I am looking forward to the Republican National Convention this week. Primarily to hear Sarah Palin call the Obama camp on the smear campaign against her family. Afterall, it was Obama who first cried foul when the Tennessee Republican party used a video of Michelle Obama where she was caught lamenting “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country.”

Here she was campaigning on his behalf, but the public was not supposed to be reminded of her animosity toward the USA. According to Barack Obama, he found it unacceptable the Republican’s would attack his wife, yet he has no problem with Democrat’s volleying attacks on Mrs. Palin’s family. What a hypocrite.

Yes, I am anxious to see Sarah Palin call him and the entire Democratic party out on their hypocrisy. Most of all though, I hope Sarah Palin will borrow a page from Obama’s speech by gazing straight into the camera and saying this:

If Barak Obama wants to have a debate about who has the temperament, and judgment, to serve as the next Commander-in-Chief - even though I have been nominated as the Vice President and not the President, such as he - that’s a debate I’m ready to have. As a governor who actually has experience managing a government by creating and balancing a budget; and who has navigated between the Democrat’s and Republican’s in my state to enact policy; and who has bucked the politics as usual mentality; and who has fought against corruption, instead of contributing to it, the way Obama’s friend’s and mentors have; and who lives my ethics as a public servant, then yes, I am ready to lead, because unlike you, Barak Obama, I am not just flapping my lips, I am doing.

Congratulations to John McCain for a wise choice and to Sarah Palin for being selected as his Vice President of the United States.

Sarah Palin’s speech after being selected by John McCain’s as his running mate.