Sarah Palin was stumping in Obama’s hometown yesterday. She gave a very good speech and touched on many topics. She encouraged Chicagoans to stand up to corruption. She discusses the need for conservatives to campaign in blue states and she explains her reasoning for supporting Carly Fiorina. The guys over at Hillbuzz (or is that now Sarahbuzz?) think this might have been a preview for Palin 2012.
Hillbuzz: As we see her presidential campaign forming, we sense her November book will teach us more about the platform she intends to advance, centered around the notion of American exceptionalism. Unapologetically. Undeniably. Unequivocably.
The campaign itself will be branded around Alaska — and Palin’s own upbringing in the wild having to fend for herself, rely on her own independence, and to work hard in adverse conditions to get everything she wanted in life. There were no hand-outs. There was no nanny state to take care of her. She learned that if she was hungry she needed to work hard to earn or hunt for her own food. If she wanted creature comforts, she had to apply herself to the tasks required to get them. There was no welfare. There was no “Obama Money” magically floating from the sky or delivered upon the back of fuchsia unicorns. The meat came from moose. The bucks came from babysitting or waitressing. The bull comes from Washington if you believe the government owes you anything.
Self-reliance. Determination. Hard work. Independence. Entrepreneurialism. PALINISM.
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