This woman gives me the desire to get politicly active. I have never been big on politics, but things are changing, I must be growing up. I really enjoyed her speech, enjoyed her wit and ability to say the things so many people are afraid to say. She is a bull-dog, and I like it.
I think she addressed some very important issues, such as, the energy crisis, the war, and taxes. I am very interested to see what kind of idea’s she has for special needs children, that is very important to me. I want to know her thoughts on healthcare, something she didn’t mention tonight. She also did not dignify comments that have been made about her eldest daughter with a response, interesting. Would have made for good t.v., but hey, she’s not trying to be Tyra, right?
Reids spokesman Jim Manley’s response to Palin’s speech from CNN:
“Anyone who knows Sen. Reid knows he never backs down when he’s fighting for what’s right and that he always stands up to John McCain when he is wrong,” Manley said. “Shrill and sarcastic political attacks may fire up the Republican base, but they don’t change the fact that a McCain-Palin administration would mean four more years of failed Bush-Cheney policies.”
Shrill…hmmm, that’s descriptive. Not usually a term used to describe a man, what’s up with that?