Skip to comments.FULL SPEECH: Sarah Palin at Tea Party Rally in New Hampshire (Video)
Posted on 09/05/2011 11:20:58 AM PDT by Bigtigermike
Sarah Palin gave a great speech in Manchester, New Hampshire at a Tea Party Express Rally this morning where she challenged the Tea Party to continue to grow by allowing in those candidates who have finally seen the light as to what must be done in our country to preserve it for our children and grandchildren. She says we need to hear from candidates who can do more than just talk, as weve tried that before, but have records of accomplishment and proven records of reform.
It was at this point the crowd broke out into Run Sarah Run chants, interrupting her speech for a moment, to which she gladly thanked them for their encouragement and continued talking about the pro-growth agenda that our country needs.
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So she didn’t announce? Again?
LOL...no surprise...she never said she was going to announce. It is her life, her timing, her decision...get over it.
Nope. A-Day is now September 17. And when that doesn’t happen, I predict Columbus Day. That would be perfect.
Bookmarking for home.
She joined the race yesterday. OK, it was a foot race, but it was a race, and she did VERY well.
“A-Day is now September 17. And when that doesnt happen, I predict Columbus Day.”
And when that doesn’t happen, Thanksgiving? Maybe Christmas?
“She joined the race yesterday. OK, it was a foot race, but it was a race, and she did VERY well.”
Yes, I understand she came in second.
Columbus Day is a gaffe trap. If she credits the “Spanish” explorer, she’s cooked in New Jersey...
One of her best speech.
I just got back from the rally she did great.
What was her time?
Seems that’s your only question on every Sarah thread.
Give it up....she will announce when SHE is ready to, not when you are.
“I just got back from the rally she did great.”
LOL I could hear the chanting “run Sarah” in the background!
If we take her at her word, she’s still thinking about it.
I’m thinking that she is never going to announce anything one way or another. I just can’t see her having a presser and saying, “I’m not running.”
I think time is just going to pass, as it has done. Eventually, too many filing/ballot deadlines will have passed that will make it impossible for her to run. But she has no incentive, literally, she has no incentive to ever announce that she isn’t running.
That’s sort of the way I see it today.
Regardless, this is one of the best political stories of the past decade!
I am not aware of it, but second in a half marathon? I couldn’t do it so I give kudos to anyone that can. Good on her.
You know what? I will give it up. I only hope that those that continually claim that “she is running.” will also give it up. It falsely builds expectations.
You are incorrect....Sarah already acknowledge months ago legal deadlines (state filings) that necessitate a definitive yes or no to a run. So she is quite aware of the state filing deadlines
Everything is up in the air, as of now. Personally I do believe she will throw her hat in, when she believes she should.
If you take a moment to look at what she is doing, to me, she is running a campaign without actually running one. She is the only one vetted from here to Kingdom come.
There are no skeletons in her closet. Yes, I’m putting all my eggs in 1 basket, and that is Sarah. Will I be crushed if she doesn’t run? ABSOLUTELY! But I don’t think she’s the kind of gal who will string people along.
She has said from day one, her campaign will be unconventional. We just aren’t used to that.
Yes, it was a good finish. Just curious about the time...
Google is our friend.
Thank you. A good time as well as a good finish.
A new book?
What’s your best time for running 13 miles?
That’s a good idea. Let’s pick up this discourse again on Oct. 31, 2011 or on the 1st of November.
ping to #18
Thanks for the thread.
The more I see her and hear her, the more I want her to lead us all into prosperity.
Palin said she would announce in September. So why on earth do you even mention Columbus Day??
well, some of these kick in in two or three weeks. we shall see soon enough!