McCain Letter Sarah Palin ‘dis-invite’ Partisan Politics Much?

Can you imagine anyone..causing their opponent’s party VP selection to be dis-invited from this type of event or any event for that matter? I think somebody might be afraid of some competition with the star power. Plus they can see the difference in her authenticity in comparison. Shame on any who would support such an insult!

Well, we see how the country is put first. I am ashamed that such a team represents any party in America. This shows they will never work with anyone that has different views. They are mean spirited AND Partisan. Politics and Party goals ahead of country. Well, you are showing the American people what you really are and how ineffective you would be in negotiations! How can anyone believe in a party when you show this kind of behavior.? If NObama is so great at communtiy organizing and yet he cannot get his own team of supporters to be bipartisan in this endeavor, what qualifies him to lead our country? That is, if he says he had nothing to do with it. Surely he could have persuaded Hillary..surely he has more clout with the organizers. Surely the MSM needs to be all over this. Surely we will have to do something besides just read about it!


Get your local Community papers to run this if you don’t see it mentioned. Write a letter to the editor. Have an email campaign to the MSM, to your friends, to everyone in your address book! Go to work! Don’t let anyone be left out of the loop when it comes to what is happening with the Partisan party! That would be a great new name for you! Let everyone you know the left’s latest insult! What they do not understand is that we are not as stupid as you and your cronies think! We are following the money too!

You have again crossed the line. You have now shown us vividly that your career is more important than the country’s leaders being united as one before Iran. What a peacemaker you are!

A bi-partisan rally against Ahmedinejad’s arrival in NY falls victim to politics.

Read more here

Sent: Thu Sep 18 17:55:22 2008
Subject: Statement by John McCain on the “Stop Iran” Rally


Thursday, September 18, 2008

ARLINGTON, VA — Today, U.S. Senator John McCain issued the following
statement on the “Stop Iran” rally:

“Throughout my political career, I have sought to rise above
partisanship on critical national issues. Nowhere is this more true than
on important matters of national security. Earlier this year, Senator
Clinton, Senator Obama and I issued a joint statement on the genocide in
Darfur and pledged to support efforts to bring it to an end. Earlier
this month, Senator Obama and I put the campaign aside to commemorate
the seventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on our country and talk
about the importance of national service.

“Next Monday, the day before Iranian President Ahmadinejad is to speak
before the United Nations General Assembly, several organizations will
sponsor an event to draw attention to the importance of halting Iran’s
efforts to acquire nuclear weapons. Governor Palin and I share a strong
belief that a nuclear armed Iran poses a grave threat to the security of
Americans and to our allies. Iran is the world’s leading state sponsor
of terrorism. The risk that Iran would provide terrorists with a nuclear
weapon is too great for the world to ignore. Iranian President
Ahmadinejad has denied the Holocaust occurred and called Israel a
’stinking corpse.’ A nuclear-armed Iran would destabilize the entire
region. Preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons should be a
shared goal of every American, not another occasion for partisan

“Governor Palin was pleased to accept an invitation to address this
rally and show her resolve on this grave national security issue,
regrettably that invitation has since been withdrawn under pressure from
Democratic partisans. We stand shoulder to shoulder with Republicans,
Democrats and independents alike to oppose Ahmadinejad’s goal of a
nuclear armed Iran. Senator Obama’s campaign had the opportunity to join
us. Senator Obama chose politics rather than the national interest.”

Read an interesting story here... I highly recommend that you read this in it’s entirety.



  1. This is the first time I have hit your site, but it won’t be the last. I also posted on this and sent a comment I posted on another site to the organizers.
    Bob A.

    Welcome, I tried to visit your site, could not find posts. You are under construction. What I saw looked good. Liked the history on your name for blogging.I will be back as soon as I can. On laptop late and it does not do as well as my desktop. It is getting worn!

  2. Hi Angie, I just came up with something John McCain said today, would you please,please post this ion your blog after you check it out. I have it posted under the name ” McCain said “That’s how we see this election: country first or Obama first.”
    We need to get this out to as many people as we can, so they can see just what Obama really is.

    And now on your post here, Iranian President Ahmadinejad has said that he would wipe Israel off the map, and Obama has said that he would meet and talk with him without conditions. He would hug up to a man like Ahmadinejad so which side is Obama on! Good Post my friend!

    Of course, I will. Just need to decide whether to add it here. Probably needs its own post.

    You got that right! Whose side is he on? Thank you friend.

  3. This whole incident just shows the Democrats for the children they really are.

    I swear it’s like a party of adolescents who act out when they don’t get their way.

    Is liberalism just a case of a mass of people in a state of arrested development exhibiting passive-aggressive tendencies?

    I’m not a psychiatrist, but I did sleep at a Holiday Inn express last night…

    Good post, Miss A!

  4. Apart from Obama, last i head, Hillary was pulling out because Palin was there. They put party and politics ahead of America because the left dislike America. They keep harping on that they want to ‘change’ America, but if you look at what socialism has done around the world and the change is for the worse. Hardly something you do if you really like America isn’t it.

  5. The invitation was withdrawn because of pressure from the Democrats? Why does that not surprise me? Seems I’ve heard that kind of thing before. Even Oprah refuses to interview her. Sarah Palin is all of us and when they shun her, they shun the half of America voting for her. I believe in two parties and checks and balances, but this goes beyond that to a kind of civil cold war stand off.

  6. Dinah, I swear it’s like a party of adolescents who act out when they don’t get their way.Loved this comment..Holiday Inn? you slept good too.

    MK, you are always so right on! Just saw a Russian gal tonight on TV saying she left socialism in Russia, actually Communism but she said socialism..She said the people hated it. There was no incentive to work hard as there was no benefit. Beyond me, how people can want that. I personally think they are fooled into it today.

    Aurora,Sarah Palin is all of us and when they shun her, they shun the half of America voting for her. Yes, they do and they don’t care. This certainly does go way beyond politics as usual..I feel our country is becoming more and more divided. Civil cold war standoff? Think you are right.

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