Sarah Palin Two Days with No Lipstick

Governor Sarah Palin and Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell greet picnickers at the Governor's 2008 Annual Picnic in Anchorage.

Governor Sarah Palin and Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell greet picnickers at the Governor's 2008 Annual Picnic in Anchorage.

September 11, 2008
Thats a damn fine pig, lipstick or not.
Sarah Palin returned home to Alaska Wednesday for the first time since being choosen by Senator John McCain.

She received thunderous applause from a group of warm Alaskan supporters from the frigid State.
“It’s going to be awesome to spend a couple of days back here, getting in touch with all my friends,” Sarah said as cheers inside an aviation hangar near Fairbanks International Airport echoed off the concrete walls.

“John McCain,” Palin said, “is a maverick of the Senate riding to the White House” Palin said as she she spoke of John McCain’s
senate record of bucking the system and his prisoner-of-war past.

Governor Palin took on the oil companies and cited the fact that her actions had facilitated Alaska’s residents being able to share in the rich resources of their home state through the Alaska PFD Fund. She also voiced the fact that their States vast resources were proof that the country should use its own natural resources.

“Everywhere we go, they’re chanting, ‘Drill, baby, drill,” Palin said.

Many Christian conservatives had turned out for her arrival, as Palin praised “this great land of Alaska that God has so richly blessed.”

Palin arrived with her husband, Todd, whom she called “the first dude,” Piper, Willow and infant son Trig exited the McCain-Palin campaign jet . A college band played, confetti flew and chants of “Sarah! Sarah! Sarah!” came from the crowd of people that had assembled to hear her speak again. This time not just as Sarah but as the next vice president of the United States of America.

Quotes from some attendees of the homecomming….

“This is our girl!” enthused Dory Powell, 67, a retired college purchasing agent.
“She’s brought the Republican Party to life.” She called Palin’s addition to the
ticket a “win-win situation for Alaska. If she wins, we get her in the White House,
and if she loses, well, we get her back home here with us.”

Ronetta O’Connor, a Fairbanks homemaker, had her two daughters, MacKenzie, 8, and Keira, 2, in tow. “We wanted my girls to see a little bit of history,” O’Connor said.

Matt Carter, a 46-year-old mechanic who works two-week shifts on the oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, took advantage of his down time to drive from his home in North Pole, a town outside Fairbanks. “I watched her at the Republican convention on TV and I had the biggest swell of pride since I heard [Ronald] Reagan speak,” said Carter, a registered independent.

John Strong, 58, an Alaska Airlines worker, said he was already convinced by Palin’s energy stance — impressed by her ability to wring more pipeline revenue for Alaska from the major oil companies: “Lookit, if she can twist Big Oil’s tail, she can do anything.”

The interview everyone’s been waiting on, Sarah Palin Sits Down With ABC News’ Charlie Gibson tonight. I’m already sitting on the edge of my seat.

P.S. Lipstick on a pig new definition: Super hot, sexy Alaskan Mom.

Have you noticed Barack Obama is studdering more this week.
Ken Maddox of


~ by Leonidas on September 11, 2008.

One Response to “Sarah Palin Two Days with No Lipstick”

  1. She would be ok – if she tolded the truth. Don’t haver much respect for people who lies – if you can’t tell the truth don’t say anything at all. Will her husband be running the VP office like he does the Governor’s office?

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