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Former Alaska governor and GOP running mate Sarah Palin gives
the keynote address at the National Tea Party Convention in Nash-
ville, Tennessee. This video contains Palin's entire speech.

The Washington Post—the social progressive's voice in the nation's capital noted in their massively-circulated Sunday edition on Feb. 7, 2010 that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin gave her first major political speech since accepting the Republican Party's nomination for Vice President in August, 2008—at the National Tea Party Convention. For money. Gasp. Gulp. Palin was paid $100 thousand to make the 41-minute speech, but told attendees at the event that she will return the money "to the cause." (That did not mean that she will give the money back to the Tea Party event organizers, but that she will invest the money in advancing the cause of restoring the constitutional principles of liberty by working with patriotic Americans who are willing to step out and be counted to take back the Congress of the United States for the people of the United States and not for the princes of industry and barons of banking and business.)

One of the most important statements Palin made during her speech was this: "I caution against allowing this movement [by being] defined by any one leader or politician. The Tea Party movement is not a top-down operation. It's a ground-up call to action that is forcing both parties to change the way they are doing business, and that's beautiful...This is about the people, and it's bigger than any king or queen of a Tea Party. And, it's a lot bigger than any charismatic guy with a teleprompter. The soul of this movement is the people—everyday Americans who grow our food and run our small businesses, and teach our kids, and fight our wars. They're folks in small towns and cities across this great nation who saw what was happening, and they saw, and they were concerned, and they got involved. Like you, they go to the town meetings and they write op-eds. They run for local office. You all have the courage to stand up and speak out. You have a vision for the future—one that values conservative principles and common sense solutions."

You are part of an America that now realizes the term "social progressive" means communism, and the Marxist social progressive in the White House fully intends to destroy the Constitution of the United States. When the social progressives succeed, they will reduce the greatest Republic on Earth into a subservient, bankrupt State in a "world nation" controlled by the princes of industry and the barons of banking and business. This cabal will sit in the 6th seat at the UN Security Council. They will pull the strings of the new global parliament in the Hague which will speak with the voices of the human capital-rich third world nations. And, the global Senate will make law based on the tenets of totalitarianism and not liberty. And, the liberty of Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe will be replaced with the freedom of Mao, Lenin, Stalin and Hitler. The Election of 2010 is the most important election in the history of the United States. Don't screw it up. Good or bad, the Election of 2012 will be referendum of 2010. Screw up 2010 and we will be playing taps for America before 2016.



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