Sarah Palin: ‘Don’t lose heart'; Conservatives press on, Left spews hate

After last night’s election loss, Sarah Palin is offering words of encouragement. Don’t lose heart; We are “struck down, but not destroyed.”

From her Facebook page:

America, don’t lose heart. This election is not an “Obama mandate,” nor is it a rejection of conservatism. Unanswered ads like this one running in blue collar swing states defined Romney early on, and the Obama media also piled on with the narrative that Romney would harm the middle class. (As I personally have witnessed, once a bell is rung by a biased media, it’s impossible to un-ring it.) Ironically, it’s Obama’s socialist policies that will destroy America’s working class as he outsources opportunities.

Hang in there, America. Fight for what is right. Don’t look to government or any politician to solve your problems. Government can’t make you happy, healthy, wealthy or wise. Obama is a master at reading the right “soaring” words fed into his teleprompter, but actions speak louder than words. So, hold tight to 2 Corinthians 4:8 because we’re in for a wild ride.

We must survive. United. One nation under God.

“We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not forsaken, struck down, but not destroyed.” – 2 Corinthians 4:8-9.

- Sarah Palin

And press on, we must. Of course, the Left is too busy gloating and hurling hate to understand that. They, predictably, started spewing their vile bile last night and early this morning. Just a few examples, from a torrent of hate.

Misogynist Keith Olbermann got in on the pig action, natch.

And it continued, when she dared to offer strong and heartfelt words, because of course it did.

How about y’all get your hate, and your spelling, straight?

There’s much more, of course. How typical, tired and lame. This is the Left: New tone, same as the violent and hateful old tone.

The sane, however, appreciate Sarah Palin’s fierce spirit and her words of encouragement.

Indeed. Fight like girls? You betcha. Keep the faith (maybe after a nice, good cry) and press on.

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