Palin's Tea Party address very successful

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    Fox broadcast the Palin address tonight. It was very well received by the group and captured what the party stands for and wants to acccomplish. The Tea Party wishes to be identified as:

    1. A mainstream group of Independents.
    2. Wanting a return to Constitutional government.
    3. Supporting limited government.
    4. Demanding fiscal conservatism.
    5. Abandoning apologetic diplomacy.
    6. Keeping a strong military.
    7. Seeing power return to the people.
     
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    I'm sure it was.
     
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    She did a good job.
     
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    She did? Compared to whom? Did she REALLY say "I wonder if Alaska is still that shining beacon"? After tonight, I would be willing to believe that she DOES write her own speeches...
     
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    Yup.
    Obama, for example.

    I doubt that matters much to anyone in the Tea Party, but thanks for that input. I guess.
     
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    I was surprised that CNN and MSNBC covered the entire speech, including the Q&A which followed.
     
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    Looks like the Teabaggers have a new star

    Hope they are happy together
     
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    Being the Faux News watcher that you are, this does not surprise me. Unlike the partial coverage Faux News gave it's viewers of Obama addressing the Republicans a couple of weeks ago, CNN and MSNBC are much more fair and balanced than Faux could ever hope to be.
     
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    They are, it's easy when you know your doing the right thing....
     
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    Funny how the OP put this up and then FLED!!! ROTFLMFAO!!!
     

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