Thursday, January 8, 2009

Sarah Palin and John Ziegler

She's a nice person. And a smart person.....and savvy. Here's a good interview with Ziegler. Take a look........Sarah, without the political machine behind her is better than with the machine behind her. Much. I believe this is why conservatives and others found her fascinating and exciting. She's America, folks. I love this girl.



DaBlade said...

DaBlade ALSO. She IS the real deal. Neither Katie Couric, Charley Gibson, nor Tina Fey are fit to field dress her moose.

cube said...

Thanks to, this video made the rounds at my blog as well.

Palin comes off as an honest politician... a rare commodity indeed.

Z said...

Good one, DaBlade!
They need a BLADE to field dress, no?! I have a feeling you won't help!

Cube...BigHollywood's really caught on and it's 3 days old! Orson Bean wrote a good article...the archives got messed up but you can put his name in the bar and you should get his piece...enjoy!

Z said...

Here's Orson's link.

(((Thought Criminal))) said...

I hope the documentary will cover the media's inattention to detail on Palin being cleared of wrongdoing in that ethics investigation.

When the Reader's Digest version of the Branchflower Report basically says "Sarah Palin may fire the people she hires, but if the laws were changed and reworded to read a different way her perfectly legal actions could be a crime," you begin to see just how much fear was behind the anti-Palin noise machine to have even made anything of that opportunistic witchhunt by the Obama campaign, er, the media.

Apologies and retractions on page nothing, I suppose.

Papa Frank said...

Good thing they kept government out of the hands of the common folk once again. The elites are doing such a great job. So glad we have them.

Brooke said...

Palin is the real deal.

If she runs in the future, I hope she tells her handlers just where they can spend their time and she does what she does best!

Z said...

Beamish, you bet..Bigger fear than they've shown EVER, in my opinion.
LIke a cross to a vampire as I've said since I first heard of her nomination and wooped it up that morning....I'd heard about HER and hoped and hoped, heard it was a no-deal, then woke up to the great, was that a day!

And MAN, did the media go into OVERDRIVE trying to squash her..they did a pretty good job. The elitists always know better than the average American, dontcha know (not)

Brooke...she really is the 'real deal' and I think she'd kick the machine to kingdom come were she to run again. You know she did that the last few weeks and her numbers went WAY up again.

Karen Townsend said...

She's the real deal, that's for sure. If the media swells had a conscience, they'd be ashamed of themselves.

Mike said...

I can't believe how many times I've read or heard liberals mocking the "I can see Russia from my house" line, as if Sarah Palin actually said it. (Tina Fey actually said that line, by the way)

The media not only misinformed the American people about Palin, but (intentionally?) did not make corrections to their errors.

Mike said...

My last post made it seem like I consider SNL as part of "the media". This was unintentional. It is unfortunate, however, that some people appear to believe that a quote from an SNL skit is a real quote. It shows how misguided some people are. And the media doesn't try very hard to correct people's misconceptions...unless it fits their agenda, of course.

Anonymous said...

It's nice to see Sarah Palin again. I've missed her. She's so genuine and refreshing.

The best quality she has is her candor. There is no way you'd listen to her for two years and wonder who she really is, or what her core values are.


Z said...

Karen..BIG 'if'!

As Beamish said.."Ya, on page NOTHING"

Z said...

Pris...that's what caught 'real'...bright and she cares.

Oh, my GOSH..A politician who CARES?!

CJ said...

M.A., she did actually say something very close to that though:

GIBSON: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?

PALIN: They're our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.

It didn't work for an answer in a national interview by a hostile interviewer, but she was trying to get at the fact that Alaska is in fact geographically very close to Russia, requiring Alaskan awareness of its proximity, and given time to develop her thought I'm sure it would have gone beyond the silly idea Gibson and Fey made of it.

Too often her friendly folksiness is misused against her.

Ducky's here said...

I hope she keeps talking. If this is what the Republican Party has to offer then they are marginalized for a long time.

Sarah Palin -- careful what you wish for.

Z said...

Ducky..WE GET IT. You'll NEVER understand a woman that bright and good.

WE GET IT. Thanks.