Sarah Palin: You Don't Need an Office, Or a Title, Or a TelePrompter To Make a Difference (Video)

Sarah Palin: You Don’t Need an Office, Or a Title, Or a TelePrompter To Make a Difference
Sarah Palin lit up the Independence Events Center tonight.

Sarah Palin threw out the red meat during her terrific speech at the Winning Back America Conference in Independence, Missouri tonight. The crowd loved her. Here she urged the crowd to get involved,

“You don’t need an office. You don’t need a title. And, you don’t need a TelePrompter to make a difference.”

This is the final two minutes of Sarah’s speech where she lit the crowd up.

(Yes. I was stuck in the nosebleed section.)
Sarah Palin was terrific. J.C. Watts spoke and he was outstanding.

The Examiner has more on Sarah’s speech at the conference:

Sarah Palin felt at home Saturday in Independence as a hockey mom and as a maverick.

“Where else can a hockey mom feel right at home but right here in the home of the (Missouri) Mavericks?” said Palin, a former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, at the Independence Events Center before a crowd of 2,500 attendees. “It takes me back to 2008.”

Palin’s keynote address concluded Preserving American Liberty’s one-day event “Winning America Back,” featuring well-known conservatives providing their perspectives on the U.S. Constitution, health care reform and recently passed legislation in Arizona that affects illegal immigrants.

Before talking politics, Palin proudly displayed a Missouri Mavericks hockey jersey made just for her 2-year-old son, Trig, who has Down syndrome. Each morning, Palin said, Trig wakes up, rubs his sleepy eyes and applauds the day.

“I think that’s something we can all learn from,” Palin, 46, said.

Nice Deb has a great roundup of action from the day including video of Jon David singing “American Heart.”

And, Duane Lester from All American Blogger was also blogging today in Independence. Duane has video of Republican Stephen Broder who is hoping to defeat Texas socialist Eddie Bernice Johnson this year.

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