Saturday, October 25, 2008

Sarah Palin & Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Two Reasons Out Of A Thousand To Be A Conservative

"The View" co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck will stump for vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Florida this weekend.

"Gov. Palin asked me to be with her this Sunday to introduce her at the rallies in Florida. I am more than honored to be there," Hasselbeck said Thursday on the TV talk show. "I'll have some stories, I'm sure, on Monday."

Palin is scheduled to appear Sunday at campaign rallies in Tampa and Kissimmee, Florida. Hasselbeck has worn her support for the Republican ticket proudly: Earlier this week, she appeared on the show in a T-shirt with the lettering: "Great AmeriMcCain Hero."

In September, Hasselbeck ripped Michelle Obama for having "something to hide" because of the list Obama presented as untouchable topics for the media - after all, hubby is the media darling - can't have some errant conservative asking questions that are out of line, right? Interestingly enough, I'm sure if it was the Republican who had a "do not ask" list of questions, Libs would be bleating in protest. There is never a sense of fair play with these people.

It's too bad that on TV we Conservatives don't have the freedom to view our opinions about the truths regarding the lunatic creations of the biased drive-by media. Hasselbeck speaks the truth and many in the media and in the DNC want to hide it. It's a terrible thing to not listen to the truth and want to be a socialist country. Why else would the Demos be so adamant in pushing the "Fairness Doctrine" in an effort to stifle the facts and opinions of the right, let alone slam free speech.

Four of the people on "The View" panel are way too liberal, which makes me sick, and the one on the show with a few morals and traditional values gets heckled by the other nuts.

More power to you Liz!


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