You can count on me to work for her nomination here in Florida.
John, no offence but it looks like you scared the hell out of her.
Russell… I probably did LOL …
I can’t decide who has the better hair.
I wish I had been there! This summer the wife and I spent a month in Alaska but… we were not lucky enough to see her!
That is awesome!
Can you really see Russia from Alaska??
If you’re on an island in the Bering Sea, yes, you can see Russia under the right conditions. Here’s a webcam http://www.webcamsk.com/index.php?option=com_bookmarks&task=detail&id=201 You can’t see Russian mainland from Alaskan mainland though.
What’s more important is that Alaska’s capital city is about as far from Moscow as Washington DC is to Moscow, where Obama and Biden hung out as senators. Juneau is closer to Bejing than it is to Moscow, so why doesn’t Palin go talking about her relationship with China.
I am voting for John His little wave gets it. Sarah looks a little wind blown
A big “thank you” to Rob for the answer:D
If you’re on an island in the Bering Sea, yes, you can see Russia under the right conditions. Here’s a webcam http://www.webcamsk.com/index.php?op…=detail&id=201
Palin’s real quote on Russia…
she said: “They’re our next-door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.”
Better off whale watching. :mrgreen:
Sarah sold millions of copies of her books in a few weeks.
Despite being V.P. for 8 years and winning the Nobel Prize, Al Gore sold 3 or 4 copies of his books.
We did that too and it was great!
I bought two out of the four! Why? I needed two cheaps door stops;-)
Third edition of www.nachi.org/now.htm is now in print and will put us over the 100,000 mark. Earth in the Balance sold 30,000. Jeez, my own brother sold more books than Al Gore.
Palin’s suggestions for how to fix things are easy. Gore’s are much harder. All things being equal, people would rather read about easy fixes.
But things are not equal between those two.
And Ben would make a better president than Palin.
Any of the first 100 people in the Boston phone book would make a better president than Obama.