Sarah Palin Steps Into Wisconsin, Points to Left Field, and Hits a Grand Slam

John Nolte
Big Government

If Sarah Palin’s not running for president, what a terrible waste that would be of the single best stump speech I’ve heard since, well, Palin’s ’08 convention speech, which just happened to be the single most electrifying political moment of my adult life. A thrill didn’t just run up my leg that night, it ran up everything in me that’s American, and today in Madison, WI, it happened again. Surrounded by an obnoxiously hostile, astro-turfed, pro-union crowd that tried and failed to drown out her message with obnoxiously hostile astro-turfed noise, the former Alaskan Governor took the fight directly to the growing pile of Obama’s failures in the most effective way we’ve heard yet from a potential GOP challenger.

If you want to know why Obama’s Palace Guards in the MSM are determined to destroy this woman and all of popular culture has risen up to help, press PLAY. If you want to know why the GOP Establishment had better start looking over their collective shoulders, press PLAY.

…On this day, Tea Party tax-day, Sarah Palin walked into the heart of this nation’s battle, stared down a gallery of Leftist union goons with poise and grace, and articulated our message as well as anyone ever could. Let’s hope this is just the beginning.

The entire article is at Big Government.

Update: American Power has several links relating to this story. The photo below is on the site and is credited to Althouse.

There’s also another video version of Sarah’s speech at American Power.

Yesterday, Jim Hoft reported at GatewayPundit that the local firefighters’ union threatened to disrupt the tea party in Madison.

Update 2:


Andrew Breitbart, online editor for Big Government, addresses “Tax Day” rallyers outside the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison. Before introducing headliner Sarah Palin, Breitbart lashes out at pro-union supporters on the fringes of the rally. Recorded Saturday, April 16, 2011.

Update 3: Althouse has photos of the counter-protest (and the new civility) at today’s Madison Tea Party, “Tea Party: How About a Nice Cup of…SHUT THE F@*K UP!”

Update 4: Also, “I can see stupid from here,” at Althouse.

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