Sarah Palin returned to the campaign trail Monday, December 1 for the first time since the November 4 election to campaign for incumbent U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss in Georgia. She told the crowd that Chambliss' December 2 run off election will be the first step in a Republican comeback. "It takes rebuilding and I say let that begin here in Georgia tomorrow," Palin said. Governor Palin made four campaign stops today speaking to a crowd of thousands all over the state.

"We must send Saxby back to the United States Senate," Palin said because of Chambliss' support for the second amendment, the right to life and opposition to tax increases.

"You took good care of my son," Palin told the crowd. Her oldest son Track trained at Fort Benning, GA before going to fight in Iraq.

Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee have also come to Georgia to campaign for Chambliss. How did their crowds compare to Palin's? Tommy Blyer, 22, of Savannah said, "I went to see Mitt Romney a week ago, and I think there were only about 100 people there."

UPDATE: Saxby Chambliss defeated Jim Martin in the runoff election 57% to 43%. Chambliss did 8% better than he did on November 4. Sarah Palin campaigning for him across the state seems to have helped. This one may be too hard for the MSM to spin.
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1 Response to 'Sarah Palin Back on the Campaign Trail - First Step in Rebuilding the Republican Party'
  1. Arizonagon'> December 3, 2008 at 1:16 PM

    We take a test before being allowed to drive a car. But we let idiots to vote. ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and other anti American, leftist media could actually bring down this Republic.
    Knowledge test for all voters, just like driving tests, should be mandatory. IF YOU DON'T KNOW, YOU DON'T VOTE.