Thursday, September 04, 2008

Sarah Palin

Eloquent.
Excellent.
On Fire.
Tiger.
Funny.
Charming.
Engaging.
Barracuda.
Articulate.
Persuasive.
Powerful.
Outstanding.
Brilliant.
Exceptional.
Relevant.
Intelligent.
Superb.
Witty.
Delightful.
Attractive.
Direct.
Charismatic.
Fascinating.
Appealing.
Winning.
Influential.
Convincing.
Believable.
Credible.
Relatable.
Next Vice President.

Those are just a few words that come to mind with regards to Sarah Palin...
If you missed the speech... go HERE and listen to it. It will blow your socks off. then come back and let me know what you think -- good or bad -- just keep it clean, and civil please.

Now, I just have one, burning, urgent question... One that needs to be asked, and I'm sure many women have thought it, but haven't had the courage to ask it for fear they may be politically incorrect. No worries. I will take on those tough, dicey questions.

Could some one please... PLEASE ... tell me ... for the love of everything good and fashionable ... PLEASE tell me HOW she does her hair?!? I LOVE it. I must do my hair like that. Both the way she wore it last night, and the way she wore it last week at her announcement speech.

I really need to know. REALLY need to know. Don't you?

I wonder if Bill O'Reilly could ask her? Because I just need the NO SPIN ZONE answer on hair fashion.

Anyone?? Anyone??

Also... did anyone else think that Sarah Palin's youngest daughter, Piper, is just the cutest thing ever??? Did anyone catch the shot of her holding Trig and licking her fingers to smooth his hair out? Or the adorable way she just waved, and waved, and beamed both in her seat and on stage??? So cute. She "had me" at the wave.

FYI: Tonight on the O'Reilly Factor, Obama will be interviewed -- 8:00 p.m. -- Fox News -- Don't miss it!!

Bill O'Reilly has put out a statement acknowledging that it may be somewhat inappropriate to air the interview right before McCain takes the stage, but also stated that it may be his only chance at an interview with Obama. Let me just say ... I WILL be tuned in. AND... I hope O'Reilly has the courage to ask the tough questions and NOT back down. This should be really, REALLY good.


Edited to add: Thank you, Anonymous, for the comment you left about Amy's comment. I was taken "aback" by her comment, and didn't really know how to respond. When it comes to politics, I'm pretty certain that not everyone will necessarily agree with every little minute detail that your party's candidates stand for... and I'd go as far to say that she may not have had anything to do with putting that into place. I'm always open for political discussions, but this is a FAMILY FRIENDLY blog, and that comment could have been shared off-line.

One more thing: I'm pretty sure no one wants that to happen to any of their kids. I think that goes without saying.

14 comments:

Sandy said...

Great post. "Tiger" is fitting.

Piper had the "wave" down, didn't she? LOL.

Sandy

:..Rebekah..: said...

Hello! I came over to visit from Sandy's blog. I've never been interested in politics, but this election has caught my attention. After watching Sarah Palin last night I'm actually excited, and I've NEVER been excited about politics before. I wish I could help you with the hair question but mine is short, so I have no idea. Anyway, I've enjoyed visiting your blog. God bless!

Susanne said...

Even I, a Canadian, watched her speech last night because I was curious because of all the broohaha going on about her. My favorite part was when she took direct aim at the reporters. I almost felt like standing up and cheering. (Now I hope our election, which will probably be called for this fall, is as exciting and momentous.)

Her little girl giving the baby's head a spit shine just cracked us right up!

Joe, Jami, and Joey said...

I loved her hair too!! So pretty... much better than mine... straight and in a pony tail 24/7/360 (yes, 360... I do wear it down once in a rare blue moon! haha) And yes, Piper was so adorable. That just melted my heart, watching her smooth his hair out!! Hope you are doing well. Jami

Kim said...

I recently found your blog.... love it! I too wondered about her hair.?.? Beautiful. And, like Susanne said ~ the spit shine was too cute!

LvlyRita said...

Thanks for this post. I've been trying to think how to put my appreciation for Sarah Palin into words, you nailed it.

When she started into "her opponent" I was very impressed by her bravery to speak like that. I started praying a "hedge of protection" around her and the family right away.

Seems like the men are really excited about her too. David liked her right away, whereas I wanted to learn about her first.

Here's praying the country sees what we do!

Ginger said...

Was real down with our picks this year untill i heard and saw mc cain am raising some cain for Sarah
{alin and shouting there a winning team am voting for them also am one of those who waitted to see !
hugs ginger

Laurel Wreath said...

You crack me up, I have an email I am going to forward to you. I think you will like it.

And yes I agree about the hair. Of course Mom calls me and says, "honey I think Sara looks a little like you." And I got off the phone and said "I wish Mom I wish...


Blessings.

Anonymous said...

I too am excited about this election. Sarah is an inspiration for the country and I think that is what we need right now. We all know the country cannot be turned around in 4 years, it would take 100+ Sarah Palins to do that kind of work. But, she can give the country a serious uplift and for that I am excited and grateful.
Paula

Shalee said...

I know how she did her hair:

She had someone else do it for her! There, doesn't that make you feel better knowing how it was done?!

I thought she was spot on and I love how all that the Dems can say about her is that she "didn't mention middle income." Yeah, she may not have said those words, but she talked about me and my people throughout the speech. They're grasping at straws...

Oh and does anyone else notice how the media is comparing Obama with Palin? Hello, what does that say about him when he can't measure up to McCain's VP?! I'm just sayin'...

Also, did you also notice that Obama acknowledged that war is actually being won? I bet they won't let him go into an interview without a bubble now. He can't answer well for the Democrats view unless he has the questions edited, just like Michelle Obama did when she went on the View. She gave a long list about what couldn't be broached in the interview.

Oh, and Cindy McCain went on the same show with nary a condition. Tell me who's being more honest and upfront now...

Tammy and Parker said...

You took the words right out of my mouth. :D

Anonymous said...

I LOVE Sarah Palin! LOVED her speech LOVE her children, husband, family. She totally energized and the Repub's!!! I vote independent but I am conser. Her youngest daughter is just too cute! Oh my goodness cute!
So glad you have this post!
The media is so bias so tired of it all. So I always tune in to Fox News and Sean Hannity.

Go Sarah!!!!!!!!!!!

Amy said...

Is this truly the leader you want?
Did you know that while Sarah Palin was serving as the Mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, the city charged victims of sexual assault between $300 and $1200 for their own rape kits. A rape kit is a sexual assault forensic evidence kit, used to collect DNA that can be used in criminal proceedings to assist in the conviction of those who commit sex crimes. The kit is performed as soon as possible after a sexual assault or attack has been committed. It is usually humiliating and uncomfortable for the victim–imagine enduring that and then paying $1200 just so that the criminal who assaulted you might be caught.

I pray you or your daughters (or sons) are never raped under this possible regime.

Anonymous said...

Amy:
Really? Did that have to be said? I mean, thanks for the info about the rape kits and all (something that Sarah my not have had a lot of control over anyways), but did you really have to say something so chillingly nasty as
"I pray you and your daughters never get raped under this regime."

It's ok to disagree about Sarah Palin, just don't make it so personal. That was low.