I don't understand why we can't just run her as she is, because you could see that the Sarah she is connected with the people of St. Paul and the rest of the nation who traveled to see her speak. I mean, Alaska is cold like Minnesota (though they don't have near as many moose there) and people play hockey, ice fish and snowmachine. The people who founded Palmer, Sarah's town for some time, came from the Minnesota during the depression (the same depression that was created by a Democrat according to the one adviser who was in the first group of her debate managers, as he also explained why this new depression can be blamed on Democrats) according to this information that our strategist came across here. It's totally why she connects with those people and people from the south who were also affected by the depression. A lot of towns in the south that we've travelled through seem to have a pretty good connection with Sarah as well, although they definitely talk a lot different. In reality, everywhere that we've been - what I call Real America - has been really friendly and positive to us (but I even have problems understanding people from the really southern states like Indiana or Arkansas). United we stand, regardless of the accents, or how much you can understand from your fellow patriot, as far as I'm concerned. States like Michigan where there are too many socialists, we can't connect because they are who caused the depression in the first place. That's why we spend a lot of time in Alabama and Georgia where Sarah is at her best.
And that's what still gives me hope for this fight.
There's still a lot left to fight,
First Dude Todd