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Tea Party Boise’s Reaction To Palin

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Gov. Sarah Palin took the stage at about 11:30 a.m. She made mention that her luggage hadn't arrived. 
  • "I'm in borrowed clothes, again ... The more things change, the more they stay the same," Palin joked. Palin talked about the "hometown feel" of Idaho, describing residents as unpretentious, hard-working, patriotic, average Americans.
Palin, who was born in Sandpoint and graduated from the University of Idaho, talked about her Idaho roots. Her father taught school and coached in Sandpoint. She mentioned others in her family who'd graduated from Idaho colleges.
  • "We're all a bunch of potato heads," Palin said. Palin said her father didn't make it to Boise today because he was busy getting a new hunting dog. "Does that tell you anything about the home I grew up in? Politics or hunting dogs?" Palin said.
  • "It's one of the highlights of his life," (father is a huge Boise State Broncos fan). "We need someone to take a stand against the big government agenda of Nancy Pelosi," she said.  Palin also talked about fixing "that ObamaCare scheme that was forced down our throats."
  • She said the media is afraid of Ward because he's a threat to "the left's hold on the First District." She told the crowd to hold the media accountable when they "twist and turn what Vaughn said." She referred back to her education at the University of Idaho, where she got a degree in communications. 
She said she learned then the "who, what, where, when and why," but she said modern journalists have strayed from the traditional journalistic values. "I think it's appalling and a violation of our freedom of the press," Palin said.
She made only one reference to Democratic Congressman Walt Minnick. Minnick, the incumbent, has gained a reputation for a very conservative voting record. But Palin implied that isn't enough. "Walt, it's who you're hangin' with," Palin said
  • “I like those bumper stickers that say, ‘You can keep the change,’” Sarah Palin told the crowd in Boise. She called Vaughn Ward “the real thing,” saying he’s pro-gun and pro-life. “Vaughn has been courageous enough to serve our country and fight for you, fight for all Americans, serving in the Iraq war,” she said. 
  • “Those are the qualities we need in leaders today who like Vaughn can go to Washington and take back a majority for common-sense conservatives, who understand the constitution, and they understand that freedom isn’t free, freedom is a God-given right and is worth fighting for.” That won Palin a loud cheer and round of applause. 
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