Lipstick Republican Women For Sarah! Nice Pictures, Too

McCain-Palin On Wall Street Crisis
Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 9:45 AM

The latest McCain-Palin ad shows a willingness to run with the news cycle, not against it. With shudders running through Wall Street that are felt by anyone with a 401(k), Team McCain releases an ad that says experience and real reform credentials trump the puffed up rhetoric of the community organizer and the senator from MNBA. It is very effective because it reminds people that real crises aren’t solved on teleprompters

clipped from www.freerepublic.com

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I love the crowd of gals holding up their lipstick tubes!

Lipstick Revolution !

Here’s to Lady Kryptonite…
clipped from hughhewitt.townhall.com
McCain-Palin should be sending roses to Saturday Night Live. Mocking Palin as a God-crazed, empty-headed mom from hicksville America is just what the Army of Sarahs expected and exactly what they find so distasteful about Manhattan-Hollywood media elites.  They can laugh at the skit but also note its entirely predictable script.  Of course women who don’t live in the big cities on the coasts knew that their elitist sisters looked down on them and their choices, but the contempt that is manifesting itself among the entertainment and news media hierarchy in a thousand different ways is fueling the pro-Palin forces.
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Sue the City – Get a Day In Your Honor

What is it about liberals?  Beat them with a stick and they just turn around and lick your boots:

The San Diego City Council voted 5-2 to honor the American Civil Liberties Union with a special day of recognition, even after the organization sued the city and collected $900,000 in taxpayer funds.

The plan was offered by council member Toni Atkins, who said she stood “by the resolution” and commended “the ACLU for the work they do.”

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In San Diego, the ACLU cost the city’s taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars by raising the fight over the Mt. Soledad cross and continued the battle even after 76 percent of the voters supported maintaining the cross where it was built.

A bipartisan team of council members, Tony Young and Brian Maienschein, opposed the resolution, and Jim Madaffer did not vote. The other five members – Kavin Faulconer, Atkins, Donne Frye, Ben Hueso and Scott Peters – went along.