Sunday, October 26, 2008


First of all, to all of you who are Liberal or Independent, please know that rarely will I post such political blogs on my site. PLEASE continue to visit, as I should very often have NON-POLITICAL posts. This is quite the exception. I think that if you are undecided, you should visit the websites at the bottom of this post to see why I am such a strong Palin/McCain supporter and why OBAMA SCARES THE LIVING TAR OUT OF ME!!!

3 hours in the freezing cold and still super excited! (Okay, well, I showed up late, so I was only out there for about 2 hours, but still long enough!)

Lucy and me waiting for our girl, Sarah. (Don't look so concerned, Jake! The election's almost over!)

Kelly, Rachel, and me (we're almost inside!)

The always lovely Kelly, and me.

Here comes Sarah (adorable outfit!) and family. The crowd went absolutely wild!!!

Sarah hit the nail on the head with this speech, and Fort Wayne loved her for it. Lucy was super excited to see Piper, although she wasn't able to get her autograph. :-(

Something nifty....

the way cool ticket we got and..........

Hank Williams, Jr.'s autograph (courtesy of Kelly). I was WAY too short to push through the crowd, and since Kellyman's always giving me a rough time about being taller than me, I decided that she would be my accomplice. I grabbed her hand, gave her the ticket, then pushed her through the crowd so she could hold her arm in the air for about 10 minutes. After a very numb arm and a few bruises later, she triumphantly handed me the ticket signed by Hank Williams, Jr., which I presented to The Cowboy. He was incredibly grateful, Kellyman!

Some other cool stuff...

Hank Williams, Jr.'s Mc Cain/Palin song

An amateur video of a portion of the speech

The evening was absolutely amazing! The pre-speeches by Mark Souder, Becky Skillman, and some fun music by Hank Williams, Jr., were all very awesome. Mom even solicited the chant, "Sar-ah! Sar-ah!" Lucy busted out her amazing "whistle." I nearly cried during the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem. During the "Star Spangled Banner," EVERYONE in the crowd sang, which I've never witnessed before. There were ginormous American flags, which made me think of everything this country and our founding fathers stood for, and just exactly what Francis Scott Key was writing about. It made me so sad and almost overwhelmed to think how scary our future is in this country with the possibility of Socialist ideas and un-American tactics. I am terrified for my younger brothers and sisters and future children. Please VOTE for morals, integrity, and intellect. VOTE FOR AMERICA AND OUR FREEDOM!!!

Here are some interesting articles that are actually pretty frightening:

Is Obama a natural-born U.S. citizen? This case was just dismissed, but Philip J Berg is appealing the decision. Do you want a President who isn't even from the USA and who knowingly refuses to abide by the Constituion of the United States of America?

And the docket for the case

What was Ayers' group up to? Would you believe genocide? Well, you'd better believe it, because it's true!

Obama's shocking 2004 revelation

Teens pledge allegiance to Obama
American flags recovered from Democrats
Joe's REAL feelings about Obama

Barack's associations...THEY REVEAL SO MUCH ABOUT HIS CHARACTER! Ever heard the old adage, "Beware the company you keep?" I think Obama's right at home with this company, and it's scary!

Do you want Socialism in America?

Well, I think it's just about time to get off my soapbox, but I AM PLEADING WITH YOU....Thoroughly think through your presidential vote. I think there are a lot of secrets we don't even know about....and maybe we don't want to!

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