Saturday, April 16, 2011


Untitled from Breitbart on Vimeo.

Palin: Wis. gov doing the right thing with unions

Sarah Palin AP – Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks at a tax day tea party rally Saturday, April 16, 2011, in Madison, …
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MADISON, Wis. – Sarah Palin defended Wisconsin's governor at a tea party tax day rally Saturday, telling hundreds of supporters that his polarizing union rights law is designed to save public jobs.

Braving snow showers and a frigid wind outside the state Capitol building, the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate told tea partyers she's glad to stand with Gov. Scott Walker. Hundreds of labor supporters surrounded the rally, trying to drown Palin out with chants of "Hey-hey, ho-ho, Scott Walker has got to go!" and "Recall Walker!"

"Hey, folks! He's trying to save your jobs and your pensions!" Palin yelled into the microphone. "Your governor did the right thing and you won! Your beautiful state won! And people still have their jobs!"

Walker, a Republican, signed a bill into law last month that calls for almost all public workers to contribute more to their pensions and health care coverage, changes that amount to an average 8 percent pay cut. The plan also strips them of their right to collectively bargain on anything except wages.

Palin returns with feisty, anti-establishment speech

Sarah Palin speaks at a Tax Day rally at the State Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin April 16, 2011. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson

MADISON, Wisconsin | Sat Apr 16, 2011 6:26pm EDT
(Reuters) - Conservative Sarah Palin returned to the U.S. political arena on Saturday after several months absence with a feisty speech attacking both the establishment Republican Party and Democratic President Barack Obama and proclaiming "the 2012 elections begin here."

Kliphnote: Figures, Reuters would call it an "anti-establishment speech"
not what it was, an anti- socialist speech.
Just waiting for the hate Palin wackos to crawl out from under the rocks.
What made America great, Capitalism or welfare- socialism?

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