Upon finding out last night that the second independent investigation into the Troopergate scandal cleared Sarah Palin on every “abuse of power” charge that she was accused of, it made me wonder why more people aren’t asking this morning why we had to wait until the 11th hour of November 3rd to hear it.
Upon finding out over the weekend that Senator Barack Obama promised bankrupting the coal industry in America that accounts for over half of our domestic energy (not to mention millions of jobs), it made we wonder why we had to wait until the 11th hour of the campaign for the San Francisco Chronicile interview from January to be released.
It’s astonishing that our media truly is a lost cause. And not only will this day be historic if Obama wins, becoming the first African-American president, but this is certainly the pinnacle historic moment of the ultimate decline in journalistic integrity.
It’s to be four years of a lost cause….to all the people who think that Obama is going to pay their taxes for them, pay for their health care, pay for their college tuition. It will be four years of a lost cause to all those people who refused to get the specifics of how he is going to pay for 1.3 trillion in new spending proposals without cutting into the pockets of all Americans. It will be four years of a lost cause to people like his Aunt in Boston who is an illegal immigrant living in a virtual slum.
The movie “Evita” does not merely serve as a comedic display of Madonna’s ability to sing Broadway-quality numbers. The socialism portrayed during the regime of Juan and Eva Peron was used in the eyes of Hollywood to tell a rags-to-riches story of one person, while the viewers only saw a small portion of the depression, starvation, death, and division caused by the Peronist regime. And how did it start? With Evita on a balcony telling Argentina that she would take the riches and that they would “inherit these treasures.”
Sadly, the ones ACORN rounded up to move Obama closer to victory are going to be the ones to starve, hurt, and suffer. Financially, even though we will feel the brunt through our paychecks being cut into, conservatives will; as they always have, pull through.
Even though Illinois can be considered by many as a lost cause for a lonely Palin (oh yeah, and McCain) supporter like me in this blue land, I did get up early to go vote this morning.
I am thrilled Philip is making his comeback tonight as I always have admired his knack for electoral details within districts. Plus Phil is the ultimate master of local and international views as well. Welcome back, my friend.
And finally, regardless of the outcome, we must give a huge round of thanks to Sarah Palin for even giving me the push to even have hope for this year. I’m sad the media convinced the uninformed that she was stupid even though her record of leadership, her record of fairness, and her record of fiscal responsibility proves everyone of those claims wrong.
I am happy; however, that this country can never again be accused of racism. That we can move forward with a new sense of being united, and as the disaster of an Obama presidency begins to unravel, our party can again look to the brilliant and magnificent Governor Sarah Palin as our front-runner in 2012 after another wonderful four years of Governorship experience under her belt.
Go vote! Even if it’s Carter all over again, we’ll hit back with a double-whammy of Reagan again.