Governor Palin Shares ‘Great Article’ From Tony Lee

Governor Palin posted the following on Facebook:

What a great article from Breitbart’s Tony Lee here:
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/11/25/Exclusive-Video-Blue-Collar-Americans-Embrace-Palin-s-Defense-of-American-Exceptionalism

It’s back to the kitchen for me to prep for Thanksgiving dinner; which includes determined research on how to finally, for the first time, not make a pile of mess while carving the turkey. I watched this tutorial early this morning, will watch it repeatedly, and I invite your advice on proper bird carving:
http://youtu.be/5GCdkuQoLrY

In the meantime, enjoy some vintage Johnny Carson:
http://youtu.be/msXisppdxBE?t=2m9s

Have a great Thanksgiving Eve today, and I again thank you and truth-filled media outlets for being fair!

The article she shares from Tony Lee is over at Breitbart:

At a recent book tour stop for her best-selling book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin drew a blue-collar crowd consisting of all races in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

As can be seen in the video below, many who came to see Palin said they identified with her because she has a son in the military. Others said they loved her “values” and how she “stands by them.” An active duty soldier said that Palin “speaks the truth” and is “straight-forward.”

“And I like that so much,” the active duty soldier said.

Another gentleman said Palin has “soldiers in her heart and we have her in ours.” A woman said Palin is “better in real life” and noted how “genuine and sincere” she was.

Palin’s tour has even sold out copies of the book in all of the book stores in a Wisconsin city, but the crowds she is drawing may be more reflective of Palin’s appeal to blue-collar Americans of all races who value the country’s traditions and culture.

Those like Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker have emphasized in recent weeks that Republicans need to win elections by not letting the “R” be branded as representing “rich guys” and speaking more to the hearts of blue-collar Americans.

You can read the whole thing here.



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