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Sarah Palin at the Tea Party

A speech that Sarah Palin gave on Febrary 6, 2010, at the Tea Party convention.

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  • Feb 10, 2010
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I am sorry but I just cannot see how anyone truly believes that this woman has what it takes to be president. She's simply not intelligent.
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review by . February 08, 2010
I was the product of a competitive primary where running for governor, I faced five guys in the party, and we put our ideas and our experience out there on the table for a debate, and then we allowed—of course—the voters to decide. And that is a healthy process, it gives Americans the kind of leadership that they want and deserve. And so in 2010, I tip my hat to anyone with the courage to throw theirs in the ring, and may the best ideas and candidates win.   --Sarah Palin   …
review by . February 27, 2010
Sarah Palin's appearance at the National Tea Party convention was just another public display for the wing nut division of the Republican party.  She may not be all that bright or the sharpest knife in tray but she knows where her bread is butter as she continues to line her pockets whilst stumping for a rich political position.  The "Tea" party is a joke and they need to divert their energy to other things such as community service.  Why cry about taxes now?  …
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On Febrary 6, 2010, Palin appeared as the keynote speaker at a Tea Party convention, declaring herself a supporter of the Tea Party movement, while saying it should be absorbed into the Republican Party. She stated:

This is about the people, and it's bigger than any one king or queen of a tea party, and it's a lot bigger than any charismatic guy with a teleprompter.
During her 40 minute speech, she attacked President Obama as soft on terrorists, out of touch, and elitist, and said the U.S. was ready for a revolution. She also called for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder because he had authorized the giving of Miranda rights to Umar Abdulmutallab, the so-called Christmas Day bomber.  As Palin left the stage, the Tea Party conventioneers chanted "Run, Sarah, Run."  She was criticized for reportedly accepting a speaking fee of $100,000, but the event sponsor was prohibited by contract from discussing her fee and stated that speakers of Palin's quality require more than a handshake to appear.
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