Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Palin's Prayer: Former AK gov gives religious testimony

Excerpt from the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal article:
TUPELO - Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin arrived in Tupelo in blue suede shoes, much to the delight of an estimated 6,500 fans.

Palin wasted no time Saturday at the BancorpSouth Arena invoking the name of Tupelo's native son, Elvis, as she began her hour-long speech that mingled personal religious testimony with political and social commentary.

"This (Elvis') story is an all-American story that shows you anything is possible and you never know where you'll end up in this blessed land," Palin said.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee took the stage at 3 p.m. as the keynote speaker for the Extraordinary Women Conference, an event that began Friday evening and featured various Christian female authors and speakers.

Women young and old hurried forward to snap photographs as Palin stood on a stage awash in pink and blue light.

- JP

1 comment:

  1. As of today, Wednesday, the original article on the NMDJ website has had close to 11,000 views. I checked the number of views on other articles published the same day as this one, and most had fewer than 400, and many had fewer than 100. No wonder people like putting articles about Palin on their sites, it drives a lot of traffic that they would not normally get.