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September 14, 2008

Wow! Alaska Women Reject Palin Rally Is HUGE! Where Was The MSM Coverage?

Yes.  The Alaska Women Reject Palin rally was significantly bigger than Palin’s rally that got all the national media coverage!  So take heart, sit back, and enjoy the photo gallery. 

Feel free to spread the pictures around (links are appreciated) to anyone who needs to know that Sarah Palin most definitely does not speak for all Alaskans.  The citizens of Alaska, who know her best, have things to say.

Go to Mudflats for the entire story and pictures:



  1. Paulette, isn’t this the most amazing thing??? It really gives me heart. It tells me forget the polls there’s something else at play bigger here. We all need to ignite this kind of activism across America!!!

    Comment by Bruce — September 15, 2008 @ 3:38 am | Reply

  2. I’m sure not everyone LOVES Obama in Chicago or Indiana. This website is truly a “PALIN HATERS” site. But you OBama lovers/fanatics check this out to see what your man was doing during his trip to Irak.

    The New York Post today has Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on record, stating Barack Obama tried to interfere with ongoing negotiations with Iraqi leaders while on his trip to Iraq recently.
    While telling his supporters his plan to withdraw troops from Iraq within 16 months, Barack Obama was doing something far different while he was in Iraq. He was trying to talk Iraqi officials into delaying the agreement on a draw-down of the American military presence from Iraq, Zebari said in an interview with The New York Post.

    According to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Obama made his demand for delay a key theme of his discussions with Iraqi leaders in Baghdad in July.

    “He asked why we were not prepared to delay an agreement until after the US elections and the formation of a new administration in Washington

    Why would he do such a thing?

    Because in order for him to have any type of credibility he needed to convince Americans that things were still going badly in Iraq.

    Despite some usual equivocations on the subject, Obama rejects pre-emption as a legitimate form of self -defense. To be credible, his foreign-policy philosophy requires Iraq to be seen as a failure, a disaster, a quagmire, a pig with lipstick or any of the other apocalyptic adjectives used by the American defeat industry in the past five years.

    The fact that Iraqi officials are going on record to let people know what Obama tried to do is bad, very bad, but what is worse is that Barack Obama was telling his supporters one thing while deliberately, secretly doing another.

    As the article points out, Obama’s latest position has been to have U.S. combat troops out of Iraq by 2010, yet had he been successful in delaying the negotiations, that goal would have been impossible to meet as his advisers had to have known.

    Supposing he wins, Obama’s administration wouldn’t be fully operational before February – and naming a new ambassador to Baghdad and forming a new negotiation team might take longer still.

    By then, Iraq will be in the throes of its own campaign season. Judging by the past two elections, forming a new coalition government may then take three months. So the Iraqi negotiating team might not be in place until next June.

    Then, judging by how long the current talks have taken, restarting the process from scratch would leave the two sides needing at least six months to come up with a draft accord. That puts us at May 2010 for when the draft might be submitted to the Iraqi parliament – which might well need another six months to pass it into law.

    Worse yet, he was interfering with ongoing negotiations without the right to do so which could have jeopardized those very negotiations for no other reason than to use it for his campaigning.

    Barack Obama has no authority to negotiate with Iraqi leaders, yet he did, which shows incredible hubris on his part as well as a lack of concern for what is best for America and replacing what is best for America with what is best for his own political aspirations.

    Big mistake, rookie mistake and goes to show that Obama is willing to try to cause Americas defeat simply so he can obtain victory into the White House.

    Far cry from John McCain, who fought for the surge in Iraq, which has succeeded as even Obama has recently admitted, with McCain saying back in 2007, via Politico, “I’d rather lose an election than lose a war.”

    Which man is willing to put his country before his campaign and political aspirations?

    In July, according to a Fox embed, John McCain said it seemed to him Barack Obama “would rather lose a war in order to win a political campaign.”

    Perhaps he was right.

    Comment by Norma — September 15, 2008 @ 5:43 pm | Reply

  3. Norma – you are way off topic but since you brought it up, John McCain has no authority to negotiate with Georgians but he did anyway.

    Comment by Cats r Flyfishn — September 15, 2008 @ 11:11 pm | Reply

  4. norma lou – you got it all wrong. This is not a hate Palin website. This is a love Obama website. Pay attention, girl.

    Comment by Cats r Flyfishn — September 15, 2008 @ 11:13 pm | Reply

  5. Norma, No one hates Palin – I don’t know her personally, do you. I am only reporting on what SHE says and what those who know her says; how is that hating her?

    If you read the NY Post article you should also read the follow-up. The story has been debunked – that means it has been proven to be false.

    Furthermore, the race is about McCain – he’s running to be president. McCain has voted with George Bush 90% of the time. McCain has no answers to the problems crippling the economy.

    If you plan on voting for McCain I hope that you earn at least $5 million annually and are independent. I hope you don’t need roads fixed in your community, I hope you don’t need a hospital in your community and are willing to drive at least 25 miles to get to the closest hospital, I hope in terms of health insurance you ‘self -insure’ since McCain’s policy suggests that if you don’t have insurance he won’t help you much and you can go to the emergency room and be charged 20X the rate. I hope you have a drug lab in your basement so you can test your meds and food since McCain doesn’t care about monitoring the FDA.

    You see, this isn’t about hating McCain/Palin. This is about loving America enough to do what’s best for America by voting for Obama/Biden.

    McCain has no answers and frankly he doesn’t seem to care who knows it – he’s hoping that he can sling mud and the American people will forget about THEIR NEEDS and give him what he wants.

    So Norma, are you voting to fulfill McCain’s dreams or are you voting to help America set itself right?

    Comment by Paulette — September 16, 2008 @ 8:17 am | Reply

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