Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Sarah Palin Is Remaining a Republican

Sarah Palin makes it clear that she is remaining a Republican. I believe that speaks volumes against the Democrat talking points and fear manipulators who are trying to discourage Republicans from jumping at the advantage of having the power of the Tea Party support. 

Jillian Bandes
January 11, 2010
Palin just announced that she would speak at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in April – the second-most important GOP political gathering behind the Republican National Convention.

Palin’s SLRC speech will happen right after a keynote address at the National Tea Party Convention, which has a goal of consolidating the movement’s “multiple organizations.” 

Matthew Continetti, author of The Persecution of Sarah Palin, says, “I happen to think her more important appearance will be at the national Tea Party convention next month — Palin understands the GOP must capture the Tea Party message, enthusiasm, and supporters if it wants to return to power.” 

Palin’s tea party appeal can’t be denied among the GOP rank-and-file. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans and forty-one percent of all voters currently see Palin as “representative of a new direction for the Republican Party.”

It's important to listen to truth and not gossip. It's vital to seek out honest reporting and not biased, manipulative television and newspaper media. In her own words, please listen for yourself:

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