Saturday, February 11, 2012


CPAC: Sarah Palin says long GOP battle will strengthen nominee - LA Times
The crowd welcomed Palin by singing "Happy Birthday" to her--she turned 48 on Saturday--and she delighted them in return by mocking Obama, turning some of his slogans against him. She said there had never been a bigger disconnect between how a president sees the state of the union and how Americans do.

"We don't want an economy built to last, we want an economy built to grow," she said.
At Conservatives’ Event, Palin Aims at President - NY Times
'Hope and change' she says, 'you have got to hope it is going to change' - WND
Sarah Palin CPAC Speech Drowns Out Occupy Protesters - Elise Foley/Huffington Post
Sarah Palin’s CPAC Keynote: ‘Time To Drain The Jacuzzi And Throw The Bums Out With The Bathwater’ - Mediaite
“I came from a state with the corruption problem, too,” she said, while calling President Obama a “Chicago politician” and distinguishing herself for having fought the machine, and mocking the President for singing “Let’s Stay Together” at a fundraiser. She ended with a call for more competition among Republicans, to cull out a “Commander in Chief worthy of our troops.”