Ruh-Roh… PALIN DRAWS 60,000 At Florida Rally!

Obama draws crowd of 20,000 in North Carolina…
Meanwhile- Sarah Palin draws crowd of 60,000 in Florida!


Adrienne Alvarado, age 7 (left) and Laren Alvarado, age 4 (right) wait to see Gov. Palin at The Villages, Florida. 60,000 people waited in line for 3 hours to see the country’s most popular governor speak in Florida. (WPTV)


Thousands of Floridians lined up to see Sarah Palin today in Florida. 60,000 people showed up to see Governor Palin in a community of about 75,000. (WPTV)

Women supporters filled the stands at Governor Palin’s campaign stop today in Florida.
The Palm Beach Post reported:

More than four hours before Palin arrived, cars and golf carts jammed nearby roads and thousands of people clogged the Disneyesque Sumter Landing town center area to wait in the baking heat for a glimpse of Palin.

Palin T-shirts, buttons and hats – most of them making reference to lipstick, pit bulls, hockey or some combination of those elements – were everywhere. There were also people wearing McCain items, but usually with Palin’s name on them somewhere.

Deborah Abriola came from Orlando and wore a button that said “Don’t Let The Lipstick Fool You – Pitbulls for McCain-Palin” because she said she feels kinship with Palin as a fellow “lipstick mom.”

…Abriola described herself as a conservative Democrat who sees Palin as a role model for mothers.

Her friend, Cheryl LeDuc, said she’s a Republican but wants to see a shakeup in the GOP. She said Palin “is conservative and she’s going to clean up Washington, including the Republicans.”

Unlike their competition, it doesn’t look like the McCain-Palin camp had to offer beer or Marxist rock bands to lure the supporters.

More… A plane flew overhead with a banner declaring, “The South is Palin Country.”

Pereiraville and Bakerstreet have photos from the rally.

UPDATE: Local 6 has video of Governor Palin’s speech today including this, “Raising taxes is not about patriotism. It’s about Barack Obama’s poor judgement… Barack Obama told his supporters to go out and ‘get in their faces.’ That isn’t hope.”

Comments

As a privately owned web site, we reserve the right to edit or remove comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal/abusive attacks on other users. The same applies to trolling, the use of multiple aliases, or just generally being a jerk. Enforcement of this policy is at the sole discretion of the site administrators and repeat offenders may be blocked or permanently banned without warning