Monday, February 21, 2011

Sarah Palin Makes a Splash on Long Island

Okay, one more great article on Governor Palin's fantastic performance last week in Long Island. This comes from Jedediah Bila in Human Events.

Sarah Palin Makes a Splash on Long Island ^ | February 21, 2011 | Jedediah Bila

She was relaxed, but spunky. She was real. She was armed with stats. She was unapologetic about her convictions. She was tough on President Obama’s agenda. She was fed up with the status quo. She was “sick and tired of the games that are being played in Washington, D.C., because we’re talking about our money, we’re talking about our kids’ future, we’re talking about our republic and the solvency of our republic.” She was willing to laugh at herself. She was confident about her experience.

And yes—she was wearing leopard heels.

The woman? Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. The event? The Long Island Association’s 2011 Annual Meeting and Luncheon, during which Palin replied extemporaneously to a series of questions from LIA CEO and President, Kevin S. Law. Topics included gun control, energy independence, health care, entitlements, Obama’s budget, the debt ceiling, the Tea Party, protests in Egypt, the 2012 presidential election, and more.

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Jedediah Bila is a HUMAN EVENTS columnist and television commentator. For more information on Jedediah, please visit Follow Jedediah on Twitter.

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