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29 August 2008

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Martin

George,

You are a MASTER. This is great one. Our Shiva and Sonja felines will gladly donate their daily ration of breakfast and dinner kibble to your adopted Sarah. Go Sarah!

Martin

Russell Steele

Congratulation, you all are too cute for words. Go Sarah!

Ellen

George,

Enjoyed all your blogs this week, especially today's. Give Sarah a cuddle for us. She is a pretty little one. Lots of purring, and warm curled up kitten.

Ellen

Julianne McDaniel

This is my first comment to a blog ever. I just needed to share my excitement. I have never been so proud of my country. I just watched Gov Sarah on CNBC with my husband. She is so smart. With the exception of her ability to speak so well, she is a normal American, not a politician. From what I have seen already Gov. Sarah is a role model (where Michele and Hillary were not) that I will encourage my daughters to mimic.
Julianne "too excited to sleep" McDaniel

Mikey  McDaniel

I went from a reluctant voter to a voter that would post a sign in my front yard in favor of Sarah! Not sense Ron Paul threw his hat in the ring have I been so excited. BTW, we recently returned from a dinner party. The nominee of Sarah was the Buzz. The nominee was described as "a brilliant choice", "impressive", "the difference", "smokin' hot." Having heard her speak again tonight, holy cow, she is the straw that broke BO's back! I literally got goose bumps reading your post this evening, well done George.

The Mcd's gladly welcome both Sarah and Sarah into our life.

Mikey  McDaniel

Let the record show: It was Sarah Palin (thank you John McCain) that brought hope and change into our house.

Russell Steele

Ellen and I have been talking about Sarah Palin's new role in life most of the day, checking blogs and observing videos, some of which were recorded before Sarah Palin's selection as GOP VP. She comes across as one smart lady, who has here head screwed, is tough and very conservative. Check out the People interview with Sarah/Todd/John/Cindy. I fell out of my chair when Todd answered this question:
PEOPLE: Mr. Palin, what does Sen. McCain need to know about working with your wife?
TODD PALIN: She's a hard worker and she's not wired normal. (Laughter), and then this
SARAH PALIN: Morning person. Yup. We don't sleep much. Too much to do. What I've had to do, though, is in the middle of the night, put down the BlackBerries and pick up the breast pump. Do a couple of things different and still get it all done. More than one Blackberry! She is not wired normal! But, she is as American as apple pie, as is the favorite food at the Palin household. "Our favorite is moose hot dogs, caribou hot dogs. We get caribou, get 'em ground up and put them into hot dogs. They're Polish, said Todd in People. Todd gave up a hunting trip this weekend to be Mr Dad, while Sara campaigns with McCain. I could never vote for McCain, but I could vote for McCain/Palin.

Mikey  McDaniel

The stakes are high. BO has promised change (with no specifics) and may puppeteer a socialist house/senate too. A great warning in the WSJ of what this "team" will mean for us liberty lovin' taxpayers:
"... a united president and Congress can, as a practical matter, do all or any of the following (plus much more): take your money and give it to someone else; tell businesses what to produce and sell, who to hire and what wages to pay; set all commodity, wholesale and retail prices; control all energy supplies, communication networks and financial markets; replace all private health-care with a government system; prescribe the curriculum for all schools; determine which students get a slot in elite universities; diminish political and other speech; and enroll all citizens above the age of 17 either in the military or in civilian corps for periodic instruction and service. Children could be required to spend the summer in government "youth" camps."

Big Government
Is a High-Stakes Affair
By ERNEST S. CHRISTIAN and BILL FRENZEL
August 30, 2008; Page A9

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