Governor Palin's Remarks in Iowa - Video

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

(Video courtesy of Iowa's own Shane Vander Hart

Shane also reports:
A little over 300 guests were treated to the premiere of Steve Bannon and Victory Film Group’s new documentary, The Undefeated, last night at the Pella Opera House in Pella, IA with former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and her husband Todd in attendance. Afterwards approximately 1000 people were treated to a BBQ dinner at the Molengracht.

Before the movie started those in attendance sang the Battle Hymn of the Republic and This Is My Country accompanied by the original 1928 pipe organ. Darrel Dobernecker, the mayor of Pella, then greeted the guests and welcomed the Palin’s calling her “a breath of fresh air.” The movie itself ran two hours long, and started with a montage of insults that came from Hollywood, liberal pundits and even in the mainstream media.

I was struck by my emotional reaction to the opening scene. I was angry. I was angry at how Governor Palin and her family was treated. I was angry about how many in the Republican establishment remained silent while she was savaged. I’m not talking about pointing out policy differences or criticizing her record, but rather the personal attacks that she experienced day in and day out after she picked as Senator John McCain’s running mate.

It drove a narrative which in turn distorted her record. That is what this movie is trying to correct.

Read Shane's full review here.


Anonymous,  June 29, 2011 at 9:39 PM  

Palin is a passionate person who have no other desire but to work with the people put the country back in the right track. She believes in the country and its citizen. She believes in hard working people and people helping each other. She's a very humble person who just love her country.

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