Governor Palin Stumps for Senator McCain (Video Included)

Friday, March 26, 2010

Senator John McCain introduced Governor Sarah Palin to the national political stage on August 29, 2008 in Dayton, Ohio when he tapped her to be his running mate. One might say he put her on the map, although she was already serving, governing, and reforming in the state of Alaska with an exemplary approval rating. Much has happened since then. Today, upon the request of the senator, she introduced him in Arizona when she stumped for him in his quest to hold on to his Senate seat.

Governor Palin did exactly what she did during the presidential campaign: she drew a huge crowd, she praised John McCain, and she energized the American people.

During her speech today, she also took on the recent bogus accusations that tea partiers are advocating violence. She distilled this nonsense to "bs coming from the lamestream media." You betcha! Just more of the same Left wing tactics--which will not work.

Watch the video clip below:


Hefmier March 26, 2010 at 11:50 PM  

She gave a great speech!! Really enjoyed the humor. |^D What a virtuous woman to stump for John McCain, even though many conservatives are upset about it.
I am looking forward to the Searchlight speech. That should be very exciting.

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