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My Favorite Sarah Palin Moment Is Her RNC Debut

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on August 29, 2009

There are so many special Sarah Palin moments that it is hard to choose just one. But if I had to choose, I think that I would choose her debut at the 2008 Republican convention. There she wowed 40 million viewers as she gave one of the most powerful political speeches on record.

Other than her superb performance, what was so special about then Governor Palin’s RNC speech was the confidence she displayed in the face of a liberal media feeding frenzy that tried to discredit her practically from the moment she was announced as John McCain’s running mate. Vicious rumors were swirling on the Internet, but Sarah Palin did not flinch.

Instead, she strode gracefully and confidently onto the platform and delivered one of the best political speeches of our lifetime. She masterfully delivered her speech with wit and humor. Even the malfunction of her teleprompter did not cause her to skip a beat. Who can ever forget her statement that the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull is “lipstick”!

Afterwards, her beautiful family joined her on the stage along with the McCain clan. That was a memorable moment also. Little did anyone know then how viciously she and her family would be attacked over the months ahead and that these attacks would eventually lead to her resignation as governor.

But Sarah Palin’s resignation as governor was not an end in itself but the launch of a greater role in the affairs of our country. She has stepped forward as a voice of opposition to efforts to dismantle our government and take away our freedoms. Sarah Palin is here to stay, and Sarah Palin supporters all over cannot wait to call her Madame President!

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2 Responses to “My Favorite Sarah Palin Moment Is Her RNC Debut”

  1. […] people, however, her introduction to the nation came five days later in a speech watched by over 40 million Americans. In my opinion and without qualification, her dazzling RNC speech was the best speech I have ever […]

  2. Dan Rowley said

    Palin sure has my vote if we can squeeze through another 3 1/2 years of Oboma who I believe has designs as to how to go about staying our president through crisis or whatever. I never trusted him and I had the same inner feelings about snake tougue
    Bill Clinton. If we do get through this dictators term he will definately be the lame duck.
    I hope Sarah runs.

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