Sarah Palin: America's next President?
The difference between Barack Hussein Obama and Sarah Palin is that Obama is a Big-Media-forged myth and Sarah Palin is self-made, for real and just regular American folk like everyone else, albeit now a wildly-popular leader and hot prospect to be the next President and Commander In Chief of the United States of America.
Sarah was received by the first-ever Tea Party Convention as if a rock star.
"It's so inspiring to see real people, not politicos, inside-the-beltway professionals, come out, stand up and speak out for common-sense conservative principles," Palin said.HOPE
"If there's hope in Massachusetts, there's hope everywhere," she said. "His victory is a sign of more good things to come."
(Sarah was referring to Republican Scott Brown's unexpected electoral capture of a once-vault-safe Democratic seat in a once-hardcore-Democrat state)
DEALING WITH ENEMIES
"To win that war we need a commander-in-chief, not a professor of law standing at the lectern," she said, and received a standing ovation.Yes, Obama, his 'Crats and his masters behind the curtain should be very, very worried. And they are. Which is why I say, stay tuned for them to stoop to the most dirty of all tactics, sending forth the brown, red, pink and purple-shirt thugs, feeding propaganda attack talking points to their cronies in the Big Old Media, recruiting desperate Hollyweirdoes to engage in unhinged rants, as we've been seeing them do, in the process destroying their integrity in the eyes of the People...
On the economy, Palin railed against the federal government's bailouts, the use of stimulus funds for "pet projects," called for oil drilling in the U.S. and the deficit, which she called "generational theft."
"The list of broken promise is long," she said. "Washington has broken trust with the people. We are drowning in debt and many of us have had enough."
Sarah Palin and her people learned from the last Presidential election campaign, and they know the nature of their political opponents, the nature of the Big Old Media, the reality of the hostile, latently-Democrat RINOs within the Republican Party, etc... and have been hard at work preparing for imminent battles...
These are actually exciting, historic and revolutionary times for America.
America has essentially hit rock bottom with the folks currently in charge, including the lazy-minded-but-damaging Useful Idiots within the overall state apparatus.
See also this outsider's view from Britain.
'The soul of the Tea Party is the people who belong to it,' Palin says. 'They have the courage to stand up and speak out ... They believe in the same principles that guided my work in public service.'
She called the 'tea party' mentality an organic effort, a ground-up call to action.
Because of that, she said, 'the process may not always be pretty or perfect, but the message is loud and clear: We want a government worthy of the fine Americans that it serves'.