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Sarah Palin was arguably the most influential person in 2008, but no one notices because she wasn't influential enough to overcome the deficits of her running mate and win the election.
Until Palin, 45, burst onto the scene, Obama was headed for a Nixon/McGovern landslide. Palin may not have changed the election result, but she killed what otherwise would have been a rout.
John McCain was so preposterous a candidate (at least on a Republican ticket) that Palin was responsible for far more votes than the usual vice-presidential candidate. The biggest red flag proving her popularity with normal Americans is that liberals won't shut up about her. Palin is a threat to liberals because she believes in God and country and family — all values liberals pretend to believe in but secretly detest. There's a reason there's no "Stop Olympia Snowe before it's too late!" movement.

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1 Response to "Governor Palin Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People""

  1. Doug Said,

    It's disgaceful that Sarah was so maligned, mistreated, and abused by the liberal media and those who interviewed her and intentionally grilled her much more brutally than they did Barry or Biden (his time!). She is obviously a classy, intelligent, honest and sincere woman and I sincerely hope the republican party is grooming her, and making the truth known about her so that the "idiot" image the left pasted on her will be diminished by the time we have the opportunity to oust our current disgrace of a president.

    Posted on May 2, 2009 at 7:42 AM


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