Skip to comments.Sarah Palin in Iowa: Faith, Freedom and Inspiration by Kristi Honas
Posted on 11/12/2013 3:11:16 AM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
It is always wonderful to have a first hand account of someones experience at a Sarah Palin event. There is nothing like being in the same room or in the same vicinity as her, but most importantly, the lasting feeling that only those who have been in her presence leaves forms a special kind of bond or special membership that is permanent. Inspiration and energy are renewed with each new story shared. This article is no different. It was written by Iowan Kristi Honas who was fortunate to be at the Faith and Freedom Coalition annual convention in Iowa this past Saturday, where Sarah was the keynote speaker. (Phyllis Schlafly, affectionately called by Sarah the original Mama Grizzly, was also there.) Sarah talked about everything from her new book about Christmas, to ObamaCare, Poverty, Debt Issues, and the Church of Big Government not having faith in us to govern ourselves. It is always reassuring to see and hear Sarah Palin speak. One feels encouraged by her confidence and consistency, and hopeful for the future and exceptionalism of America. We feel this way not just because of her words, but because she lives her life with faith and freedom, too. She is also aware we can get tired in our journey and even question if were on the right path, but we must never wave the white flag of surrender, or undermine those who are fighting the good fight like those who did in the fight to defund ObamaCare (from both sides of the aisle she specifies). In a clip prior to her speech, she says the solutions are in us. The caption at the end: Its you who inspire me. Signed, Sarah Palin.
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That doesn't strike you as just the tiniest bit creepy?
Blah blah blah.
You’re fast this morning.
Right on target as usual.
Man, I been waiting all day for you to catch that.
You getting slow?
Don't flatter yourself little Buck-a-roo (your favorite hobby), I make a point of missing most of your crap I accidentally stumble upon.
Years of practice walking through a cattle pasture.
Well keep it up every chance you get.
Well damn little Buck-a-roo, I was just trying to get ya the attention you so desperately crave.
Just trying to do a good deed for the day, just damn.
Keep on trying, Pop.
You’ll hit it right sooner or later.
Why thanks fizzle!