Dear Editor,


Our gal, Palin, wowed everybody at GPAC with her parody on Green Eggs and Ham.

“I do not like this, Uncle Sam.

I do not like his health care scam.

I do not like these dirty crooks or how they lie and cook the books.

I do not like how Congress steals; I do not like their crony deals.

I do not like this spying man.

I do not like “Oh, yes we can.”

I do not like this spending spree.

We’re smart; we know there’s nothing free.

I do not like their reporters’ smug replies;

When I complain about their lies.

I do not like this kind of hope.

We will not take it, nope, nope, nope!”


In the process of our country being destroyed, she feels good about America. We have some great pro-freedom leaders to help the middle class. She socked it to the complacent in the GOP whose strategy is lay low, don’t rock the boat. She’s encouraged about many eyes being opened to challenging all to take back America so-to-speak. She’s right on in declaring we need to put the fear of God in our enemies. I love her gutsy, fearless presentations. She’s a God-fearing, Christ-honoring warrior. Because her goal, like many, is to return our country to God, our only hope for survival, god will probably keep her on His firing line until He calls her home, Hallelujah!

She was gracious, too, to not say ‘I told you so,’ to John Kerry who mocked her and Romney when years ago they told him Russia is our greatest threat, or concern, validated by the Ukraine mess, solvable by prayer. That response by Palin could be why John Kerry’s face has a long, sad countenance. The left are already vilifying her. She knows who she is in Christ, from whence cometh her strength, so sticks and stones may break her bones but names will never hurt her, period. This Holley says the David Jolly victory against Sink could be a turnaround start.


Chrys Holley, Milton