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I am conservative woman, hear me roar:

The media has done more for John McCain in the last two days than he’s done for himself in the last year and a half,” [Tom] DeLay said. “Trashing her is waking up the sleeping giant, and the sleeping giant is Republican women.”


A movement is born. From Reader D.:

I heard about a convention attendee wearing a shirt that simply stated “I am Sarah Palin”. Hearing this a light bulb went on. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the McCain camp rolled out an “I am Sarah Palin” ad campaign? It would simply be a series of commercials that show a woman describing herself, like “I am a mom of 2 children, I am a wife, I am a PTA volunteer, I am a team mom, I am a marketing executive, I am a Democrat, etc” then the tag line, the woman says “I am Sarah Palin.”

They could have a series of women of different ages and different races giving their story, all saying in the end, “I am Sarah Palin.”

I would love to see these ads, it would drive the lefty feminists CRAZY.

Someone’s on the same wavelength. Via Jim Geraghty:

Spoke to Hugh Hewitt on radio row. He’s getting deluged with phone calls from women listeners, all saying that they’re appalled by the attacks on Sarah Palin. One has already printed up a t-shirt that says, “I AM SARAH PALIN. HER STORY IS MY STORY. BACK OFF.”

Some enterprising printer ought to consider mass-producing that, I think…

Ask and ye shall receive! Already on CafePress:

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Sarah Palin