The Philadelphia Inquirer, Friday September 5, 2008:”Editorial “All the pretty words”
“The governor of Alaska showed she knows how to deliver a good line with a biting sense of humor. On the biggest stage of her career, she exuded confidence and down-to-earth practicality. Her pledge to be an advocate for parents of special-needs children, such as her infant with Downs syndrome, was compelling”
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Friday September 5, 2008:Letters:”Scared liberals”
“..The excitement she brings extends beyond party lines and will only grow as we get to know her better…”
Yahoo! NEWS — AP Story By TERENCE HUNT, AP White House Correspondent, September 5, 2008
…Big crowds cheered the Arizona senator and Alaska governor as they made their post-convention debut in Democratic-leaning Wisconsin and Michigan, presenting themselves as a team of reformers eager to challenge Washington’s political establishment.
“John McCain doesn’t run with the Washington herd,” said Palin, the surprise pick as McCain’s running mate.
“It’s over. It’s over. It’s over for the special interests,” McCain promised. “We’re going to start working for the people of this country…”