Wow! Congratulations Sarah Palin for the best speech I have heard in a very long time.
The tears of the audience members, the repeated standing ovations, the brilliant humor interjected towards Obama and Biden topped off with her incredible poise and comfort of the stage and microphone, Sarah Palin’s success with her first official speech has been appropriately measured.
Another way of measuring the success of her effectiveness is the measure of the immediate reactions of those not-so-happy with Palin’s wit and zeal.
1.) A former Clinton mouthpiece on Fox News stated that Palin was effective, gave a great speech, but minimized it by stating that it was because our expectations were low. Well, he had to say something I suppose.
2.) Just minutes after, Steve Quinn of the Associated Press released this new article “revealing” that e-mails Palin had written in connection with the firing of a police office who used to be married to her sister had been released. Yet, all the e-mails prove is that Palin was furious that a man with a gun who had threatened to kill their father had not had a thorough investigation. Nowhere did the e-mails threaten anyone else’s positions. But for some reason, they felt “pressured” to fire the officer.
Well, I have to say, Democrats are surely throwing a tantrum tonight. Sarah Palin reached out tonight to the core of the Republican party; and most imporantly, to the core of America.
It’s going to be fun watching the media try and attack her. Let’s track how many times we hear about Palin’s e-mails regarding the investigation of a police officer who threatened her father versus a sheisty land deal Obama struck with slumlord, Tony Rezko.
As Palin stated, she isn’t going to Washington to please the media. She’s going for the better of America. So be prepared for more of this type of massive hype over nothing.