John McCain for Pres….Oh yea…and Palin for VP

OK, I’m driving the stake in the ground.  I’m not a member of a political party yet I do lean on the conservative side.  I’ve always respected John McCain for many different reasons yet struggled to connect with him.  I found it easy to connect with Obamma…yet couldn’t find an ounce of substance in anything he said.  So, the thing that is causing me to make my wide swing to the right and declare not only who I’m voting for but yes…who I’m campaigning for…is the VP nominations.  I can’t stand Bieden and I think that Palin exactly what our country needs right now.  Now don’t go getting upset thinking that I’m jumping on any bandwagon or that I am not looking at the issues.  I know that we’re voting for the President and that the President is the top of the ticket.  Yet, I vote for the whole ticket.  Am I comfortable with Sarah Palin being one breath away from the oval office….?  You bet I am.  She is making the most sense out of anyone I’ve heard yet.  Read this little message from my buddy Porter who went to a Palin rally in Fairbanks tonight:

I got to see Sarah Palin give an outstanding speech in Fairbanks, AK tonight. Now, it was from the TV, but what’s kind of cool is that I am in the same state she is tonight….

Sarah is a God loving, Christian woman with fantastic values, a strong marriage and dynamic family. It’s cool that I am in her home state, hanging with the Alaskan people and that there is a real possibility of her and McCain winning the race.


It’s proven that John McCain has the experience to run this country and the dedication to get us where we need to get.  I’m getting awfully sick of people commenting that Sarah Palin doesn’t have experience nor a resume.  Her resume is the actions she’s been taking over that last few years.  The liberal media has been in a absolute Brittany Spears frenzy to find dirt on the VP nominee and they’ll do whatever it takes to find dirt.  The reason they’re so scared is because they’re not finding enough.  I’ve got great friends and family members who will be seduced by Obama and actually vote for him.  I still love them.  I understand why they want to vote for him.  He is very fun to listen to.  I think Barrack Obama would make an awesome director of a community based organization.  I just don’t trust him to run our country.  Here is my final question.  It’s to my 14 year old son Drew.

Drew, you’ll turn 18 while the next president is in his first term.  You’ll go down to the post office (or on-line) and register for the selective service (draft).  Who do you want making the decision weather you step up and serve…..Obama or McCain?     He said McCain and I agree.

So I say…Support, vote for, give money to, campaign for, tell your friends to….vote for McCain/Palin.

Yea I said it….What Now?

2 responses to “John McCain for Pres….Oh yea…and Palin for VP

  1. PREACH IT, Brother Loran!


  2. Can You Learn From History?

    When has this happened before?

    A young intelligent orator born outside the country he sought to lead, wrote and published his ideas about radical change. He worked tirelessly as a community organizer, but his unlimited ambition pushed him into the national political scene. Through difficult economic times his promises of returning the economy and country to its former greatness convinced many to support his charismatic candidacy. His promises of a government which would ensure jobs for all and relief to the downtrodden of his race were welcomed by a majority. He assured the people he would only take the wealth of a small percentage, mostly the hated wealthy. He organized children and adolescents to be actively involved in his campaign to give a sweet innocent flavor to his socialist ideas.

    Finally, he and his party obtained office with a controlling majority in the executive as well as legislative branches. This soon spread to the judicial branch where his choices ensured a free path for him to govern as he really believed he should.

    Within the first few months of the beginning of his term of office as national leader, an economic crisis struck the country. This heroic leader articulated a clear and far-reaching plan to rescue the country from economic ruin. The only obstacle to his executing this plan was the legislature which moved too slowly and could not agree on all components of his plan. If only the legislature would grant him emergency powers to enact necessary measures he would deliver on his promises. They voted him those powers because of the urgency of the crisis.

    That is all Adolf Hitler needed to wipe out the democratic government of the Weimar Republic of Germany in 1934. In its place he put the National Socialist Party. He only took the wealth of the Jews. He indeed returned Germany to economic prosperity, if that is what you call Germany’s World War II economy. His radical associates from the early years became his dominant government ministers.

    Fortunately Barak Obama probably has no visions of military dominance. But transforming the successful free market capitalist economy of the United States of America from the most successful in the history of the world into a socialist one which can only sink to the less successful levels of all other socialist countries would be a tragic loss.

    Will we avoid the problems shown by history, or relive them?

    Peter R. Cannon
    Farmington, Utah
    October 25, 2008

    I give my permission and encouragement to pass this on to others.

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