Sarah Palin only likes to visit places where they love A-merry-ca. Places that are "Pro-American". I wonder what and where those places are? I always thought that most A-merry-cans love America. Even if they live in left leaning blue places like San Fransisco and Boston. But I am pretty sure I know what Sarah means when she says that; I am pretty sure I know who she really thinks loves A-merry-ca. Yep, the same folks the O man talked about who love their guns, their religion, and their small town way of life. Isolated. A very homogeneous existence far away from "dem dere" big cities and all those nig....ahhh, people.
I bet Sarah wouldn't consider Philly one of those A-merry-ca first places she likes to visit (Thank you for dropping the puck at the Flyers game Sarah, they haven't won a fucking game since). Too many of us here. And too many of those damn secular, progressive, liberals. As you may or may not know, liberals, and people who don't believe in jesus, are not A-merry-can.
But I wonder what Sarah would say to Jean Feggins; a woman who lost her son in Iraq, and a woman who had to suffer the further indignity of her own government covering up her son's death.
Her son's name wasn't Pat Tillman, so you have probably never heard of him. But what happened to another brave patriotic young man, PFC Albert Markee Nelson (Yes Sarah even though he is from Philly, and probably would have voted for Barack Obama, he was a patriot) is worth knowing about as well, and if you don't know about him, you should take the time to find out. Because while he might not have been a big time pro football player, his story is just as sad and compelling.
Sarah has a son in Iraq too, but his service counts for more, because he is from a place where they love A-merry-ca, and his parents aren't bleeding heart liberals. Ain't that right Sarah?
Ms. Feggins, sorry for your loss. I am sure Sarah would tell you herself, but she is a little busy right now, reaching out to the people who really love their country, and whose children's sacrifice really matter.