Thursday, November 4, 2010

Sarah Palin Post election Ad



I have no idea why Sarah Palin found the need to put this post election ad out. Maybe someone else can shed some light on this? Maybe this is her grizzly version of an op-ed?

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is nothing like patting yourself on the back for very little work. Romney wore out shoes campaigning, Palin broke a few nails.

zeke.

kelly said...

I'm not impressed!

Anonymous said...

Another great ad...if you ask me the point is that just because the election is over, Palin wants the American people to know that it isn't politics as usual...the message and movement still lives on and she is still fighting for the everyday American...for their values and their wallets...great ad!

JR

Anonymous said...

zeke, no one is saying Romney didn't help or work hard. Actually, I;m not even sure the midterms were specifically mentioned in the ad...so why are you so mad? It was an uplifting ad...was it not?

JR

Anonymous said...

Just curious Kelly...what aren't you impressed? It seemed like an uplifting ad that promised to follow through with the message received...what would have impressed you?

JR

kelly said...

JR,

She was speaking to her fans and came across as if she and her fans were responsible for all the results.

I'm not a fan. I agree with zeke's comment.

Bill589 said...

Actually, Palin does have a new op/ed out today at ‘National Review’.

She’s a great multitasker.

Anonymous said...

kelly, i didn't get that at all. it seemed to me, she was very inclusive...maybe if she showed Romney's face the entire ad you would be happy?

JR

Anonymous said...

You can say that again Bill. I hope someone at this site posts the op-ed.

JR

Right Wingnut said...

It's a fantastic video. The individuals featured in the ad--Rubio, West, Scott, Martinez, Haley, Duffy, and others are future stars in the Republican party. Did you notice how many of those are minorities and women? An important message is being sent. Regardless of alliances within the party, that message should be embraced.

BOSMAN said...

I'm kind of neutral on this. The ad was well done and had a good message. Saying that, I also found it little over the top and self-indulgent.

phil said...

Bosman, you nailed it, 'self-indulgent'.

Revolution 2010 said...

More Fluff!