I was checking my mail and found a note from an individual who was responding to the story about Roses for Sarah. Please read what he had to say:
" I haven't been on this site since before the Democratic primary ended. I think the roses were a wonderful gesture, and they looked beautiful. I'm a Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in Florida. Once Barack Obama became the nominee, I was tremendously disappointed with the Democrats. Sarah Palin was then introduced as the Republican's VP choice so I decided to listen to her at the Republican convention and I was impressed with her. I had the opportunity to attend three of her election rallies in Florida, and I admire her greatly. If she runs for office in 2012, I will (be) on board. All of the vitriol that has been thrown at her since her VP nomination must be disheartening to her, but I believe that she is a strong person, and her decision to leave office was the right one for her and for us. America needs to see more of her, not less, so I hope that Sarah Palin saturates the airwaves in the next couple of years and vanquishes her political opponents. Thank you for your support of Sarah Palin. I appreciate it."
Now, that is the power of Sarah Palin, and her message. Sometimes it's just not about right or left - it's about right or wrong.