Skip to comments.Sarah Palin returning to Tulsa September 15
Posted on 08/19/2010 5:39:04 PM PDT by Josh Painter
The Tulsa World is reporting that Sarah Palin will return to "Green Country" next month:
Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will return to Tulsa on Sept. 15, it was confirmed Thursday.Gov. Palin was last in Tulsa at a March rally sponsored by talk show host Glenn Beck.
Palin will be the keynote speaker for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs Liberty Gala at the Tulsa Convention Center.
From OCPA's news release:
Governor Palins message of free market entrepreneurship and individual liberty resonates not only with the core values of OCPA, but with all Oklahomans, said OCPA President Michael Carnuccio. She has transformed the landscape of American politics and is the most powerful movement conservative in our nation.For ticket information, download the OCPA registration form or call (405) 602-1667.
Palin is also a vocal supporter of the special needs community. Her appearance comes on the heels of Oklahomas passage of the most important school choice measure in state history. House Bill 3393, which was signed into law in June, will provide scholarships to students with special needs that will allow them to attend any private school of their choice where their needs are better served.
Palin will join a prestigious group of past OCPA speakers, including Congressman Paul Ryan, Justice Clarence Thomas, General Tommy Franks, former Speaker Newt Gingrich and the late conservative icon William F. Buckley, Jr.
The 2010 Liberty Gala will be held at the Tulsa Convention Center on September 15 at 6:00 p.m. located at 100 Civic Center in Tulsa.
She’s so hot.
I want a hot President
LOL. All the letters have worn off my keyboard. Ignore the first post. It says “no toots” hahahahahaha.
Should be NO ROOTS.
LOL. Hey fella!
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