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Sarah Palin Speech In Iowa

September 3, 2011 by USA Post 

Sarah Palin Speech In IowaSarah Palin Speech In Iowa, Sarah Palin speech at a rally in Iowa Tea Party on Saturday, the anniversary will come three years after her memorable speech to the Republican National Convention in 2008, when he became a vice presidential candidate of the Republican Party and affection conservative moment. Much has changed since then.

After the entry of the Republican Party was defeated, Palin returned to Alaska and the Republicans surprised to leave the governor’s mansion in the following summer.

After a period in the wilderness (sometimes literally), which re-emerged and became a curious amalgam of tea tea party, a worldwide celebrity, predictor of Facebook, the star of reality television and, of course, potential presidential candidate.

Now in the final stages of deciding whether to embark on the offer from the White House, Palin plans to use her speech in Iowa to review the topics address the convention that made her a star.

Palin also offer a strong indictment of President Barack Obama and accuse him of not changing the way Washington works, a source familiar with the speech, he said.

“What is being addressed in this speech is the frustration that members of the protest movement and ordinary Americans feel when sending politicians in Washington and has not changed nothing,” the source said. “There is frustration that the status quo is always the status quo.”

The source said that Palin is trying to burnish her image as an outsider and a reformer, reminding the audience of her record in Alaska, specifically highlighting their battles against what he called the state is corrupt Republican politicians were in collusion with the oil and gas industry.

Palin plans to unleash a furious critique of “crony capitalism” and the attack on the “permanent political class” in two parts: the veiled criticism of the governor of Texas, Rick Perry, who has risen to the top of most polls for the Republican presidential nomination.

Political opponents have accused Perry, who has held any elective office since 1985 to reward allies and campaign donors with government positions and plum contracts.

Although he has no plans to talk about Perry or any other Republican presidential candidate by name, Palin is implicitly contrasted with the current crop of Republican candidates and define your brand if you decide to run.

Palin, who has said he plans to take a decision on the race in late September, it will be announced on Saturday a presidential candidacy.

The speech almost did not happen.

Palin had initially accepted an invitation to speak on the restoration of the United States in case of Indianola, which generated national rumors when it announced last month.

Palin supporters around the country moves to the state by plane and bus for the speech, and the governor is likely to speak with them in Des Moines on Friday night in a follow-up meeting organized by Conservatives4Palin center line.

However, Palin’s staff said this week that her appearance at the rally Saturday was suspended due to “planning issues” and concerns that the group behind for tea party, the United States was being “unfair” on the speaking program.

An aide to Palin said Wednesday that the organizers had been sending mixed messages about the event, including the question of whether Christine O’Donnell, whom Palin supported her run for U.S. Senate in Delaware in 2010, would participate.

O’Donnell was withdrawn from the intervention program on the request of the Palin team, one of the organizers of the rally, Ken Crow, said Des Moines Register.

The source of Palin said O’Donnell representatives had misled the group’s tea party on the scope of the governor’s relationship with O’Donnell.

Representatives for O’Donnell told the organizers that he would be in Iowa at the time of the race and I would stop by and “hello” to Palin, the source said. O’Donnell was added to the agenda of speaking.

The source said that O’Donnell lied to aides and organizers said Palin had been communicating via text message with O’Donnell on the rally.

“The governor has not spoken to her in a year,” the source said Palin O’Donnell.

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