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Archive for July 12th, 2011

Pre-Purchase ‘The Undefeated’ Tickets

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 12, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –

The Undefeated, the documentary about Governor Palin’s entrance into politics, her accomplishments, and her qualifications, premieres in 10 cities this Friday, July 15th–only three days from today. Have you taken the challenge yet?

If you’re planning to see the movie–and surely you are–consider purchasing your tickets early. Many people don’t pre-purchase movie tickets; they simply show up. However, there are many benefits for taking this pre-purchase approach with The Undefeated. This film has received glowing reviews, and every individual who wants to know who Governor Palin really is, free from the media bias, lies, and refusals to report the truth, should seek to be there. That said, there is no guarantee that tickets will be available for walk-in movie-goers. To reserve your place, order your tickets early.

Don’t just go alone or with other supporters, either. Also go with people who don’t know much about the Governor, those who are on the fence about her, and even those who profess to despise her. This film has turned many a skeptic into a believer already. There’s something about the truth that has the power to set people free. So why not purchase tickets, give them out to your friends, and watch minds be changed?

Again, here’s where you can see The Undefeated:

AMC Theatres – Grapevine Mills 30
3150 Grapevine Mills Parkway
Grapevine, TX 76051

AMC Highlands Ranch 24
103 W Centennial Blvd
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

AMC Theatres – Quail Springs Mall 24
2501 West Memorial Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

AMC Loews Theatres – Universal Cineplex 20
6000 Universal Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819

AMC Theatres – Barrett Commons 24
2600 Cobb Place Lane Northwest
Kennesaw, GA 30144-6872

AMC Theatres – The Block 30
20 City Blvd. West
Orange, CA 92868-3100

AMC Theatres – Ahwatukee 24
4915 East Ray Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85044

AMC Theatres – Gulf Pointe 30
11801 S Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Houston, TX 77089-4765

AMC Showplace 17
4325 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46217

AMC Theatres – Independence Commons 20
19200 East 39th St.
Independence, MO 64057

Buy tickets here today. If your city isn’t on the list, vote here to have it come to your area.

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Sarah Palin is Too Good Looking For Liberals

Posted by reagantman on July 12, 2011

from Patrick’s World USA

Jonathan Capehart at the Washington Post thinks “being dressed like that” is not presidential. He says people don’t want to see the president in Maxim Magazine or voted “Sexiest Woman Alive.” Sarah Palin is dressed casually in a photoshoot for Newsweek. There is nothing provocative about the clothing or the way she’s dressed. The real problem for liberals is that she is too good looking for them in those clothes.

It represents the very heart of Palin Derangement Syndrome. For the last three years, they have been trying to hide a daffodil in a sea of written weeds. I’m not just talking about her looks. Her political philosophy and her record of accomplishment are stellar, so the Left has to hide that by creating the illusion that they’re not. This is no different than their attempt to either play down her looks by saying “ew, look at the clothes she’s wearing” or to play up her looks and say that someone who would wear the type of running outfit she wore for Runner’s World is too pin-up for the presidency.

Matt Lewis at the Daily Caller adds to this by pointing out that the issue of her attire is also born out of a snobbish DC elitism.

How much of this might have to do with the disconnect DC denizens have when it comes to judging people from more rugged regions, such as Alaska? Real people don’t always wear blazers.

I also wonder if there might be a double standard here. Is the fact that Palin isn’t donning a traditional ladies’ pantsuit any different than male politicians who pose sans business suit? Jon Huntsman, for example, walks around in cords and jean jackets — and people seem to think it’s endearing…

Billy Hallowell at The Blaze also takes issue with Capehart’s article. It’s flat out sexist.

It‘s interesting to see such criticism of a potential presidential candidate’s clothing, considering the praise President Obama has received for his shirtless escapades on the beach. President Bush, too, was known for occasionally sporting “plain folks’” clothing. Is there a difference, here, perhaps due to the fact that Palin is a woman?

It’s obvious that the Left breaks into night sweats and trembles with constant fear at the mere thought of Sarah Palin being president. Good for them. Now they understand what the rest of America feels when they think about Barack Obama and how he is destroying our economy, ruining our healthcare system and running amok abroad.

The problem is the angst about Palin is an irrational fear based on contrived misperceptions. The reality is the angst about Obama is real, felt by everyday people who are sending resumes looking for jobs and worrying about their children’s futures as massive debt is piled on.

If Sarah Palin was as big of an idiot and detriment to the United States as liberals make her out to be, she’d be Barack Obama.

Liberalism lives for strife and suffering so its proponents can complain about it and use it as a reason to advance a collectivist agenda. The idea of having Sarah Palin reviving our economy by drilling for oil, reforming the tax structure and bringing our military in line with our national interests is just way too good looking for liberals to handle. As for me, if she looks that good in a jogging suit, bonus.

On a more serious note:
Contemplating a Second Obama Term

If We Fight, The Future is Bright

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Contest:” Create A Slogan For Palin’s 2012 Campaign”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on July 12, 2011

Imagery, ideas, artwork, graphic design and not least slogans are an important aspect of any political campaign. That is not Machiavellian, it is a common sense reality. Further, many see such items as fun, inspirational, compelling, uplifting and endearing.

That slogans have impact is of course beyond dispute as many successful political campaigns clearly confirm-witness:

He kept us out of war
Log cabin and hard cider
A new frontier
Honest Abe
Return to normalcy

That the slogans do not, many times, actually give a fair indication of what the eventual result of supporting a particular candidate will being is of course clear from, as a recent example shows, the slogan “Hope and Change.”

However, since the case of Sarah Palin will prove to be an exception to the general rule, it will be vital that a suitable slogan, with appropriate imagery is in place should she choose to run in 2012.

The mass support that Sarah Palin has, as witness her 3 million Facebook supporters, means there is a tremendous pool of talent who can come up with the campaign winning slogan which, through its message and imagery, encapsulates the way forward for America that a Palin presidency would bring. In a close election, and with the future of America at stake the entire direction of the country may rest on the small margin of victory such imagery might bring.

Here is an opportunity to not only unleash creativity, but perhaps, just perhaps, your contribution may be the one which impacts the destiny of a nation.




If enough entries come in, a short list will be drawn up and submitted to a mass Palin site to make a suggestion to the Palin team to adopt the readers choice. Good luck with your creativity which may be a world changer.

Here is a submission example already from the link above;

Submitted by: IwjwI

“Of course it ought to be:
Palin 2012″

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