**Bumped up for today only. Poll will close at 3pm PT**

Here it is–the first comprehensive Tammy Blog Survey. There are 26 questions. I hope you have a good time and I look forward to getting to know all of you better ๐Ÿ™‚ The survey will be available only for a limited time, probably for a few days. Once we analyze all the responses we’ll post the results. Thanks for participating, it will really help us get a sense of who you are and how you feel about certain key issues.

You can take the survey only once, but you can go back and change your answers as you go along. Have fun!

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  1. MaryVal says:

    Hope you’ll share the survey results with us, it would be fascinating.

  2. Cernunnos81 says:

    Okies, I have done it… A couple of questions could have been answered better with write in, but it is what it is. Hope you enjoy the info and it helps in Some way.

    • Tammy says:

      Tell me which ones you would have preferred write-ins for. We will have more of these and it’s all a learning experience ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Ken-P says:

        Tammy, the web page says “Thank you for completing our survey!” and shows a button that says [Done] so apparently I can’t get back to the survey page and get a copy of the questions. I logged out and logged back in and it’s the same. Did I take a wrong turn somewhere?

      • angelaisms says:

        The one that immediately comes to mind here are the desert islands ones. The men you listed are great, but I would prefer that guy I married. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • Mark America says:

        Tammy, I agree with Angelaisms: Those desert island questions were tough for me, so I skipped them. Too many people I didn’t know, and honestly, nobody I’d want on the island w/me.

      • katzemeow says:

        The occupation/employment questions needs a write in or other category, I left it blank completely as I am a book-keeper who works from home and I homeschool. So, I work (2 completely different fields), and am a homemaker full time.

        Also, the education question needs either “some college” (my current status) or “in college” (what I aspire to always be) or other type answer.

      • handsofmajic says:

        Left blank where the choice did not fit. like do I have a gun? That is something I would not answer on the Internet but a good choice of additional answers could have been “Well Da”.

        Island choice in women was beauty (ya right) Marlyn “well Da”. Choice in men, offering a possibility of survival beyond myself is Allen West. He just might know how to get food & shelter.

        As far a Sarah Palin. I think I was “disappointed”. My belief that she is “still” the greatest possibility of turning the country around. the truest conservative / libertarian who could be elected or at the very least cause the conversation that could bring forward things to do to save the county. If Sarah had announced to run would the news be about Cain settling a sexual harassment suite? Mitt Perry & Rick Romney standing around smiling?

        Pets, I adore dogs and had one all during my childhood. However, our life style is not conducive to having pets. Do not need children who never grow up no matter how much they adore you.

        Business, self employed, massage therapy. Healing art, professional, healer? can not seem to decide

  3. Kat says:

    I completed my exam Professor Tammy…..may I go to recess now?

  4. Shifra says:

    Well, this was fun ๐Ÿ™‚ But, under the question re: pets, there was no option for “like animals but do not have pets.” And, does this count under “have cats” if we have several wild cats who roam around our lawn, knock over our trashcans and eat quite well, dining on our chicken/turkey left-overs? And, under “desert island” questions, I would have liked to *explain* my selections. OK, am I being a pain in the a–? Hey, I’m a TAM, whaddaya expect??? ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. kmsimchak says:

    Are you sure those aren’t raccoon shifra? LOL I completed my homework and yes it was fun. I was little disappointed no boxer/briefs or grannies/thongs queestion- that would be intersting demographically speaking.

  6. oualdeaux says:

    Jonesin’ the results and ananysis. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. JLThorpe says:

    The desert island questions could’ve used write-ins. Or maybe a “significant other” selection, for those with significant others.

    A question about sexual preference would’ve been interesting. I’ve noticed there are a lot of gay TAMs, so the demographics would’ve been fun to see (assuming TAMs want to reveal that info, of course).

  8. dogbite says:

    whew- hope i passed…

  9. GarboSpeaks says:

    Fun survey!

    I could have used a write-in for the desert island question. They are all interesting women, but I had to pick Sarah Palin because I could use her to hunt food!

  10. dennisl59 says:

    A couple of questions were inadvertently omitted from the survey, in my opinion:

    1) Pick your most favorite and least favorite amendment ratified to the U.S. Constitution in the 20th Century and

    2) Chili: Beans or No Beans?

    posted 11/3 1015pm Texan for [Survey Says!] Time

  11. imacat says:

    Good questions. In a future survey it would be interesting to hear about our families, like our ethnic heritage, how many siblings we have, and where we are in the birth order, in addition to marital status and number of human children. Religious affiliation would be interesting as well.

  12. jimmer says:

    That was fun! I like that the desert island questions were restrictive. Really made you think about it! (I thought for sure there would be a question about music… ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  13. ecu22331963 says:

    Uh uh Tammy, what did I win for completing the Survey / Non-Test???

    PS: Tammy Please take your finger off the trigger, makes me nervous.

  14. El Gordo says:

    I didn’t answer the desert island questions because we cats are a solitary sort. ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Chuck says:

    Tammy, thanks for the opportunity to participate. This was easier than the American Community Survey! ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. Ladybug13USA says:

    I am basically computer illerate but this is ridiculous… I discovered that I can’t click on the circles. To fill in the circle I had to click on the word next to it. That was fine but when I got to the last part of the survey I couldnt click on any of the circles so I had to quit. I am on a laptop. Do I have to download something to be able to click on the circles? How embarrassing. I will be pulling my lampshade wayyyy down over my face and cutting eye holes in it. Can’t show my face on this site again. ๐Ÿ™

    • tamcat says:

      No, no, no. You will get to take the survey one way or another. Don’t give up. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Tammy says:

      Ladybug, I dont know why you’re having that problem but I’ll have Gina get to back you Friday. If anyone else can help Ladybug in the meantime please do ๐Ÿ™‚

    • sometimes the click field does not match up with the actual graphic of the circle. This can be a bug on some websites and/or browsers. I use a mac with firefox, and I have a similar problem when on the Palin TV site. I have to click to the right of the “play video” icon before I can play the video. So a trick that may work is to hoover the mouse pointer over to the right or left of the circle and try clicking around until you hit the field. Once you find the sweet spot, then click the similar area near the following circles. Hopefully this has been helpful.

      • Ladybug13USA says:

        Thanks for the tip! I will try it with the next survey. It makes sense that the click field didn’t match up with the graphic. I will also download firefox. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. tamcat says:

    Tammy will you know who we are on the survey? It’s okay with me. I found the questions to be very basic, yet helpful to you. ๐Ÿ™‚ I am curious about Tammy blog viewers’ music likes.

  18. MaryVal says:

    Oh my, we would have too much fun with a TAM member written survey. And that would be chili WITH beans. Dark red kidney beans.

  19. ffigtree says:

    Re my answer to “Do you have any pets?” I do but they chose me. I never thought of myself as a cat person but now I have three!

  20. Jeffrey says:

    On the stranded island question- Of course we pick you ANYWAY, other options were second choice ๐Ÿ™‚ On the Chili- NO MEAT and EXTRA BEANS!

  21. I chose Reagan, but would hope to get the younger more agile Reagan. I just couldn’t imagine trying to care for him in his later years while trapped on an island. Oh the fun we’d have sitting by the camp fire, listening to all his zingers and short stories about the USSR. oh well, another time, another life…

  22. LJZumpano says:

    OK, I reviewed the survey, and will get to doing it today, BUT I do hate surveys. Perhaps because I look at it thru that filter, perhaps because I tend to be unruly and “contrary”, my points:
    1. some of us have “some college”, though not a degree
    2. If I were to be on a desert island, I would like a “live” person with me. Too many dead or almost on their way out folks listed for me, though as I mentioned to one TAM, I would be happy to share the island with the likes of Leonard Cohen, old though he might be, if I could also have my BFF and love of my life hubby with me.
    3. I hate age ranges. I am 4 months away from jumping into the next grouping and it just feels weird.
    4. I have a problem with the word Palinista. I would have preferred a definition of the word, since different ppl seem to give it different meanings. Does it mean I think Palin can do no wrong in my eyes and I would follow her blindly or does it mean I appreciate how she personifies the modern woman, strong, capable and given the opportunity, ready to take her place along side the modern man?
    Ok. I could go on, but I won’t. In case I wasn’t clear, I do hate surveys.

  23. otlset says:

    For future consideration…

    Favorite cow breed:






    6)Texas Longhorn

    Favorite lampshade style:


    2)Basic cardboard



  24. 1ntbtn says:

    Tammy, If I was stranded on an island, I would want to be with my TAM family. Since I became a member, watching the comments of others, and being in the chat room, when I can, I can see the care that we share for one another, to me, it’s all good. Thank you Tammy, It was a fun survey. I hope we have more.

  25. houstongracie says:

    Unlike the RNC surveys we get in the mail, Tammy’s survey didn’t come with a $$$ request and SHE deserves one!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. Kevin says:

    The survey made me miss Sarah. I am extremely disappointed she decided not to run. I saw her as the personification of the conservative ascendancy. I cannot yet accept that I was wrong in believing in her.

    • GarboSpeaks says:


      You were not wrong in believing in what she stood for. Sarah is still the same Sarah as far as her conservative values are concerned.

      I was disappointed that she decided not to run, and I was not pleased with the way she handled the announcement and events leading up to it. Part of me has lost a bit of respect for her. Not because she didn’t want to run, no one is obligated to commit to something this huge, but because of her handling of the whole thing, right from the bus tour in June to Oct. 5.

      But I’m getting over that disappointment now. Perhaps this “unshackled” role is her destiny. She can now be a very effective whistleblower. She couldn’t have done that as a candidate. Obama and the GOP establishment had better watch out, because an unshackled Sarah Palin can be very dangerous!

      I don’t know if Palin will get another chance at running for POTUS, or if she’ll even want to. I think perhaps we have “romanticized” the idea of a President Palin. Maybe it was never in the cards, at least not for 2012. Or maybe I’m just trying to rationalize and make sense of her decision.

  27. Rogue2012 says:

    It feels great to be part of history…..Tammy’s first survey!!! Just a shout out to Sarah Palin. If it wasn’t for Sarah Palin I would not have found Tammy’s site.

    PALIN 201?

    • GarboSpeaks says:

      I found Tammy’s site because of Palin. But I have become a bigger Tammy fan than Sarah fan. It think it’s safe for me to say that here. Tammy is my new hero. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • Rogue2012 says:

        God Bless Sarah and Tammy and all strong women everywhere. But most of all God Bless the greatest lady of all The United States of America. May we turn her around on the right course for us all.

  28. kmsimchak says:

    I would like to know how many TAMs are bloggers and active in the media and how many are like me, just a mom who needs the rest of you to keep me in the loop!?

  29. Alain41 says:

    I got mood swings while filling out: Friendly, More Tequila, hmmm Marilyn Monroe.

    Conclusion: This survey is much better than the Census Bureaus.

  30. LoriG says:

    Struggled with the “still a Palinista.” I don’t think I’m moving through the 5 stages of grief very well. Very POed about how she handled the decision.

    Those desert island questions were completely unfair! :0) I had to note my second tier (and damn, it was close) selections in one of the “other” fields. Possibility of an additional comments box at the bottom of future surveys?

    Plus, not a gun owner. Yet.

    That was fun Tammy, keep ’em coming!

  31. trevy says:

    Interesting survey. If I were on a desert island, well, the husband part of me would want my wife there, but, the PROTECTIVE husband part of me would rather her be safe at home.
    I gave you my 2 cents worth, so I hope it helps you better design your blog.

    Here’s what isn’t in the survey;

    Religion: Southern Baptist
    Marital Status: Married
    Mixed Marriage: My wife is Chinese
    Children: 2, one son and one daughter. The son is autistic.
    Favorite Handgun: S&W Model 66 .357 magnum
    Favorite Roadtrip: Route 66
    Bi-lingual: I know some American Sign Language

  32. Mark America says:

    As to questions 22&23: Too many people I didn’t know and had to look up. 4 women and 2 men. Anyway, I’d be better off alone on the island.

    question 3: I’m an objectivist

    • Tammy says:

      Maybe having to look up people can be good ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’ll keep the Objectivist aspect in mind for the next time, thanks for the reminder.

      • Mark America says:

        Absolutely, having to look people up was ‘good,’ I suppose. Here was my list:

        Tilda Swinton
        Marilyn Monroe
        J.K. Rowling
        Angelina Jolie
        Cary Grant
        Clark Gable

        Although once I looked up MM, I recognized her picture though I hadn’t known her name.

        • niner says:

          Just the thought of being alone on a deserted island with Sarah Palin, brings such dreamy excitement, whoo hoo…….LOL

          • imacat says:

            I picked Sarah because she’s fun and upbeat and has all the survival skills that I wish I had. I also picked Allen West because he’s the coolest and I know I’d be safe with him.

  33. Samster1 says:

    Nice survey: that was fun. I think the best way to answer questions on a survey is to just answer with your first intuition. I don’t mind people knowing who I am (well, you guys anyway–not that anyone can tell by my login name: Samster1). I enjoyed the comments of other Tams. I’m seldom able to be on the Tam chat and have to catch the program on podcast, but I’m with ya in spirit and enjoy taking part in these “group” things.

  34. movemagicstory says:

    Why so many questions, 30% of the survey, regarding or including Sarah Palin? Maybe we should have a Sarah Palin survey as a stand alone survey.

    I thought the question concerning our ideology was a bit redundant/confusing. Maybe the reason I have a minor problem with this is because my opinion of conservatism is that one is either a conservative to the founding principles of our nation, the Declaration of Independence, and the U. S. Constitution, or one is not. To me, the categories “religious conservative,” “very conservative,” “independent conservative,” and, “conservative” seem to accept the narrative of the MSM and the political elite. Again, to me, one is either a conservative or, one is not.

    Overall, I appreciated the survey and will continue participate when they are offered in the future.

    • Tammy says:

      Thanks, we put in the ‘redundant’ sorts of questions because we know that people identify differently for a variety of reasons. It does get personal so I wanted to see what people responded to.

      And re the Palin questions, they didn’t ‘replace’ any other questions, and many peeps here are Palinistas. This is information I’m personally curious about plus I need to know where TAMs stand on that still emerging issue.

    • imacat says:

      The American Heritage Dictionary defines conservative as “tending to oppose change; favoring traditional views and values”. The term may therefore apply to other areas than one’s view of America’s founding principles and documents. For example, a Christian conservative believes in the inspiration, inerrancy, and infallibility of the Bible, while a conservative dresser prefers businesslike attire as opposed to something, say, like Jedediah Bila on Redeye, which, I might add, is perfectly lovely but not the way I dress as a teacher, nor would I look as good as Jedediah in anything. Oh well…

  35. Reb says:

    Interesting survey – a few spots I would have liked to add a bit or clarify my answer. Thanks Tammy………..for what it’s worth – though I was totally shocked when Sarah withdrew – I still believe she is the ONLY candidate or potential who has and is ALL I believe my beloved country needs.

  36. johnnygopher says:

    I couldn’t answer the pet question, because I love both dogs and cats, and until a couple of years ago had 2 cats and a wonderful Golden Retriever. Alas they all lived happy long lives, but died at the ages of 16,17 and almost 16, they just got old. I’m just not ready yet to get back into pet-owner lifestyle…yet. Interesting survey, though, and I look forward to seeing what other TAM’s thoughts are.

  37. ReardenSteel says:

    I finished! The lost respect for Palin question I think should have had an answer that said “I was a disappointed” instead of ” lost respect for her because I how it was handled”. I didn’t lose much respect for her but was disappointed in how she did it. Great survey Tammy, thanks!

  38. JHSII says:

    For the record, I am a cat person, but have 3 dogs that want to kill cats so I have no cats.

    • sharon says:

      LOL!…I hear ya! I am really a dog person but my damn son is allergic…. so no dogs for us…. bastard! The cats don’t bother him at all, but I do love my cat.. and of course the one I had to have put down before her. Animals bring an unconditional love like no other.

    • ffigtree says:

      I’m a dog person trapped in a cat person’s body. 3 cats own me.

  39. TheresaMC says:

    I enjoyed the survey! Can’t wait to see results.

    I kept thinking “Wilson” for one of the Island answers. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I chose Palin and West for the island because I find both of them interesting and
    I would like talking to them, but most of all beacuase it gave me the best survival odds.

    Here is what I wrote right after Palin’s announcement:
    Thank God Abraham Lincoln did not put his family first….could anyone have blamed him? Thank God our American soldiers do not put their famlies first….could anyone blame them? I pray to God that we get someone who is strong enough to do the job. I thought the person to lead us was Sarah Palin; I was wrong and I do not blame her.

    Really really loved the survey! Thanks Tammy!

  40. BarbaraM says:

    Great survey, and it will be interesting to see the answers and I hope you keep the TAMs separate. I wonder how many non-TAMs will reply.
    PS: Question 18 has TRAVEL as a choice twice…I suggest replacing one with boating!

  41. CIVLAKFLT says:

    That was fun. A couple of topics seemed kind of vague and I wasn’t sure what the context was: Animal Issues, I love animals and would read stories about them but I’m not a PETA person. The same with human interest. I’m quite curmudgeonly most times but I would read a human interest story as long as it wasn’t someone whining about how the world, or Herman Cain, did them wrong ๐Ÿ™‚

    Have a great weekend, y’all!

    Tammy, you need to step up to an AR-15.

  42. sharon says:

    Thank you for the survey! it was an honor to participate.

    I would have liked a section for additional comments. I would have liked to have stated that I first learned of Tammy by accident. I turned on the Laura Ingraham show and Tammy was on. It was immediately after the dumb bastard was elected and before we became Palinistas. I was hooked from day one! You have a wonderful way of communicating and you really put your whole heart and soul into it. Your show has a “family” feel to it, like no other. You had me at crap sandwich!

    Since that time I have read your books, listened to the speeches you posted (and the other ones I could find) and I really feel as if I know you personally. I know we all appreciate all that you do, and I so look forward to your perspective on things. My husband is not as political as I am, but he listened to me talk about you quite often. We share the same conservative principles but he lets me do all the work. When my husband sat down and watched the ‘Undefeated”, I came home from work and he stated ” HEY! that Tammy Bruce you like so well is a commentator in the Undefeated! and she is really GOOD!…The funny thing was that he told me as if I was unaware.. I thought it was kind of cute actually.

    Just wanted to say hang in there, thanks again, and I look forward to fighting the good fight along side of you. I am proud to be a card carrying TAM.

    • Ladybug13USA says:

      The only time I ever turned on the Laura Ingraham show, Tammy was on it! It may have been the same day you tuned in! I have never listened to a Laura show unless Tammy is doing it. LOL!

      • sharon says:

        LOL..me too! No disrespect at all, but Laura is not one of my favorites by a mile.

        • I was heartened to see Monica Crowley on the factor the other day instead of Laura. I hate it when Laura, (and many others on Fox) just ambush their guests to the point where you wonder why the hell they even have guests on. They should really give her some Ritilen from time to time. Next time they should just hold a picture cut out of Charlie Rangle, and simply mock him. That would be better television. After the Coulter, Ingraham high school Palin rant, I have closed my mind to them as intellectuals and skip over their video segments. There are plenty of smart, gifted people to draw opinions from. Life is too short to listen to petty, self impressed, shallow people. And as far as being shallow… I must say, Crowely was looking very lovely that night;)

  43. FrankRemley says:

    I wanted to write-in Elizabeth Hurley on the desert island question. I chose Cleopatra instead. Just hope she doesn’t bring along her pet asp.

  44. angelaisms says:

    Oh, poo, I guess I missed the “fill in the blank” section on the hobby question. So I’ll add these to the list: cross stitch, singing, writing, video games, and baking my own bread (yum!). I also have taken a recent interest in genealogy, and was able to find my paternal grandmother’s (living) half-cousins that she didn’t even know she had, which was kind of awesome. (It wasn’t due to my own genealogical prowess; I simply managed to be in the right place at the right time.)

    I used to be quite good at sketching, though I am woefully out of practice, but I’m a total noob when you start throwing color into the mix. And I was a theatre major in college (never finished), though that becomes a bit more difficult to make a hobby of with a young child. And I want to learn to sew.

  45. Ginger says:

    Enjoyed the survey, Tammy..As far as being stranded on a desert island with a woman, besides you, of course, Tammy, I’d pick Sarah Palin, because I know she would figure something out!..and she would be a happy warrior about it..! P. S. I would ask her, however, while we were stranded together why she took so long to tell us she wasn’t going to run and why she handeld the overall situation like she did. I’ve gotten over my heartache and being upset about her decision, but if she reversed her decision and decided to run, I’d be the most happiest warrior of all! …and a woman IS allowed to change her mind now, isn’t she?

  46. Trish S says:

    The survey was fun! I am fascinated by birth order and how that shapes a person. I think a question about where in the family one falls would be good. Additional suggestions: Describe yourself using 5 adjectives, and make everyone fill out a blank US map with the name of all 57 states ๐Ÿ˜€ LOL! Seriously, I’d love to know how many TAMS know their states. That part would have to be timed, so that people couldn’t look up the answers. Gina can figure that all out. Also, favorite color, food, song and drink:) BTW: picked Palin re stranded on an island, b/c she would kill the animal for dinner, and so that I could grill her (pardon the pun) on the handling of the not running for prez clustertruck:)

  47. Kat says:

    Hubby just took the Survey….had a good time even though he thinks I twisted his arm….LOL!!!! He thinks there should have been more Gun related questions…*rolling my eyes*…..LOL! Actually, in constructive comments he had two suggestions:1- Under the employment there needs to be ” other” or a “disabled” (since he falls into that category)! 2- Under TAM subscriber he would like “other” or “Married to a subscriber”!
    P.S. He thinks you should keep yourself in the running to be on the deserted island, unless you have a deserted island phobia….LOL! Also, he says Thank you for keeping his wife out of his hair for atleast 2 hrs/day! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ !

  48. RandFan says:

    Just took the survey. I agree with others above–the desert island question needed a write-in option. I did my own write in in another field above it. Can’t “herd the cats.” LOL! And what self-respecting gay man wouldn’t want to be stranded on a desert island with Alexander the Great?! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  49. Sailing_J says:

    That was fun! I’ll tell you ANYTHING Tammy!

  50. Artgal says:

    For the desert island picks, I chose Palin because she knows how to survive in the wild. As for men, I picked Reagan because I’d want someone with a sense of humor who believed our better days were ahead of us – even in seemingly hopeless situations. Plus, he would help me chop wood.

    Ultimately though, if this had been a write in, I would have chosen Ginger since she’s ‘been there – done that’ with this whole island survival thingy. Then again, Mary Ann had the desert island culinary skills.

  51. GarboSpeaks says:

    It looks like everyone wants a write-in option for the island question.

    If I could write-in my answer, I’m going to be greedy and pick Tammy and Sarah Palin. I just want to see what will happen (post-Oct. 5) if those two women are stuck on an island together. I’ll be the moderator. LOL.

  52. Cary says:

    The island option was easy for me out of those choices; Sarah Palin and Mark Steyn. Great survey Tammy! I’ll be happy to participate in more whenever you create one.

  53. twas a wonderful survey! I would have loved a write in for favorite color (just kidding!), and a pet option for bunnies:) and/or all things 4 legged and furry! as I am a dogcatbunny person… Would not it be great to have a write in for the most cruel and unusual punishment constitutionally allowable for murderers and the like? Such talk seems to stir up Tammy’s vengeful side;) She would surely get a kick out of it!

  54. darlenemsw says:

    Fun survey to do. Although I put Romney as my choice (whoever can beat Obama), I am open to Newt. Putting aside his crazy personal life and his mishaps regarding Ryan’s plan, I have heard by many that he could outperform Obama in a debate hands down.

    I loved the last questions about the importance of such matters as history, military and politics. All of these are of the utmost importance to me as they should be for every American. Alas, that is not the case. American Idol and other reality TV trumps any programs about those issues. Liberals will continue to believe what they see. I just came from lunch with a dear, long-term friend. I thought she might have altered her supportive stance towards Obama because of his position towards Israel. Not the case. She continues to defend him like the rest of the liberals. We Conservatives truly believe what we see.

    Thank you Tammy for giving us this thought-provoking survey.



  55. lovestohootowls says:

    Liked all the Palin questions, Tammy. Through C4P I came to know you.
    I soon became a hearty TAM and now my husband also. I quit Laura Ingram
    for you. I was devastated by Palin’s late decision as it confirmed to
    others that we appeared to be used and led on. Palin’s cavalier treatment
    of those who so valiantly and faithfully supported and defended her
    was inexcusable. I truly do share in your hurt and disappointment. My
    treasured “Game On” shirt and Palin bumper stickers sit in the darkest
    place in my closet and my two copies of the Undefeated gather dust. Perhaps
    I put her on a pedastal too high with expectations, but I know she could
    have really made a difference. We just love your take on things and we chuckle as
    and despise Mr & Mrs Dumb Bastard along with you. You are a Patriot, Tammy
    and we truly appreciate all your hard work. Thanks for being you!!
    Your show is a blessing to us.

    • Tammy says:

      That’s so kind of you, I truly appreciate it. I know the last month has been very difficult for Palinistas, and I hope I can help us make it through so we can still have the biggest impact possible and save our great nation. I’m honored you, and all the rest of the TAMs, are here ๐Ÿ™‚

      • lovestohootowls says:

        W-Hoot!!! (owl talk) I got a real Tammy response! Ah, the power of our
        Commanding General of the Army of the United TAMS!!! You
        made my day!!!

    • nordic_light says:

      love, I share your raw feelings, but I just cant figure her out as I see no gain for her doing it this way, “used and led on” but why and for what ? Pointless.
      I cant find a real explanation just contradictions, it’s still a riddle. Though I have a theory.

  56. lord-ruler says:

    I picked Elizabeth the first to be with so I could ask her about Francis Drake and what his secret mission on the west coast of america was and how far north he made it. I would also ask about his battle with the Spanish Armada. I would also want to ask her about Sir Walter Raleigh and his exploits. Then I would ask her about her thoughts on executing the Queen of Scotts. She would definately be the most interesting woman on that list to talk to.

  57. Kevin says:

    Hello GarboSpeaks,

    I appreciate your reply comment to my heart-felt disappointment in Sarah for not running for president. For sure, I will never stop believing in what she stands for. Rather, I was totally convinced that she, in fact, had the “fire in her belly” to run for president. She said she did not so long ago. What happened? Who knows…No time to worry about that. Now, we have to find the candidate who comes close to Sarah’s stated commitment to our first principles and who understands the trouble this country is in. I’m thinking that candidate is Newt.

    Tam, I enjoyed the survey, lots of fun!!

  58. Karan says:

    I was busy with my daughter’s wedding this weekend. But I tried taking the survey early this morning and again this afternoon. But it says the survey is closed. I thought it would be up through Tuesday or Wednesday.


  59. Teri says:

    Was out of town and not on computer for 4 days, missed the survey :'(

  60. jiaconis says:

    I was so looking forward to taking the survey, however, I did not know it was going to close today at 3:00, BUMMER, Do you plan on doing this again in the near future…

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