Press Allowed Into Palin’s National Tea Party Convention Speech

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Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 11:57 am

A reversal from the Nashville, Tenn., event, which has battled back a lot of criticism of its organizers’ finances and its lack of media access. Media will be allowed in, but still not allowed to ask questions.

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monkey99
Comment posted January 14, 2010 @ 1:15 pm

Of course she will! The shameless self-promoter WANTS everyone to hear just how little sense she makes, because she can “verify” it herself, on Fox noise!

She doesn't want to answer questions? Gee, how surprising. Considering how little this woman knows about ANYTHING, maybe she shouldn't be speaking, at all, but a few cute coloquiallisms, a wink and a “You betcha!” will have the audience in the palm of her hand.

I, along with most folk require a bit more than that. If that's all the baggers require, they're in worse straights than the GOP.


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[...] Alaska governor Sarah Palin will deliver a key note address at the convention and has asked that all media be allowed to cover it. On Tuesday, organizers pledged to adhere to her request but [...]


Steve_X
Comment posted January 16, 2010 @ 4:20 pm

Just more proof that the teabaggers and the Republican party are one and the same.


Steve_X
Comment posted January 16, 2010 @ 9:20 pm

Just more proof that the teabaggers and the Republican party are one and the same.


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