Oct 24 2008

Palin To Be In Leesburg, VA Monday!

Folks, Governor Palin will be in Leesburg, VA Monday.  Everyone who can go should go, and let’s see if the Palin crowd can rival or exceed the recent Obama visit!

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will be in Leesburg Monday morning to do her part in Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) effort to keep Virginia in the “red” column when voters go to the polls Nov. 4. The GOP’s vice presidential nominee will hold a rally at JR Festival Lakes beginning at 9 a.m.

Gates will open at 7 a.m. for the event. Tickets will be required. They can be obtained though the McCain Virginia Web site at http//virginia.johnmccain.com. Also, tickets will be available at Republican campaign offices in Northern Virginia, including the Sterling office at 46950 Community Plaza, Unit 201A.

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Palin To Be In Leesburg, VA Monday!”

  1. norm says:

    don’t forget to demand that she pay for all extra security costs incurred. you wouldn’t want to be hypocritical.

  2. Birdalone says:

    Nice re-focus on Palin from the London Times:
    …”It’s hard to make a reasoned and fair judgment about the Alaska Governor because she has been the
    victim of one of the nastiest, most sustained and comprehensive
    slime-jobs ever performed by a hyper-partisan national and global media. ”

    and it gets better…


  3. conman says:

    Yet another well established conservative endorsing Obama due primarily to the Palin pick.

    “Charles Fried, a professor at Harvard Law School, has long been one of the most important conservative thinkers in the United States. Under President Reagan, he served, with great distinction, as Solicitor General of the United States. Since then, he has been prominently associated with several Republican leaders and candidates, most recently John McCain, for whom he expressed his enthusiastic support in January.

    This week, Fried announced that he has voted for Obama-Biden by absentee ballot. In his letter to Trevor Potter, the General Counsel to the McCain-Palin campaign, he asked that his name be removed from the several campaign-related committees on which he serves. In that letter, he said that chief among the reasons for his decision “is the choice of Sarah Palin at a time of deep national crisis.” http://blogs.tnr.com/tnr/blogs/the_plank/archive/2008/10/24/reagan-appointee-and-recent-mccain-adviser-charles-fried-supports-obama.aspx

    As you said the other day, Palin is the future of the Grand Old Party – the incredibly shrinking party!

  4. J.D. says:

    In 2000, Joe Lieberman was Al Gore’s running mate, and this year, only 8 years later, he will not only vote for McCain but was a keynote speaker at the Rep. National Convention. Need I remind Conman that Lieberman is now an independent due to the fact that his party literally abandoned him. A man with mostly liberal ideals has been abandoned as a once honorable party raced to the radical left fringe of the political spectrum.

    Obama’s record is to the left of self-proclaimed socialist, Bernie Sanders, and his views on abortion is to the left of Planned Parenthood. Even Planned Parenthood saw no reason to vote against the Babies Born Alive Act.

    Joe Biden not only has labeled Obama as “not ready” he has publically stated that he would be honored to run on the same ticket as McCain. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDVUPqoowf8 It’s amazing how quickly a man will cast aside his integrity for a chance to become more powerful politically.

    So some Republicans see Sarah Palin as Spud Webb. Then relatively speaking, Obama must be Mugsy Bogues. (These are 2 former NBA stars who were short of stature but played well among the trees. Spud incidentally won the dunk contest one year, and I’m not entirely sure Mugsy could dunk at all.)

    Biden was chosen and Gen. Powell was sought after to fill the gaping hole of gravitas on Obama’s part. McCain did not lack gravitas, so he chose Sarah Palin, an independent, young, conservative voice, who has proven herself in both word and deed.

    Go ahead, question the second string. But our second string is far more qualified than your first.

  5. […] am going to be making a prediction on VA based on the crowd size of the Palin event at Leesburg this coming Monday. Back in September McCain-Palin attracted 23,000 in the center of Fairfax County (Fairfax City to […]

  6. norm says:

    actually jd…lieberman abandoned his party. please show me where obama proclaimed himself a socialist. where do you fringies get these ideas?