A 1-In-100 Blogger: Politically In Love with Sarah Palin

Friday, February 12, 2010

Politically In Love with Sarah Palin

I've fallen in love with Sarah Palin, politically speaking. Sarah Palin is winning the hearts of many Americans, including myself. Palin is so easy to connect with, and she is always so sincere! Her emotions are real; her most powerful character traits, among the many values she and I share, reflect a deep love for country, freedom and prosperity. Mrs. Palin believes wholeheartedly every word she says -- and in all context, every time she speaks it's always about upholding the U.S. Constitution. She speaks to the American people like she is on our same level, and it's comforting to hear from her.

Even more appealing too, she sounds like a leader; and more importantly, a regular, every day proud American citizen. She loves America! Just listen to the first 01:35 minutes of Sarah Palin's Tea Party speech at the National Tea Party Convention. She turns me on politically, something Obama has never done! For almost two minutes, to begin her Tea Party speech, Palin dedicated the time to express how much she loves the United States. Now that's inspiring to hear!

How she ends her hour long speech is all the more amazing. What Palin says is through the voice of all tea partier's who she is speaking on behalf of.

"This movement is about the people, and for the people; that is what this movement is about. Tea Party nation, we know that there is nothing wrong with America that together, we can't fix, as Americans. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for being part of the solution! God bless the tea partier's and, God bless the U.S.A.!"

For me personally, it's so inspiring when I hear a political leader who not only listens to America, but she is speaking for us -- not to us, which is a radical communication tactic the Obama administration seems to have perfected.

The best part about Sarah Palin is that we're beginning to gain a pretty good sense for who she is. Mrs. Palin has been an active, powerful voice in the growing Tea Party Movement. She is the 2008 Vice Presidential candidate for the Republican Party, and is the former Alaska Governor from 2006 to 2009. That's, like, way more experience and a more successful biography about a potential Presidential candidate than what we knew about Barack Obama before electing him President of the United States.

Sarah Palin has a voice that connects with the American people, especially the tea partier's! So I'll be the first to admit it. I'm politically in love with Sarah Palin.

1 comment:

ndh777 said...

That's so true. And especially about the part of her speaking on behalf of those she supports. That is truly unheard of when it comes to politics. Traditionally, a politician makes empty promises to get voters to vote for them, then when in office, makes their own decision because "I feel that it's best for the people." Notice the "I" and the "for" part. Meaning "I'm in control of you to make your life better how I see fit" But this doesn't sound like the case for Mrs. Palin. While many politicians simply give up after losing an election, especially those who ran for vice president, Palin does not. She still stands for what she believes in.