Here's the video of Sarah Palin's keynote speech at the Tea Party Convention. The mainstream media usually covers Palin by saying things like, "she throws red meat to the conservative base." Then they find the most controversial quote they can dig up, report that, and call Palin "polarizing" and/or "divisive." That's about the extent of how they cover Palin, except for the disparaging comments about her intellect and other various personal attacks. (question - why doesn't the MSM ever call Obama polarizing and divisive ? To me, he's the most divisive President in memory). The Associated Press actually called the following speech "short on ideas, but long on enthusiasm." That was their "objective" conclusion. I disrespectfully disagree - a lot. The AP was trying to minimize Palin, as the media generally attempts to do with her. That game is getting very tired, and very transparent.
Without further ado, here is the Palin speech in it's entirety. The video is just over 59 minutes long. Judge for yourself:
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