Wednesday, September 15, 2010

In Oklahoma, Gov. Palin urges unity among Republicans

Sarah Palin told a Tulsa audience of 1,000 tonight that it's time for the GOP establishment to put aside their differences with the grassroots and make the most of a series of victories by tea party-backed candidates going into the November election:
She told the enthusiastic crowd that voters have six weeks to turn things around and "reign in the federal government."

Palin also cheered Tuesday's political upsets by candidates affiliated with the tea party movement, including Christine O'Donnell's surprise win in Delaware over veteran Rep. Mike Castle for a U.S. Senate seat.
Gov. Sarah Palin also cheered the success of Oklahoman Mary Fallin:
Palin, who endorsed Fallin's candidacy for governor in mid-summer, said the 5th District Congresswoman "is ready to shake things up in the governor's mansion."

Wednesday's event was a fundraiser for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, a conservative organization based in Oklahoma City.
During her speech, according to Tulsa television station KOTV, Gov. Palin discussed the need for fiscally responsible limited government and the importance of the free market as keys to reinvigorating the economy.

Video of Sarah palin's speech, courtesty of Palin TV:

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