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A scary Halloween with Sarah Palin November 1, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in '08 Election, News, Palin, Politics.
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Courtesy Salon:

 

Nov. 1, 2008 | YORK, Pa. — On Halloween in central Pennsylvania, fear wasn’t just in the air, it was along the highway. “A vote for Obama is a vote for Socialism,” read a big sign alongside Route 22, about 18 miles outside of York, Pa., where Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin was making a stop on Friday afternoon.

After her monster rally in Williamsport, Pa., on Thursday evening, Palin spent All Hallow’s Eve on a mini bus tour of the Keystone State, another expenditure of valuable pre-election days that suggests that Palin is convinced they can steal the state from the Democrats. On Friday, Palin spoke before a crowd that had started lining up at 11 a.m. at the York Expo Center to hear Palin scare the bejesus out of them. Though definitely not the Jesus.

Former Gov. Tom Ridge, who recently stated the obvious, that “the dynamics would be different in Pennsylvania” if he’d been tapped as McCain’s running mate instead of Palin, had the task of introducing the Alaska governor to about 4,000 of her rabid fans, many of them sporting “Joe” stickers meant to bolster John McCain’s recent assertions that we — or they — “are all Joe the Plumber.” Sarah and Todd Palin, along with youngest daughter Piper (dressed for Halloween as a snow princess), took the stage to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”

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