Looks like resigning from office has not effected her one bit as a crowd of 6 thousand or more showed up and cheered her for a speech she gave about ObamaCare. She is so good at connecting with everyday people and this proves it. Palin is showing she is a moving force in American politics and politicians will start to pay attention to how the public is receiving her. Video: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3-OhbHk3Kw&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Gov. Sarah Palin Speaks at "Taking Our Country Back" Event in Tulsa[/ame] Tulsa World: 6,000 cheer Palin, Beck Conservative superstars Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck called for Americans to demand a smaller government that adheres to the principles of its founding fathers during a rally in downtown Tulsa on Saturday. In front of about 6,000 enthusiastic fans, they criticized President Barack Obama's administration, Washington politicians, progressives and journalists while advocating for average people who they say aren't being heard by those in power. Palin said Americans should remember that government works for them and not the other way around. "There's a growing movement across this country," she said. "It's beautiful, and you're a part of it." Regular, everyday citizens are standing up to Washington politicians who don't listen to what the people want, she said. "We understand what they're trying to do to this country," she said. "We understand it, and we don't like it. That's why we're taking our country back." The former Republican vice presidential candidate and ex-governor of Alaska took a few shots at Obama whom the crowd booed and congressional leaders. Expanded government and continued federal spending will hurt the country, she said. "There is no need for a fundamental transformation of America," she said. "No thank you, Mr. President, you can keep that change." She repeated her 2008 campaign mantra of drilling for oil in America and said the country shouldn't be dependent on foreign regimes for fuel.