This one, frankly, brings tears to my eyes, WOW....awesome, will crosspost tomorrow.thanks for posting
Sweet! it's great! whoever put it together at KVUU did awesome.
Does anyone understand what the reporter says about "the moment he noticed things were different and had changed forever"?It sounds derogatory to me, like she was now too big for AK reporters or something. I didn't get that from the part of the interview they showed when he was talking ...My impression is that she was "going rogue" to talk with them in the first place, since it seems the McCain people had nothing but disdain for Alaskans, the reporters, the governor's office staff, etc., ...
Hey hrh!I know that was the thing I was wondering about too. I think it wasn't so much deragatory as it was just factual.Now that their governor's in the media spotlight, she'll pretty much always be there, intentional or not. That's what I got out of it after thinking about it.But, yeah, I'm not exactly sure about the moment he's talking about in her answering the question. Maybe it was a point of realization for him that now it's going to be tough just to ask his own governor a question? :-)
I believe that the fundamental point is that Sarah, at that point, no longer belonged to Alaska, she belonged to America and the world.That is why she will be POTUS 45!!!!You Betchaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Dear Sarah's Full Court Press,Thanks for snagging that video regarding Alaska's Biggest News Story!! It's great!! Since you name your blog, Sarah's Full- Court Press, I was wondering if by chance you knew what the music was that they played at the basketball arena in Ohio as Sarah Palin made her initial entrance that wonderful morning of August 29th 2008!! Would love to get a copy of it. Whenever I watch the entrance and the music of that morning I get real misty.
Another Sarah Blogger told me that the entrance music that was given to Gov. Palin as she walked out on that basketball court in Ohio Friday morning in August was the song "Take us Out" from the Soundtrack of the Movie "Rudy"
Yup! It is from the movie "Rudy!" That's Sarah Palin's favorite!
I think it was sad, on their part--not derogatory, but in a very real sense, at that point, she didn't belong to them anymore (not in the same way, anyway). Looking back, I think we can see that it's really not so much that she changed as that the circumstances changed, for one, and the campaign asserted its control, for another; but from the point of view of the Alaska press, it's really all the same.
Palinista said...Yup, it's from the movie "Rudy" thats Sarah Palin's Favorite! Palinista, do you know where Sarah Palin mentions that "Rudy" is one of her favorite movies? That would be great to read!! I enjoy the movie as well for personal and inspirational reasons.
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