October 05, 2008

Sarah Palin Rally in Omaha Today

Update: Video of Governor Palin's speech in Omaha
KETV News video: Part 1 - Part 2
WOWT reports: Omaha Music Hall packed
Gateway Pundit: Huge Crowd

Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin, the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, will be holding a rally today in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Sarah has been doing some heavy lifting for the McCain-Palin ticket in the last few days. She has been raising the issue of Barack Obama's relationship with admitted, unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist and Pentagon bomber Bill Ayers and his equally horrible wife Bernardine Dohrn.

It would seem that John McCain has finally realized what a powerful campaigner Governor Palin can be if she is given some freedom to be herself. She is less than 100% effective when she reads the lines the old boys in the McCain camp write for her, and it shows. I hope she continues the 'gloves off' style today.

Here is the official announcement:
"Country First" Rally
with Governor Sarah Palin
WHEN: Sunday, Oct 5. Doors Open at 4:00 pm CST
Program Begins at 6:00 pm

WHERE: Civic Auditorium Music Hall
1701 Davenport Street
Omaha NE, 68102

INFO: Call (402) 934-5573 or email info@negop.org
Check www.nebraska.johnmccain.com for updates.
Tickets are not required for this event. First come first serve.
It should be a great opportunity for Nebraskans to see Sarah the Moose-slayer up close and personal. Sarah doesn't need to come to Omaha to sell me on the GOP ticket. Barack Obama and his shady friends have already made up my mind.

I don't thin Sarah has come to Omaha to help out Mike Johanns bid for the Senate seat being vacated by the despicable Chuck Hagel, or to hype the dismally predictable re-election of incumbent Congress-skunk Lee Terry. The Street Sweeper at the very excellent Nebraska political blog Leavenworth Street calls it correctly:
Sunday night's gig should be the continuation of the "Free Sarah Palin" tour. Many Republican politicos had been opining that the McCain camp kept Governor Palin in too much of a limited role since the convention. With her break-out in the debate -- against a guy who has spent 35 years debating in the Senate -- it looks like theMcCainiacs have seen the light.
The "Free Sarah Palin Tour" label is pure genius. I like it better than what I was going to use: Palin Impalin' the Pretend Prophet and his Pals.

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