I’ll update this with links and such soon, but I wanted to get this Lounge posted for discussion about news of the day, the hurricane, Palin, etc. As with other Lounges, the no links rule is lifted.

Our prayers and thoughts with all TAM and peeps in NC, VA and NY. Canada has also just issued a Tropical Storm warning, too. Virginians are also reporting tornadoes. So please take care of yourselves, and use and enjoy this open thread lounge.


This week’s “Palin Report” has posted. Here’s the direct link.

Mr L.’s Tavern: Palin’s Bus Vs. Obama’s Death Star — Know the Difference

Jedediah Bila: What Pundits Should be Talking About When it Comes to Palin


Irene makes landfall in N.C.; 4 deaths reported

Irene Lashes N. Carolina, Threatens New York, New England

New York Area Mass Transportation Shutdown Underway

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  1. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/75388 Obama Holdren agenda to “De-develop” the U.S. ? Welcome to the new serfdom. Explains so much.

  2. HiramHawk says:

    I am looking forward to hearing Gov. Palin’s speech in Indianola on the 3rd!

    Meanwhile, enjoy this Mr. Pinko Production:
    BREAKING NEWS – President Barack Obama joins the Terrorist Tea Party – iOwnTheWorld

  3. JuanitaDugas says:

    Back in VA afer 3 weeks in LA; no place like home, even with storm bearing down…missed the earthquakes though. Deck furniture stored, cars gassed up, emergency supplies ready, chili simmering while tracking Irene on TV with hubby as long as power holds out. Stay safe TAMS.

  4. jeaneeinabottle says:

    Thank you Tammy for your view on Christianity, you are right on. Pat Buchanan is not Christianity, you are more Christian than he is, believe me. You get it, but ppl see the tv Christians and they think that’s what it’s all about, uh no. I just found out one of the guys that founded Calvary in OC, CA was hiding child molesters, yikes. People need to know that’s where a lot of them hide in the church and get away with a lot of crap like the Catholic church. Not all Catholics are like that of course, there’s evil everywhere I’m afraid. Oh, last night couldn’t get on to the site, it was weird. Still trying to get Eric to apologize on twitter and for some reason Ace of Spades thinks he can mock me and attack Pamela Geller and get away with it, can’t imagine why, ha! Ace is somethin else….him and Eric, two peas in a pod. :)grrr !

    • ffigtree says:

      I agree with Tammy’s view on Christianity. I don’t believe in a vengeful God. When I was a teenager, religious evangelicals came to the door and my little brother answered. My brother was standing quietly in the doorway listening to these evangelicals preach about all the illness in the world was due to our evilness and it was our fault; this at a time when we just learned of my Dad’s illness! I was furious. Uttered something I don’t recall and slammed the door in their face. There are terrible things on earth but I believe with God’s help through humanity we can manage. 🙂 Science teaches us what a human being is (Homo sapien) but religion teaches us how to be human.

      • ffigtree says:

        When I say religion I don’t necessarily mean organized religion. It has been my experience that “religion” has come to mean taking care of the bureaucracy of maintaining a building/rules/tradition rather than taking care of the relationship between us and God.

      • angelaisms says:

        I’m going to risk being the unpopular kid here, but I hope I can get my point across in such a way that, even if you disagree with me, you still understand what I’m saying.

        Firstly, I do believe that God is an active participant in our everyday lives — and I believe that He does that not because we’re so awesome (which would be a narcissistic point of view), but because He is (which is not).

        This does not, however, mean that I subscribe to the idea of a petty, vengeful God. It is also my firm belief that the worst God will do to you is let you, as an individual or as a people, reap the consequences of your own choices, and there is ample scriptural support for this. For instance, God didn’t force the Assyrians to attack the northern kingdom of Israel back in the day as punishment for the Israelites’ wickedness; the Assyrians were going to attack anyway. What God did was simply remove His protection from Israel because they had, on the whole, rejected it. In fact, you could even say that God’s protection umbrella (if you will) had not moved at all; the northern Israelites had simply got out from under it of their own volition, and were unable withstand the Assyrian onslaught through the strength of their arms alone, and were therefore conquered and overrun.

        On this same page, there is also ample scriptural evidence in support of the fact that bad things can and will happen to good people — sometimes through the choices of others, sometimes through natural events. The most prominent example here is that of Job, who was an exceptionally good man who had everything and the kitchen sink thrown at him in his lifetime, and really through no fault of his own. (One of the best thoughts I’ve ever seen on this topic comes from Orson Scott Card, through the character of Sister Carlotta in the “Ender’s Shadow” series: “Do you know why the devil is so angry? It’s because every time he thinks up a clever bit of mischief, God figures out a way to turn it into something good.” Or something to that effect.)

        It is recorded in the New Testament that there was an earthquake immediately after the crucifixion of Christ, and that part of the damage from the earthquake is that the veil in the temple that covered the entrance to the Holy of Holies was torn. I disagree with Tammy that this was coincidental, but I also don’t think that the earthquake and the rent veil was meant as punishment; after all, Christ had quite a few followers in that city as well. I believe it was more of a statement about where God stood on the matter, if that makes sense — a bolstering of faith for some, and a reason to give the matter a second thought for others.

        As far as the earthquake in Virginia last week, I’m not going to say whether it’s truly a sign or not, as I am not God’s spokesperson. But I do believe that this nation is Divine in origin (in fact, it says as much in some of those “other scriptures” we Mormons have :)), and I believe, as do many if not most of us here, that next year’s elections present a “Do or Die” moment for us as a nation. Given those two things, it would not shock me if the earthquake and the damage to the Washington monument does have a deeper meaning than simply a crack in a building; and I certainly am, personally, leaning in that direction. But, again, I don’t think that God’s got the big stompy boots on, making the earth shake in some sort of Olympian temper tantrum; in fact, I see the workings of the planet as a whole more like a large clockwork than anything. Rather, I see the earthquake and its damage as, not only a natural event, but a reminder to prepare for those of us who are awake, and a bit of a wake up call for those who are not.

        I hope that makes sense.

        • careless says:

          My only question is how do we know God is a he?

        • Tinker says:

          Angela, you’re not the unpopular kid. I agree with you. The temple destrustion and rent veil, which surrounded the Holy of Holies, was the sign of Christ’s completed mission as the fulfillment of the Law. No coincidence. fyi, for those that don’t know the veil was really thick, like 3 or 4 inches I think.

          I don’t believe in coincidence at all because I believe God is ulitmately in control, while yes, we still function fully in our free will and the consequences thereof. But what an amazing God He is! that his perfect soverignty rules over multiple universes, galaxies, planets, and crazy nutty humans–and taking all that into consideration is able to weave together all those individual motivations, decisions, and acts to still achieve his ultimate will. It’s too much to wrap our minds around in a way, so some people prefer to reduce God to something they can understand.
          I do not sit around trying to figure out what every major event might mean in God’s plan, but I find solace and comfort in my trust of Him, knowing that even bad things can “work together for good for those that love him.”

          And God’s vengence is not like human vengence, full of hate and anger. But his righteous condemns all unrighteousness. We are humans and he reveals himself in the Bible in a way we can understand. Everything from God comes from his Grace and Love. If you love your children you discipline them to get them back in line don’t you? This is another area where we not to sit around a point and say “look he’s getting it from God”…Job’s own friends did that to him and they were wrong. It’s up to each individual believer to determine for themselves in their private relationship with God what’s going on. That is freedom.

  5. Ladybug13USA says:

    @MrLTavern rocks! If you’re going to PalinStock in Indianola dont expect an announcement. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwKXiKOZFh4

  6. _CarrieP says:

    Hello TAMs – East Coast Irene Greetings!

    I live in Maryland near Annapolis and about 20-30 miles from the Chesapeake Bay.

    While we’re waiting for the worst – tropical storm conditions overnight – we’re getting some very heavy rain now and strong wind gusts have already started.

    It’s been quite a lesson about mother nature for our 6-year old son.

    His first day of school (1st grade) was Tuesday and we had an earthquake. Now, we’re rounding out the week with a hurricane. Good grief!

    Stay safe TAMs!!

  7. Maynard says:

    On a side note, something about Jeremiah Wright. This isn’t new, just a detail I was wondering about. We know of Wright’s hatemongering and his anti-Semitism. You may remember that he once traveled with his pal Farrakhan to meet his other pal Qaddafi — this long before Qaddafi “reformed”. By the way, I did find it kind of interesting that Obama is in the war against Qaddafi. In fact, it’s almost a weird twist of history: You’ll recall the circumstances under which Reagan bombed Qaddafi’s compound after releasing evidence that the Libyan government had been involved in bombings in Germany. Of course all the leftists of the world condemned the warlike Reagan. And now, all those leftists are pounding Qaddafi with a fury that Reagan wouldn’t have dared contemplate. Obama is finishing the job that Reagan started. I’m not trying to weigh in or turn this into a cheap shot; I’m just putting these facts on the table and trying to make sense of them. They don’t quite add up, do they? Although it seems Obama didn’t want to go to war in Libya, and Hillary pretty much made him do it. Anyway, this situation defies a simplistic analysis.

    Back to Rev. Wright — sorry, I got diverted, as is so often the case — the question in my mind was, what’s the guy’s theology? In what sense is he an advocate of Christianity? I was just wondering.

    Okay, a sound bite is often out of context, so I won’t say this is the final word. But, for what it’s worth…

    The heart of Christian dogma — correct me if I’m wrong — is that Jesus came to Earth as the ultimate sacrifice, to redeem all Mankind. We are all sinners, and all in need of redemption.

    Here is an audio clip of Wright. He’s portraying Jesus as a victim of racism. But not as a Jew, a descendant of David, in a nation invaded and controlled by a foreign power. No, Jesus was a poor black man, a victim of racism by rich white people. That’s the lesson we’re supposed to take away from the Bible. And just as the rich white people killed poor black Jesus, so is modern rich white America victimizing black people.

    “People have to put up with who cares what a poor black man has to face every day in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich white people. Somebody missed that. You got nervous because we got some white members here. I am still in Bible country. I am still in the text. Jesus was a poor black man who lived in a country and who lived in a culture that was controlled by rich white people. The Romans were rich. The Romans were Italians which means they were European which means they were white. And the Romans ran everything which was in Jesus’s country. It just came to me within the past few weeks y’all why so many folks are hating on Barack Obama. He doesn’t fit the model. He ain’t white. He ain’t rich and he ain’t privileged. Hillary fits the mold. Europeans fit the mold. Giuliani fits the mold. White men fit the mold. Hillary never had a cab whiz past her …”

    It’s a weird statement about our society that the various Republican hopefuls are endlessly probed for their religious connections, while Obama gets a pass. Not to mention that there’s never a problem with that church-state separation when we’re talking about “Reverend” Jackson or “Reverend” Sharpton.

    I think the reason nobody is concerned about the religious inclinations of Obama or like-minded Democrats is that most people implicitly understand that these rants, although cloaked in a religious veneer (presumably to preserve that advantageous 401(c).3 (or whatever the designation is) tax-exempt status), have no particular connection to God or His Word.

    • otlset says:

      “…It just came to me within the past few weeks y’all why so many folks are hating on Barack Obama. He doesn’t fit the model. He ain’t white…”

      And exactly why such a racist nation as ours would never elect such a man, eh Rev.?

    • naga5 says:

      jeremiah wright is cut out of the black liberation theology mold. maynard, your original supposition is correct. sinful man is need of a savior and jesus fits the bill. where most religions go off the rails is when they add to that supposition. in BLT, (the theology, not the lunch!), the addition is that jesus is necessarily an agent for social change, like raising up the black man against the white oppressors. to make that work, wright turns around the identity of jesus into an oppressed black man fighting “da man”. any social injustice on earth against blacks, so he thinks, is an insult against his black savior. it doesn’t square with scripture ( the beatitudes, jesus warning that we will have trouble on this earth in john 16). and being asian, it doesn’t address my place in the world.
      re: urkel and libya. agree that POTUS got bullied into it by his own peeps. do you think he used weak rules of engagement to give the impression he was “gutsy” (i still laugh at that meme!) endanger our troops and not really want to win the war? it seems like he just nibbles at the corners and won’t fight like he means it. i don’t see any exit strategy or goal for the war. like patton said, we don’t want to die for our country, we want to make the other SOB die for his country! in it to win it, kick their miserable a$$ and change regimes. or weakly install sanctions. one or the other but urkel is dithering. again, no?

  8. barenakedislam says:

    Hi guys, I’m on the 19th floor in New York City, near the water, so no flooding expected, just hope the windows don’t blow out.

  9. The “WTF is wrong with Obama” jigsaw just got part of the border filled in.
    Science Czar Holdren gave us a key piece of that border with his “massive campaign” revelations. It’s ironic that he was almost literally running from the reporter involved who (like Patton, in regard to Rommel’s tank battle tactics?) could shout “You magnificent Bas**rd I read your book”, if he wanted to. To these “social planner” types who want to direct every little bit of our lives, and Constitution be damned, we are too rich, as citizens, as a people, as a country. Take as an example the series of raids on Gibson Guitar in the United States. What’s the motive to send in a swat team and confiscate guitars and wood? Gibson has over 500 employees and is a manufacturer who is putting out a product of such quality that the names Gibson and Les Paul (one of their guitar models) is well known from cold windy mountainous crags of Yeti country, to the cozy darkness of Meerkat lounges. My bet is the 500 employees produce millions of bucks for our national product. No reason, no charges were lodged regarding the first raid in 2009. Apparently as a response to Gibson going to court to recover their wood and guitars a second raid has recently occurred. So far all that is given from the government is an attempt to shut the Gibson suit down as “interfering with an ongoing investigation” and a lame claim that it’s about violation of Madagascar law regarding raw materials (the wood) but Madagascar denies that Gibson’s use of the finger board blanks violates their law. Also Gibson has been buying them and then fitting and finishing in the U.S. for decades. I think it’s about an Obama and Holdren agenda to “De-develop” the U.S. as in the book, and as Holdren’s words are making clear now, even while obfuscating and running from the reporter. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/75388

  10. Gina says:

    I have a Tammy update for you. The antibiotics are still “kicking her ass” but she’s much better today. She also wants you to know the “Palin Report” will post tonight. I have been helping with Twitter and email but admit I’m behind. Shes asked me to let you know that she will be catching up on emails today. She had been hoping to send her thank you to all Tammy Birthday well wishers and donors before now, but looks forward to starting to get back to people this weekend. My next job: walk Sydney Bruce which is the highlight of my Saturday! If you ever wondered, Sydney is more amazing than you can imagine!

    • ffigtree says:

      Thanks for the update Gina! I finally caught up on yesterday’s shows and know the rest of the story. Sending good vibes to Tammy and to the east coast TAMS! Enjoy your Gina and Syd 🙂

    • houstongracie says:

      Gina, tell Tammy I’m sending her hugs from Texas. Wishing that she starts feeling better soon! The amount of antibiotics she is on right now is certainly a whopper of a dose. Give Syd and Snoop a snuggle and a kiss from me! Oh, and if Tammy will let you, hug her for me too!! Love ya Tammy!!

      • Tammy says:

        I am here! Thank you and feeling so much better! Syd & Snoop say hi to everyone. I have been getting extra doses of ‘cuddle’ so I’m extra good!

  11. xoanon says:

    If there is anything remotely spiritual about the east coast earthquake, it was probably caused by the Founding Fathers tumbling in their graves…

    • barenakedislam says:

      xoanon, the National Cathedral suffered the most damage in the earthquake. Some people think it was a sign from God, because earlier, the NC had hosted a quran reading by a Muslim imam. I wouldn’t say it’s impossible.

  12. ffigtree says:

    “Before the White House starts to Blame Hurricane Irene for the destruction wrought by Obamanomics, this weekend’s offering…” Michael Ramirez 🙂


  13. ShArKy666 says:

    hey everyone!~!…i’m here in westchester new york and so far just some rain but nothin serious and thankful about no WINDS yet either…i don’t wanna see any damage to my new house after i’m almost done rebuidlin it 😐

  14. Palin2012 says:

    Here’s a “funny” –

    A man died and went to heaven.
    As he stood in front of St. Peter at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks
    behind him
    He asked, what are all those clocks?
    St. Peter answered, those are Lie-Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie-Clock;
    Every time you lie the hands on your clock will move.
    Oh, said the man, whose clock is that?
    That’s Mother Teresa’s. The hands have never moved, indicating that she never told
    a lie.
    Incredible, said the man.
    And whose clock is that one?
    St. Peter responded, that’s Abraham Lincoln’s clock. The hands have moved twice,
    telling us that Abe told only two lies in his entire life.
    Where’s President Obama’s clock? asked the man.
    Obama’s clock is in Jesus’ office. He’s using it as a ceiling fan.

  15. Teri says:

    Teri reporting from Richmond, Va. 🙂 It’s 8:30 ish and the wind & rain are still whipping. No electricity for about two hours today, not bad. The worst should be over soon. Other than seeing hundreds of leaf chunks and small tree branches in my yard, nothing significant damage-wise. I pray those up north will be OK. I actually agree with Bloomberg for the first time. His decision to shut everything down was a wise call. God be with you all. Be safe.

  16. MainelyRight says:

    All quiet on the Downeast Maine front. Even though I’m on the Atlantic, we’re not expecting anything more than some heavy rain tomorrow and probably a little stronger than normal winds. We may lose power for awhile, but I’ve got a gas stove AND a full house generator. We lose power quite often down here. To be safe, I harvested everything out of the garden that was even remotely ripe. Now what am I going to do with 5 heads of red cabbage and 6 cauliflower?

    • houstongracie says:

      Mainely, that is awesome you have a full house generator. I am having generator envy right now. Hopefully you’re predictions will be correct. Now…for the red cabbage and cauliflower you can pickle the cabbage and can it. Make a vat of cream of cauliflower soup and freeze it in batches. Other than that I’ve got nothing……

      • MainelyRight says:

        Gracie, That’s a great idea. Also I wonder if I can make RED saurkraut? I’ll have to look into that. I bought a lot of canning jars for my tomatoes. I’ve counted 130, and they’re just starting to ripen. This is the first year I’ve had a garden. I’ve always claimed a brown thumb. But with tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, cantaloupe, three kinds of peppers, potatoes and an herb garden, I guess my thumb’s going GREEN. This is what the economy has brought me too. And we’re talking about getting chickens and a milk cow next spring. Well, it’s healthy, no antibiotics or growth hormones.

  17. dr4ensic says:

    Still hot here in Texas. Well over 30 days now of plus 105 temp.
    Satan just called and said he wanted his weather back…he can have it.

  18. Shifra says:

    Hey TAMS – Reporting here from Queens, NY (I mean, Weiner Country 🙂 ) Was raining on and off today but it’s now starting to really pour. So far, so good. We do not have a generator (houstongracie: generator envy LOL!) but we do have a pump in basement that automatically kicks in if the sewers don’t work. And I *did* get extra Starbucks, so we are good! Hope all NC and Va TAMS stay safe! And Tammy, feel better! 🙂

    • houstongracie says:

      When all else fails, break out the Starbucks! Y’all stole my storm!! Send rain to Texas!!! Take care and be safe my friend! Keep us posted from “Weinerville” central.

    • hatter83 says:

      Thanks houston and shifra

    • JuanitaDugas says:

      Morning breaks in VA and we were VERY lucky with no damage here at home and never even lost power with NO.V.E.C.(co-op). Hoping my TAM friends are as fortunate. Sad for those who weren’t and for the loss of life. It’s not over for NY so stay safe Shifra and have a Starbucks for me and one for Tammy. I see Tammy bravely posted the Palin Report….getting to it soon. Feel better Tammy and thanks Gina for the support.

    • naga5 says:

      what is this “rain” you speak of? it made all the headlines here in SoCal. its like water comes out of the sky instead of thru pipes from the colorado river. thats crazy.
      all kidding, aside, prayers up for all TAMs and non-TAMs for that matter. be safe, be smart. is it true that there will be no public transit till monday afternoon in NY? thats gotta suck.
      the gray cloud is that shep smith is on fox. silver lining is so is julie banderas. hot.
      thanks for the update gina. hope you had a nice walk in the sweltering heat and syd was well hydrated.
      feel better tammy!

  19. PalinPromotions says:

    Information for van leaving out of Houston, Texas to Indianola, Iowa:


    Information for bus leaving out of Dallas, Texas to Indianola, Iowa:


  20. hatter83 says:

    I live north of Philadelphia in the suburbs. Thankful I still have power this morning, and looks like the very worst of the storm is past us. It got scary late last night at about 10PM – there were tornado warnings all over the place.(don’t know if any actally touched the ground) Hoping everyone impacted by this storm is ok. Thanks for the prayers!

  21. Shifra says:

    I just now tweeted: “Bye bye Irene. You left so suddenly. No note, no forwarding address. Was it something I said?”

  22. dennisl59 says:

    Hurricane Irene? Meh. We’re waiting for ‘Hurricane TAM-ee’ Only 9 more to go and when it comes it’ll be a direct hit on the White House, figuratively speaking of course… 😉

  23. Shifra says:

    Glad to hear JuanitaDugas and hatter83 are safe. All is quiet now, no damage in ‘hood. However, just heard that a man lost his life in upstate NY after helping a child who was hit by a falling wire, which apparently was a “live” wire. The boy is in the hospital. So, still need to be careful!

  24. Shifra says:

    Addendum: Our phone landline is, um, no longer alive. (Can’t use the “d” word or this post will go into “moderation.”) Phone company says they are “backed up” and can send someone to fix the line in two weeks. Swell 🙁

  25. ecu22331963 says:

    Update: Central Texas is still Hot like a freaken Iraqi Desert.

    With my Hat in Hand, NY can we please have your Rain, keep your Politics, Taxes, and Crime…..just the Rain please……Thanks.

    • dennisl59 says:

      Agree, it’s been a ‘tad warm’ for a while down there in Round Rock, too, But I’d rather have 105 than 25 anyday of the week after week after week…What we’ve been missing are those overnight thunderstorms, the ones at 2am or so where all heck breaks loose, lightning and thunder and THEN to goes to 105!(Side note: I was out driving early in the morning(like 230am this morning) back from a job site and it was still 88…geez) Ciao’. posted 8/28 430pm Texans for Palin Time.

      • ecu22331963 says:

        Update: News is coming in…….A Cigarette Lighted by it’s self when a “patron” stepped outside a Central TX Bar…..waiting for Confirmation……Stand By…..were going Live to Dennis!

    • Ladybug13USA says:

      I would love to send you’all in Texas some of our Pacific NorthWest rain. I have relatives near Dallas and have been praying for rain 4 Texas at their request for several weeks now. 🙂

  26. jeaneeinabottle says:

    Why, after all these years Edison has to turn the power off because they don’t want the lines to get wet? I listened to Fox all day, in fact 24 hours(I know, it was so hot here I didn’t want to leave my house, anyway) and the hipe, it was ridiculous. The words they used to describe the storm, Beast, slamming, barreling, whipping, what is that? They even had a lady on from the weather station, a scientist that actually said there wasn’t an eye in this storm…isn’t that the dangerous part? They had people tweeting questions like, where’s is the destruction, and why are you predicting mass destruction from a tropical storm and why do you have people out there if it’s sooo dangerous? Over the day, they had to sound and push that danger message, destruction everywhere! What they realized is, people didn’t really need the news to know what was going on, people were talking to each other with twitter. I knew exactly what was happening and what the outcome was before Fox did and how they described the same thing totally different. It’s awesome, thank you geeks everywhere! I think they know, and that’s the reason for all the gov control of the roads, buses, trains, everything, even though it’s not now needed. They again, are over reaching and they’re control freaks. I think we will see a backlash of independence and the rejection of the government as our daddy, and the media, puhleez, it’s pathetic. Americans aren’t liking being in the baby role, I think we have had enough 🙂

  27. otlset says:

    Gotta love the news coverage of this.

    On one MSNBC story yesterday the reporter on a beach was all hunkered over bracing with his hood on, seemingly struggling to keep his balance in the face of the oncoming wind and rain — while behind him closer to the waves two folks nonchalantly strolled by like nothing was going on! It was really funny!

    Oh those talking newsheads — they’re so *concerned* for us!

  28. Teri says:

    Richmond was gorgeous today weather-wise. Spent a good part of the day picking up hundreds of small branches. I’m one of the lucky ones with power. Lots of trees down in the adjoining neighborhoods. Glad to hear you are feeling better Tammy 😀

  29. SmallgGay says:

    Looks like we made it. I made it through the rain. I can’t smile without you! 😉

    • dennisl59 says:

      smallg?…you just broke the TAM Points Calculator with the Barry Manilow, Triple Play, Song Title References. We have to replace the system board(still under warrenty) now, hope to have it retested and up and running by showtime today. Geez…

      posted 8/29 805am Texans for Palin Time

  30. MainelyRight says:

    Tammy, thanks for telling us about Mr. L’s Tavern. Great stuff. Stayed inside during the wind and rain (can’t call it a hurricane) and watched/listened to his good material. He’s a fan of yours too. He mentions you in glowing terms more than once.

  31. Ladybug13USA says:

    Hey PalinisTams! I just learned that the Tea Party Rally in Iowa Sept 3rd will be covered by Cspan from 12:00-3:00pm EST.
    My hubby was in the grocery store several months ago and a guy walked up to him and gave him his card. He said he wrote a song for Sarah Palin called “Going Rogue”. His name is Garrett Lloyd King. Well,he just sent me a facebook invite for the Tea Party Rally. He will be debuting his song at the Rally around 11:30-12:00!! If his song is sold through Itunes then maybe Tammy can play it for the Palin Report during the campaign.
    ….And I am still wondering how he figured out that my husband was a Palin fan in a grocery store in the People’s Republik of WA. Hubby doesn’t own a Palin tee shirt…….strange. 🙂

    • Trish S says:

      This is an awesome story! There are no coincidences! The revolution is in motion! Now it’s up to all of us to keep the momentum going! So COOL! PALIN 2012! Thanks, Ladybug 🙂

  32. Nativevoice says:

    It’s Sarah Palin Day. How grateful and happy I was to first see the governor on August 29, 2008 and the feelings are still the same three years later.
    Thank you Gov. Palin for showing me that there can be honesty in public office if you serve for the right reasons; ‘with a servant’s heart’. Thank you for saying ‘Yes” when Sen. McCain called. Thank you for standing up for me and being my voice. Thank you for giving me the courage to question with boldness, to hold to the truth and to speak without fear.
    One day I will be able to say ‘thank you’ for heeding the call of America.
    Happy Anniversary to you and Todd. You are my ‘hero’.
    This song is for you Governor Palin.
    Palin Nation

  33. elleb says:

    More are on the way… to FL.

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