And by “stars” I’m referring to our veterans.

Jason at Story Balloon offers this as an example of why people like Sarah Palin in spite of the left’s continual attempts to demonize her.

Vietnam veteran-turned-preacher Dave Roever, who was disfigured during the war whe a phosphorus grenade exploded in his face (Roever also gave the closing prayer at Beck’s Restoring Honor gathering in DC), was in Alaska recently and was appearing with Sarah Palin. Somebody was looking for a makeup artist before Roever went on television, and Palin said there was no need for one.

I guess she was right:

Comments

8 Responses to “Sarah Palin: Makeup Artist to the Stars”

  1. rasachema on September 5th, 2010 8:55 pm

    i love that woman.

  2. Dandapani on September 5th, 2010 9:42 pm

    I'm not a Christian, but Palin is and she is demonstrating perfectly the Servant attitude which Christ preached about. She is coherent and aligned with her beliefs. She has my respect and support. Aum.

  3. SignPainterGuy on September 5th, 2010 10:57 pm

    Some point out Sarah`s flaws, I prefer to cheer on her many positives. She represents so much of what the left hates and fears most ; courage, truth, loyalty, patriotism, common sense, honor, Christian conservative charactor and a selfless beauty that is so much more than skin deep, it`s to the bone !!!

    As for Sarah`s willingness to do Dave`s makeup, I think she just loves her fellow man…..

  4. Clu Seatoe on September 5th, 2010 11:38 pm

    Part One:

    Love is good. Respect is good. But, please, let this nation learn from it’s mistakes.

    If nothing else, the last two years have shown us in the most excruciatingly painful and difficult terms that emotions are not to be trusted when it comes to selecting our national leaders. Of the many faces and forks in the tongue of our current president, not one has shown itself to be truthful or reliable and none of them have shown any real leadership.

  5. Clu Seatoe on September 5th, 2010 11:39 pm

    Part two:

    Sarah Palin has shown herself to be a good person in front of the camera, but who doesn’t do that. The question is what sort of leader has she shown herself to be?

    Unfortunately, the answer is: Not a good one. She’s shown herself to be a quitter. One who walks out on her sworn duties. One who gives her most solemn word and then turns and walks away. One who, with her hand on the Bible, swears to uphold, defend, and whatever else the State of Alaska asks for and then turns her back on and abandons her duties and the people. Or… just someone who quits when things aren‘t going smooth.

    While this type of character might be forgivable for your family members at their chosen jobs, it’s a major flaw in the character of someone who aspires to national leadership. In time she may learn dependability and doged toughness. But this is not the time in our nation. Not now. Our nation is too important and it's going to be difficult.

  6. greg on September 6th, 2010 9:28 am

    The 0bama tactic of attempting to personally bankrupting Palin and her family, as well has tying up her administration with frivilous "ethics" complaints and lawsuits, backfired. Palin did what was best for the state of Alaska, she turned over power to someone who would continue her policies, but not be the destration that she had become. That is the sign of real leadership. Voluntarily giving up power is not something that most people do, especially those interested in seeking another office. Palin has always been and will remain unconventional, chosing to blaze her own trails rather than follow where everyone else has gone.

  7. Clu Seatoe on September 6th, 2010 1:53 pm

    Go it.

    Well, that would make her a cut-and-run liberal reactionary and not a real thinker wouldn’t it?

    Sound familiar? We can see how well that’s serving the country.

    She’s better than that. She need’s time to firm up her conservatism. And like our nation’s founders, be ready to give all. That spirit didn’t die in with eighteenth century. She can’t be worried about loosing, because with America behind her, that's not going to happen.

  8. SignPainterGuy on September 6th, 2010 3:55 pm

    Clu, I see your point and feel you pain; I really do. However, my own experience of a relentless distraction give me both simpathy and empathy for anyone attacked by the left`s biting flies. Handing off the baton, was Sarah`s "spray repellent", so to speak. Disappointing, but still, she did the right thing.
    Continuing to support Juan McShamnesty still has me conflicted. I would love to have seen her deliver a good dressing down and then a withdrawal of support, but……..

    As for me I still say her positives outweigh her few negatives. Lots to love…..

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