!)

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Erin said...

Wonder, I suspect you're typical of many republican voters. Once the party gets to know Sarah, we'll see a huge groundswell of support. Of course, it hasn't been too bad so far as it is.

swenguzzi said...

Congratulations & Jubilations!

What a breath of fresh air!

Cool stuff!

anonymous said...

GO PALIN! FOUR MORE YEARS!!

Joel said...

can someone point me to where I can find the best/largest collection of Palin photos out there?

Mountain Mama said...

You-Tube has a ton of Palin videos. Her website (listed on the first page of this blogsite) has a lot of official photos.

knowitall said...

Adam,
I have watched your site for months but have not writtten until now.
reading the comments and waiting for drew's next entry last night was the best cheep entertainment i have had in years. That is a high compliment from a scot.
I am so happy today.
you did a great job and a service to your country. thank you!!!
God bless you. God bless gov palin. God bless the usa

Mountain Mama said...

Hey, website-watcher/editor:
Please delete some of those bloggers who are being negative on the previous blog-posts here on this website, okay? THANKS!

Frank Miller said...
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Ryan Trabuco said...

Awesome, I'll be watching Adam!

Diamond Tiger said...

CONGRATULATIONS!

I am absolutely DELIGHTED! As a Hillary Indie, I have always believe in Country Before Party and I have been watching and hoping that Senator McCain would choose Governor Palin for months. I just found your site last week and was please that I did!

Thank you for all your hard work!!!

I may even change my registration after this.

Hele On!
Diamond Tiger
Kona, Hawaii

Trubador said...

Erin wrote: "I love 'Nobama--keep the change!' I need a bumper sticker with that..

Here are a couple bumper stickers:

http://www.americanmethod.com/detail.php?id=240

http://bumperstickers.cafepress.com/item/nobama-keep-the-change-sticker-bumper/246233754

Erin said...

Mama, their comments are obnoxious, and their attacks on specific people are certainly uncalled for, but I'm just skipping over them now and moving on. Two terrified commenters aren't going to rain on my parade!

It's official; my brother is trying to claim this coup. :D He told me today, "remember what I said this past week!" and I was able to counter with "remember what I've said these past six months!" It felt good. :) I say all of that to point out, the party is coming to the party--and quickly!

Saur♥Kraut said...

Congrats! It's well deserved!!

Burt said...

As a 35 year old white, conservative male from the south I have just one word to explain what I think about Gov. Palin as VEEP......OUTSTANDING!

Diamond said...

Congratulations from the Diamond Team!

http://www.eXtremeLaunch.com

Trubador said...

One more:

http://bumperstickers.cafepress.com/item/nobama-keep-the-change-sticker-bumper/292239017

Burt said...

I'm a 35 year old white, conservative male from the south and I have only one word to describe what I think about Gov. Palin as VEEP..........OUTSTANDING!

Grafted Branch@Restoring the Years said...

Even though I'm not sure how I feel about any of this, somehow it all makes me feel...hopeful. Hopeful like a 20-year old again.

flapper said...

Adam,

You are, quite simply, The Man.

Real Ted,

You were right all along!

Rhonda Coleson said...

Wow Wonderful! Looks like it was Obama who didn't get 'it'!

Frank Miller said...

Nice colors! I get it...red for blood, black for oil, white for innocence of the whole thing! Awesome!

Cook Barela said...

A woman with an 80+ approval rating, a woman with guts... a mother with compassion and strong principles, who is already commander-in-chief of Alaska's national Guard. She has visited Iraq more often then Senator Obama. She has a son in the military, and chose to have a daughter even though she knew the child would be born with drown syndrome.Sarah Palin reflects her pro-life convictions.

Her plain talk speech today made Obama's canned, Harvard generated selective words oration seems like an academic text book, one wants to avoid reading. He speaks about the needs of Americans; her speech was delivered with the heart of America.

Serah Palin, has already demonstrated with her leadership accomplishments she is ready to be president.

For the first time in a very long time, I am excited about this coming election.

Cook Barela,
5974 Palencia Drive
riverside, California 92509

951-685-0700

Erin said...

I'm waiting for Adam on Fox, and I had to laugh at the Dem on there. He talked in circles about it being natural to attack Sarah on her experience similar to BO's. Then continuing to say people vote for the top of the ticket. We don't need to have our own pundits; he's doing a LOVELY job for us!

J. Head said...

CONGRATULATIONS, ADAM! I am very excited for you and our country! Thanks for asking me to join in on this incredible movement!

Springhead said...

She seems very inexperienced.

How will she fare in a debate with Joe Biden?

Joel said...

looking sharp adam!

Sheri said...

Adam...I am watching you right now on FOX!!!!!!!!!!

Kerri said...

Great job on Foxnews!

sshallen said...

Congratulations!!! I'm watching now, along with America.

Use this exposure! You're conservative so you already know this, but your opportunities are unlimited.

God bless you.

Erin said...

Wonderful! I love "...it's about what's right with Sarah Palin..."

Great. :)

Ryan Trabuco said...

Just saw Adam talking to Bill Hemmer.

I think we're all trying to wake up too! Thankfully, at least the dream we're all having is quite a ride.

Springhead said...
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Sheri said...

Adam...good job! You are such a good boy. I know that your momma is proud!! :)

Don said...

Just saw you on FNC. Good job. Have fun on the other shows.

Jill said...

Fantastic! Adam, you were wonderful on Fox. Your answer about the other VP choices not being WRONG, but Sarah Palin being RIGHT was the perfect answer. You thought on your feet, kid! I'll catch your other appearances too.

Fred said...
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SalesNinja said...

You know that McCain would have to pick a good conservative like Gov. Palin to silence conservatives among Republican ranks and to do well with the election. Other reasons why she was chosen is to attract more women (53% of the US voting block) to vote for McCain, she is sensitive on American/Indian Issues (perhaps it would calm more waters with Hispanics). She turned down the bridge to nowhere project and believes in ANWAR drilling to offset the high oil prices. This is a dream come true for a ticket, for me, except one thing, I'm still not happy that he wants to make illegal criminal aliens into citizens.

Now I'm starting to see the slight difference between McCain and Obama and I'm sold on McCain for those issues, as well as McCain making a promise to appoint Judges to the US Supreme Court who wouldn't legislate from the bench, but interpret the law.

For those of you who believe in Constitutional Law and for any chance of no further liberal damage to our constitution (aka Roe v Wade in 1973), then I urge you to vote for McCain/Palin in November.

PrNewsNow said...

Good call I got to do a I told you so to my friends and family because I called this pick myself. I feel better about voting for palin than I do for McCain.

I put a couple news releases up and I would appreaciate folks taking the time to DIGG them to help me compete against the WALL of anti sara blogs that hit the top spots on Google in hours.

PRnewsNow free Press releases If you will set up an account with me I will promote you to a corporate account for free so you can keep your blog in the news distrbutions and stay on top of the searches where you belong for being so far ahead of the rest of us. Look forward to helping you.

All else who read get to issueing press releases so we can compete.

timcat said...

Adam, I don't know you, but heck - I don't know Governor Sarah Palin either. I saw you on FOX this evening, and had to check out your site.

Well done, you!!! You've not only backed the right horse from the very beginning, but you've also provided details to read and research for those of us outside of Alaskan politics.

Thank you, and many congratulations!

SalesNinja said...

Adam, I saw you on Fox News, you did great, thanks

Gary in Chicago

Springhead said...
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Blogger said...

You were really good on Shephard Smith a few minues ago. You handle yourself so well and you are so articulate, I hope you are planning to find a way to serve the country.

LisaMBA said...

Great job, Adam! I was on your website this morning when I was waiting for Sarah to be introduced by McCain & I just saw you on FNC!

She used one of my favorite quotes in her sppech this morning, "a ship is safe in the harbor, but that's not what ships are made for." It means that she is a strong woman who is not afraid to stand for her convictions. McCain has solified my support with his choice of Sarah Palin!

We'll be watching for your next DRAFT, Adam!

Lisa Landry
www.HealthandLibertyNow.com

Christinewjc said...

Congratulations Adam! Just saw your appearance on Fox News. How does it feel to become an overnight conservative political celebrity?

When I heard the announcement at Fox News this morning, I found your blog via a search engine and linked to it over at Talk Wisdom.

Prior to today, I did not know much about Gov. Palin. However, the more I learn about her the more I like her!

John McCain made a brilliant pick - IMHO. The Obama camp came out disparaging her; whereas, Hillary at least had the courtesy to say some nice things about this historic occasion.

Haven't had the time to read all of the comments here, but noticed this saying from "trubador":

NObama '08
KEEP THE CHANGE


Love it! A new classic! I want that saying for a yard sign come November!

God bless you, and good job with having the foresight to rally for Gov. Palin's V.P. nomination!

Sincerely,
Christine

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Erin said...

I'm keeping an eye on informal polls around the net. I've not seen a ton, but the lowest I've seen this pick get is 50% positive at MSNBC. AOL had over 500,000 people voting, and it's changed from slightly negative in the morning shortly after the announcement to over 60% positive. It says to me that as people find out more about her, the more they like her. I'm taking these bashers as signs of desperation. :D

rosario said...

Terrific Choice!This is somewhat an incredible positive surprice.We are supporters of Senator McCain and this proves his Judgemnt being above party interest once more,and what is best his running mate is made of the very same qualities! A huge congratulations to the best running ticket for the most important chair in the world.

James said...

You can get your McCain-Palin Yard Signs here:

http://www.cafepress.com/cp/customize/product.aspx?clear=true&number=%20299557374

Suzanne said...

WhhhooooHHHHooooooooo

Erin said...

Excuse me. It's 54% on AOL.

shaggyfu22 said...
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Shay said...

You've done a really great job with everything Adam.
Superb insights and brilliant analysis. What you have accomplished will be to the benefit of this country. Good work.
Congrats!

I enjoyed seeing you just now on Fox. After a day of watching the MSM scramble and put on half-truth stories, it was nice to finally see someone with an educated opinion. You are the go-to Palin "expert"!

Mountain Mama said...

Oh, big surprise:
MSBC's poll re. "Will choosing Palin help or hurt McCain?" turned out 67% HURTS McCain.

Ri-ight.... such fair and objective journalism. They are SO in the tank for Obama.

"McCain-Palin:
Experienced Reformers"

"Obama-Biden:
Bloviators for Hire"

Greg Walters said...

wait...let me get this straight, the first time I have ever heard of Palin was this morning...and you have had a movement...since...May to get her the VP??


WOW...

good work!

That's great...and now I must research her...

Shay said...

"It would be like a college graduate being hired as CEO of a Wal-Mart or Exxon (the two largest companies according to the Forbes 500)"


Or like hiring a community organizer with no executive experience at all to be the President?



Ok, I know better then to feed the trolls. I just can't help myself

Erin said...

Mama,

I'm seeing that same survey at 50/50. It has nearly 500,000 votes. Is this link the same one you're looking at?

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26456598/

Laura-Junkfoodaholic.com said...

I just saw you on Fox News. Congratulations! I had never heard of Governor Palin until this morning and wouldn't have known about your blog unless I'd been watching Fox News. I am absolutely ecstatic about Palin being picked for McCain's running mate!

Mountain Mama said...

Hey now, Erin!

No, I didn't see the MSNBC poll online, but on television, with the results' being announced by Chris ("Only I get to interrupt here!") Matthews.
(hee hee)

Jay said...
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Stop Obama Express said...

Great vp choice good looking out ALL ABOARD! The Stop Obama Express. A great site for Anti-Obama Fun, videos, pictures, quotes and more. Check it out at www.StopObamaExpress.com

Gigi said...

I am amazed at how so many American women cast their votes solely on gender. It is almost like they do not care about the state of their country or the candidates credibility as long as there is a woman on the ballot. Consequently, male politicians seduce them by giving a woman some responsibilities. That makes me wonder why women were not allowed to vote years ago. I kind of understand the guy who thought: Can they vote responsibly?

Sheri said...

I am going to go soft on Jay because he is only 15. But, if you think that I believed you were impressed with the Palin choice until you read this blog...I am sorry...I do not believe you.
I am a woman and I am thrilled with Palin.

ronorr.com said...

You guessed it with this blog, it should be popular for awhile, this is some big news.
www.RonOrr.com

shaggyfu22 said...
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maggie said...

you're all fools.

Jill said...

Cindy and Meghan are pleased. Knew they would be!
http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalradar/2008/08/people-magazine.html

Ishmael said...

Kudos to you, sir for your foresight and perseverance. I didn't think it was going to happen, but you stuck with your guns. Maybe there'll be a place in the administration for you.

Jay said...

I did not mean that I thought she was a good selection in the sense that I like her policies. I believed that it was a strategically good move for McCain, picking a woman. From what I had heard she was quite moderate on many issues. Ha! I thought that picking a moderate woman as a veep would sway some of the undecided Clinton voters. If she were a guy with the exact same policies, the race would be over, and we can give the key to the White House to Obama. The only reason McCain is getting by picking someone with her policies is because she's woman.

Erin said...

Gallup has Obama at 49% to McCain's 41%; Rasmussen has 49% to 45%. That's well within striking distance with Sarah on the ticket and our convention coming up. I heard ONE person (on Rush this afternoon) saying that they might not vote for McCain because of this pick. I AM seeing people saying they'll vote for him because of the pick. Certainly not scientific, but exciting nonetheless.

LEGOMAN said...

congrats, we deserve a strong position in fed government. put em in there place. She has my (D) VOTE!

Windy said...

Great Job!!

LEGOMAN said...

GREAT JOB, WE DESERVE SOMEONE IN FED. GOVERNMENT TO GEALLY GET THE JOB DONE.. SHE HAS MY (D) VOTE!!!

Snowed In said...

Jay,

That's only because it appears you assume the electorate will think just like you do. If McCain had picked a running mate who wasn't as conservative as Palin (such as, for example, Ridge, Lieberman, or Hutchison), he risked losing the support of a rather skeptical Republican base.

The reason the base is excited is that Palin embodies what it believes, but she isn't so beholden to party identity that she is blinded by it (as so many others on both sides are). No other potential running mate about whom I've read is like that, IMO. And that's why she's a great choice.

loki said...

A month ago was was speakingto my mom about Sarah...my mom is a life long republican. My mom said she wouldn't want a female on the ticket. My mom's sisters, life long dems also said they did not like the choice...at first.

After all 3 watched Sarah give her speech in Dayton, I happy to announce 3 are now firmly in the McCain/Palin camp. They commented on her courage, her toughness without the hillary edge, and overall "likeability". To quote my mom, "I liked her speech...I can now vote for a female VP. Something I thought I would never do."

I have a feeling there are MANY MORE women out there like my mom and aunts who will be supporting McCain because of Sarah Palin.

Snowed In said...

2. Nearly 4 years as a United States Senator serving the State of Illinois (5th most populous state in the United States at just under 13,000,000) where he has sponsored, cosponsored and presented numerous national bills.

Name five bills sponsored by Senator Obama that were actually passed by the Senate. (Hint: there have only been five. In 3½ years.)

Mountain Mama said...

No, Shaggy:

Obama, like other national office holders, didn't take office until Jan., so it's only 3-1/2 years as US Senator, not four. Don't exaggerate.....

And again, he spent the last 2-1/2 years travelling around telling people big fibs: that he actually "reached across the aisle" and "brought people together" while pushing through important bills.

HA! Again, I write: HA!

The facts are that Obama only wants conservatives to give UP and do everything HIS way; that's not "working across the aisle," etc. It's rigidity!

McCain, on the other hand, has initiated VERY important bills and worked with people across the aisle (ie. with Dems) SO much that McCain often infuriated his own party members (uh, like myself a lot of times). McCain-Feingold, etc.----THAT is knowing how to work compromises so as at least to get something decent DONE---and with members of the other party totally involved.

Also----Obama has NEVER, and I mean NEVER cast a vote that was dangerous for him, ie. which went against his party. Didn't you see Obama's stumbling around during the Rick Warren forum, trying to think of some risk he's ever taken? (You know you watched this and you agree with me!) The problem is: HE NEVER TOOK ONE RISK!

It was NO risk for Most-Liberal-Senator to vote against the Iraq War, for example: other liberals are so wimpy that they wished at the time that they, too, could vote against it, but they didn't dare, because their districts wanted otherwise. ALL are wimps!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Finally, Sarah Palin is at the BOTTOM of our ticket, not the extremely-experienced McCain who is at the TOP.

YOU DEMS have the ticket upside down!

But deep in your hearts, you know this already.........

Dennis CB said...

Adam,

Well deserved congratulations for a job very well done. I was watching the blog all night last night and praying that our hopes would come to fruition. I've been following your site for months now (I',m signature 716 on the petition) and this is the first time that I'm actually commenting. I am so happy right now and I haven't been this excited about a candidate since 1984. I think that you have a very bright future and so does Sarah.

God bless you and God Bless Sarah Palin. You did what needed to be done for this great country when it needed it most. Thank you.

Jay said...

It was said that I'm looking at the situation as though everyone had my point of view. I believe you misunderstood my comment. I was talking about Clinton moderates. If Palin were closer to the middle on at least a few key issues, they would be swayed to vote McCain-Palin; now they may stay home or vote for an all female McKinney-Clemente Green Party ticket, vote for Nader-Gonzalez, or simply do what their candidate wants them to do, and vote for Obama-Biden!

CalicoDaisy said...

I saw you on Fox News this evening. Good job! I have never even noticed Sarah Palin before, but I'm quite swept off my feet. I just saw some of her acceptance speech, and she did a marvelous job. Wow, but this gives we republicans a good dose of hope!

wk4christ said...

I loved her acceptance speech! It was fabulous!

Snowed In said...

True, Jay, I may have misunderstood. However, my point was this: if Palin were more moderate, she might attract more Clinton moderates, but that would more than be offset by the number of conservatives she might lose.

If McCain had picked Lieberman, for example, I was ready to push the button for Bob Barr, myself.

Erin said...

I am SO tired of hearing "a heartbeat away from the presidency." So shouldn't that be drawing attention to the Dem's less-than-a-heartbeat away? Ugh.

blog said...

I'm like poster Loki's mom: I wasn't voting for no woman, and certainly not a woman whom I've never heard of before.

But after hearing her speech this morning, I too have changed my mind completely! I like Sarah Palin and she certainly gives a different look to McCain's campaign and makes this race very exciting now!

Now, if this will help McCain is the question.

Found your site from a poster Sheri on the Talk Wisdom blog.

Congrats to you and hope to catch you on the tube!

Carlotta from Christocentric

torilvr100 said...

I find ti fascinating that the Democrats want to now argue she's not experienced enough to be Vice President when she has more experience than their nominee for President!!! Unbelievable!!

Paul said...

Media is falling into the trap we already saw and set...

They keep saying "Does she have the experience and ability to be CIF"...

As a Conservative male seeing her principles and what she's overcome, the answer is YES!

I think that as a woman hearing this question by a stuck up washington guy - the answer is "WTF YOU SEXIST! HELL YES SHE DOES!"

VoteNovember2008 said...

Congratulations Governor Palin, I am female and have spoken with many female Republicans today that are immensely excited to see a female take charge and move forward. Don't let the Dems and the media get the best of you. Stand strong, keep the faith! We are praying for you! Hugs, VN8

Mountain Mama said...

Paul and Erin:

YOU ARE SO COOL!---and right.

happyinWAstate said...

GOOD JOB ADAM!!! Excellent perseverance on your part. This campaign needs to HIRE YOU for the duration, and thereafter! I bet you get a call from her.
CONGRATULATIONS on your hard work paying off BIG TIME. Well done.

Bob said...

Well, first I want to say that I was one of the pessimists. I figured the investigation did her in. Yet I kept coming back to this site because i kept hoping. Last night was one of the weirdest most exciting things I've seen to see it all go down. I just want to thank you all for hanging in there. And especially Ted. You were always positive. You kept it going. Great work to Adam and wow isnt this great. But, now the real work has to start. Getting them in. The msm has started their crap already. We need to refine this site to a get mccain/palin elected site. And fast. We should make sure and keep the msm on their toes. Lets toss ideas in the next few days. WOW!

Mountain Mama said...

Yes, we need to plan ahead to help in the future.

Adam, what is going on with the Task Force Palin plan?
( tfp.palinforamerica.com )
Maybe that website can help plan for a Palin Presidential run for 2012? (Or are we wrong to assume that McCain won't run again? I guess he'd be a lame duck if he promised that, right?)

Brandi said...

Congrats! I can't wait to read more about Sarah. I'm thrilled to have such a pro-adoption, pro-life ticket that celebrates life at all levels!

Thanks for all your hard work!

Brandi

Parentalcation said...

In response to all those with "experience" questions, here is a primer...

Palin as Major of a Small Town

- elected by people who looked her in the eye

- executive experience equivalent to that of a CEO of a medium size company

- responsible for day to day operations in a city that was going through astounding growth and that is located in Alaska

- made budget decisions

Obama as Community Organizer

- elected by nobody

- no executive experience

- responsible for organizing street marches in a windy city

- made office supply purchase decisions

Thats before even comparing being a governor to a senator.

Signed an Airman in Alaska (and first time Republican voter)

Nathan said...

Here is a link to her acceptance speech earlier today.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSlWHmB5YI8

Jill said...

For those who noticed my posts about the bio on Sarah doing better by the hour at Amazon, it's now up to the top 40!

Erin said...

Bob! Last night's little ray of sunshine! :D I'm glad you're happy with the outcome. I agree with you that we need to work hard to keep the momentum going. I was afraid McCain would lose it with the DNC, but I think the Palin pick was the perfect move to counter it. I can't wait to see some polling.

Anyhoo, all of that to say, let's see what Task Force Palin had in mind when they said they'd be up to something regardless of who got the VP nod.

Michael said...

We Want More Bush!

http://www.supercruil.com/images/wewantmorebush.jpg

Dave H. said...

It is just amazing how all these liberal attack dogs who didn't know who Sarah Palin even was 7 hours ago are all now experts on her competence and experience.
As a former Alaskan, I can tell you libs that you're greatly mis-informed of the complexities of the job of being Governor of Alaska. Spouting the low population of the state when you speak about it only shows your ignorance of Alaska and it's complicated politics.
Alaska is a vast state 2700 miles wide and 1400 miles tall with 1/3 the shoreline of our entire country. It has over a million lakes, over 100,000 glaciers, it borders 2 foreign countries, has 229 Indian and native tribes who the government has to deal with, has America's main fishing industry with all the regulation involved, is a huge mining state, and is America's oil and natural gas capital.
The state has one of the largest Homeland Security response centers which is run in conjunction with the Governor and state gov't.
Alaska also has 3 army bases, 3 air force bases, and 5 coast guard bases.
All this with rough roads that need constant re-building, hundreds of remote villages that require schools, health care, affordable fuel and transportation.
Then consider the special interest lobbies that represent all these interests and their influence on politicians.
If any of you think running Alaska is like running a city the size of Austin (like a CNN host just said), you are grossly non-informed.
This lady is a dynamo, a reformer, and an amazingly talented leader. Anyone who is running against her who doesn't realize it will join the long list of former political foes laid to rest along the wayside.

Parentalcation said...

I know, I know, "Mayor" not "Major".

TrueRedHead said...

Adam, you've secured your place in history for sure. We are all proud of you.

Ted - while you sometimes seemed a bit "over-the-top", yours have always been among my favorite comments here because I've always believed in the power of positive thinking.

I'm so glad to have been a (small) part of this victorious day. Just think, all of us who signed that petition may someday see our names in the Sarah Palin Presidential Library!

blogball said...

Way to go Adam, I just heard you with my favorite talk show host Larry Elder. You did a great job.

Go Sarah!

Conservative Hawk said...

Adam, you did a GREAT job and it was nice to finally see you. I was elated to see someone so young touting the conservative values of someone like Sarah Palin. GREAT JOB and keep up the great work.

The Conservative Hawk

wk4christ said...

I know Palin will be President someday! In the meantime, she's gonna be an amazing VP!!!!!! Praise God for her!!!

Tim said...

Wow, u must feel like a million bucks! I know I am energized by Palin as VP.
For the first time I've begun thinking of going door to door for a presidential campaign.
Go McCain/Palin!!!!!!

Rich Swier said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bi_uYS3bTI

President Palin

Brandi said...

Wow, Dave, thanks for the informative comment. I hope to hear you on a radio or tv show soon. That's great information. Alaska seems to be a great training ground for our nation!

Brandi

Nathan said...

Great job on Fox interview Adam

Here is the clip
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSbOfH4jSyI

Mountain Mama said...

Wow, Dave H.! You give us key facts that show how significant are Palin's accomplishments.

Take THAT, Obamamaniacs!

Casey said...

I always heard that University of Colorado had the best drugs, and now I believe it.

mikemcghie said...

I am so excited!!! I live in Fairbanks Alaska and Gov Palin is a fantastic woman and has helped us so much. I am proud of her for what she has done and what she will do as VP of the United States.

Go McCain/Palin 2008

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Mountain Mama said...

Nauseated:

No, you're nauseous: you make other people feel sick.

Also, you must BE sick, to write such a wicked bunch of words about any woman, much less about Cindy McCain and Sarah Palin. Go get some help, you bitter person!

Mountain Mama said...

Dave H.:

Say, how about sending your wonderful post, with your fantastically detailed information about the scope of Gov. Palin's work in ginormous Alaska, to every pundit, and every network, okay?

You deserve KUDOS for gathering all those facts to help us better appreciate Palin's work!

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J M said...

Congratulations! I saw you on Fox today, I didn't know of Gov. Palin until a few days ago and your website until today. What a great amount of research you and the others have done and you were right on the money! She is ELECTRIFYING!

I saw her speech today when John McCain introduced her and I must admit I welled up with pride and had tears in my eyes. As a woman I couldn't understand why women were so emotional about Hillary. Obviously, that was because I don't agree with her politics and views of the world.

As an Illinoisan all I have to say is DEFEAT Obama/Biden. I am so sick of NoBama and his rhetoric.

Rob said...

Casey: that's CU-Boulder, the main campus.

Adam, are any of your TV appearances up on the Internet anywhere? I'd be interested to watch.

liz said...

Adam, I'm feeling so fantastic about the McCain/Palin ticket---I can't imagine how you must feel! So much credit goes to you, and especially your unwavering optimism right until the end.I am hoping you can link the videos of your TV interviews on here, so we can put a face with your name.Thanks for all your work, and keeping me hopeful!

McQ12 said...

d all that have helped

Thank you for doing our nation proud.

Very nice site.
I have to admit I didn't know who Mrs Pelin was. Now I have researched much and I will be happy to give her and Mr McCain my vote.

Thanks again keep up the terrific work

rosario said...

so much fuzz and buzz for the "experience factor.."hold back your horses and look around better and while you are there see who has had the better judgement to use the very same quality pushed forward as essential these days, at least Palin does not befriend political figures that lie under oath,and shady figures of all sorts,this is what I call judgement.