Sarah! Sarah! Who?

Posted Monday, September 15, 2008, at 8:06 AM
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  • Lol.........finding Sarah Patlin, the unknown, as candidate for any position in the Presidential Election is as shocking as hearing that the Brazil Bees are going to the Super Bowl!

    One thing is for certain, unless the unseen event of a minor political party winning the campaign, a "barrier" will be broken. We will either break the "race" or "gender" barrier in the top leadership of the nation.

    Whether a minor party wins or a barrier is broken, this election is one for the history books. I urge everyone to turn out and vote!

    -- Posted by FlyinLion on Mon, Sep 15, 2008, at 8:43 AM
  • The V.P. is too serious an office to seriously consider a whimsical candidate that is only selected based on anatomy.

    -- Posted by reddevil on Thu, Sep 18, 2008, at 4:59 AM
  • reddevil: We could say the same for the Presidential Candidate from the other side. "too serious to consider a whimsical candidate that is selected based on" skin color.

    Nice article David. I have never talked to so many people who could not have cared less about polatics, until Governor Palin was nominated. Unless we have forgotten, Carter, Clinton, Dukakis, all were Governors, some how, they were qualified, but she is not.

    -- Posted by Conservative Dad on Sat, Sep 20, 2008, at 4:52 PM
  • Conservative Dad,

    I agree, until this year and the conventions I have never heard so many people talk politics. I also remember that here in our area growing up I never saw ads for the political candidates running for president. Now you see them almost every day. Never before did Indiana play so big a part in a recent presidential election.

    Perhaps someone else might know, as I have had no sucess in searching so far. When was the last time a presidential candidate came to the Terre Haute/Brazil area?

    I also agree with Leo, this should be a record year at the polls. Everyone should take the time to go and vote.

    -- Posted by Localguy1972 on Tue, Sep 23, 2008, at 10:29 AM
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