Sunday, October 24, 2010

Could the contrast be more stark?


This was the headline on Drudge Report for most of the day. Notice the blur of a waving American flag in the photo of Governor Palin. Contrast that with the Teamsters sign being waved by the Obama supporter. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.
(h/t Rich Crowther for screen cap)


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would take Palin over Huckabee or Obama, but not over Romney

john

Anonymous said...

We've turned into a country full of people that feel that anyone better off then me should contribute to my well being. This will change soon!

Anonymous said...

The libs, Democrats, and union whiners are going to realize real soon that the American people are as mad as hell and that we're not going to take it anymore.

MITT 12

BOSMAN said...

It is clear to me, that Sarah Palin is doing what she can to help take America back and has become an energy source for the Republican Party.

Saying that, I still believe she is years away of having the know how to be President.

I'd hate to have a Republican with little and THE WRONG type of experience in the White House during these tough times.

We are seeing now what happens when someone is not equipped for the job.

BOSMAN said...

RWN,

PS, welcome aboard!

Revolution 2010 said...

RWN,

welcome aboard. I'm going to look forward to proving that Palin, a Republican energizer bunny, is well intentioned in her efforts. However, not all well intentioned people are ready to be POTUS. That's not to say, that she won't be ready some day. (2019?)

Right Wingnut said...

Bos & Rev,

First, let's see if she runs. I thinks she will, but there are days when I have doubts. If she decides to move forward, let the chips fall where they may. If what you say is true, than Palin should be nothing more than a speed bump for Mitt...right?

Anonymous said...

I'm glad that Palin and Romney get along. You wouldn't know it though if you visit C4P. They treat Romney worse than Huckabee there. No doubt the fear Romney more than any of the other would be 2012 candidates.

Right Wingnut, Where am I right?
Where am I wrong?

john

Right Wingnut said...

John,

It goes both ways. Romney and Palin are seen by many as the top two condenders for the nomination. It's only natural.

BOSMAN said...

John,

HaHaHaHa!

We here at RIGHT SPEAK are committed and is our goal to treat all of the 2012 hopefuls, equally bad.

Anonymous said...

BOSMAN,

LOL, I think I'm looking forward to it.

john

Bill589 said...

I think Mitt is a brilliant businessman and would be great in correcting the country’s economic policies. I wouldn’t be surprised if the brilliant leader, President Palin, put him on her staff.