After screening Stephen Bannon's "The Undefeated," Rick Manning, Communications Director of Americans for Limited Government, considers the question of whether the Palin documentary can erase the false image of Sarah Palin planted in the minds of many Americans by the left's propaganda wing, more commonly known as the "mainstream media":
Right now, most Americans are desperate for a leader who will be unfazed by the entrenched big-government culture that pervades D.C. regardless of which political party is in charge.If the film is seen by enough people, perhaps it can help erase the image of the media's cartoon character Sarah in their minds and replace it with a clear understanding of the real Sarah, a woman of substance and a leader with the vision of how to revive, renew, and restore our republic. Like Rick Manning, we hope so too. The future of this nation could depend on it.
Most Americans look at the crowd of Republican candidates for the presidency and yearn for someone with guts, charisma and accomplishments.
Most Americans want someone who they can trust to do what is right for America regardless of the political risk to their own career.
“The Undefeated” reintroduces America to Sarah Palin, a person who has the exact combination of qualities that Americans know are needed to restore America’s greatness and primacy in the world.
Sarah Palin has already endured the worst that her opponents can throw at her, and has emerged through the fire undefeated — the face of the non-Washington, D.C. establishment Republican Party, with a proven record of breaking through political cultures that serve everyone but the American people.
It will be intriguing to see if Americans can get beyond the Tina Fey imitations to re-discover the Sarah Palin who they fell in love with as John McCain’s vice presidential candidate. For our nation’s sake, I hope they can.