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Sep 4, 2008


Ed: City urbanites (i.e. Hillary's army) are left to shake, twist, and spin as Palin switches the voting battle to the hearts and minds of small town communities. Stay tuned.

Sarah Palin's Campaign Debut Electrifies the GOP, Galvanizes The Twitterati

By Sarah Lai Stirland Email September 03, 2008 | 2:41:47 AM
Sarah "Barracuda" Palin, a tough political charmer with a smile: "We tend to prefer candidates who don't talk about us one way in Scranton and another way in San Francisco," she said Wednesday night during her acceptance speech for the position of vice presidential candidate at the 2008 Republican National Convention.
Photo: Tom LeGro

"Palin ROCKED!"

That succinct, two-word assessment that appeared on the micro-blogging service Twitter Wednesday night just about summarized many conservatives' relieved reactions after an inauspicious week for Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Seriously? [Comment]

We are rarely, these days, surprised by much. Especially the behavior of the national political press. We devoted a couple paragraphs yesterday to predicting their reaction to Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's speech before the Republican National Convention last night, but this morning we are having a genuine crazy pills moment.

Republican National Convention

Palin Assails Critics and Electrifies Party

G.O.P. Officially Nominates McCain


Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska sought to wrest back the narrative of her life as she introduced herself to a roaring crowd at the Republican National Convention.

Easiest Task for Palin May Have Been Speech

Gov. Sarah Palin will now have to appeal to audiences that are not necessarily as primed to adore her.

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