Incase you missed it last night – here’s Sarah Palin’s speech in its entirety.  She rocked!

I also enjoyed Mike Huckabee’s speech to the GOP Convention which came earlier in the evening.

Source: GOP Convention Website

26 comments
  1. Slightly off topic– another blogfriend of mine asked me what I thought about the “problem” Gov. Palin has with Evangelicals– I hadn’t heard a blessed thing about such a problem.

    Have you heard anything?

    Foxfiers last blog post..So CUTE!

  2. Slightly off topic– another blogfriend of mine asked me what I thought about the “problem” Gov. Palin has with Evangelicals– I hadn’t heard a blessed thing about such a problem.

    Have you heard anything?

    Foxfiers last blog post..So CUTE!

  3. Slightly off topic– another blogfriend of mine asked me what I thought about the “problem” Gov. Palin has with Evangelicals– I hadn’t heard a blessed thing about such a problem.

    Have you heard anything?

    Foxfiers last blog post..So CUTE!

  4. @Nephos – yeah I saw that when I was “twittering” the speech. Pretty sad. It was a solid speech.

    @Foxfier – not that I’ve heard of. Every evangelical leader I listen to have been impressed with her pick. If there is something out there floating around it certainly isn’t mainstream. Most people I talk to are thrilled with her.

  5. @Nephos – yeah I saw that when I was “twittering” the speech. Pretty sad. It was a solid speech.

    @Foxfier – not that I’ve heard of. Every evangelical leader I listen to have been impressed with her pick. If there is something out there floating around it certainly isn’t mainstream. Most people I talk to are thrilled with her.

  6. @Nephos – yeah I saw that when I was “twittering” the speech. Pretty sad. It was a solid speech.

    @Foxfier – not that I’ve heard of. Every evangelical leader I listen to have been impressed with her pick. If there is something out there floating around it certainly isn’t mainstream. Most people I talk to are thrilled with her.

  7. @Nephos – yeah I saw that when I was “twittering” the speech. Pretty sad. It was a solid speech.

    @Foxfier – not that I’ve heard of. Every evangelical leader I listen to have been impressed with her pick. If there is something out there floating around it certainly isn’t mainstream. Most people I talk to are thrilled with her.

  8. I think the “problem” was that she used her first veto as govenor to stop ligislation that would have stopped same sex couples from receiving employment benefits. Wikipedia gives the impression that she is wishy washy on this issue. She isn’t. There is an article posted on Steave Deace’s website that describes what really happened. Basically the legislation proposed wasn’t legal so she vetoed. Loved how the media turned that one as well.

  9. I think the “problem” was that she used her first veto as govenor to stop ligislation that would have stopped same sex couples from receiving employment benefits. Wikipedia gives the impression that she is wishy washy on this issue. She isn’t. There is an article posted on Steave Deace’s website that describes what really happened. Basically the legislation proposed wasn’t legal so she vetoed. Loved how the media turned that one as well.

  10. I think the “problem” was that she used her first veto as govenor to stop ligislation that would have stopped same sex couples from receiving employment benefits. Wikipedia gives the impression that she is wishy washy on this issue. She isn’t. There is an article posted on Steave Deace’s website that describes what really happened. Basically the legislation proposed wasn’t legal so she vetoed. Loved how the media turned that one as well.

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