Grizzly Fest Recap and Audio

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Grizzly Fest '11 was a huge success, and those who worked to put it together should feel quite proud. This was an historic event that took detailed planning, coordination, and vision. My hat goes off to all involved.

Governor Palin tried very hard to call in to Grizzly Fest but was not able to get through. (Details about this are here.) As much of a delight as it would have been to hear from her, we appreciate that her heart was with this event, and that she wanted to show her support for the effort. Her brother, Chuck Jr, did participate and agreed to continue trying to convince his sister to reconsider her decision not to run for President. C4P co-founder and SarahPAC employee, Rebecca Mansour, also called in. Many others took part in this event.

Not only were the panelists and guests engaging, but the chat room was also alive and kicking. I spent some time chatting with Palin supporters.

If there had ever been a doubt, today made it clear that those who have supported Governor Palin these last few years are not slowing down one bit. We are determined to carry on with the agenda of restoring America and fighting for the principles that have made this the greatest country on the face of the earth. Governor Palin has been an incredible example of what engaged people can do, and we are mobilized to follow her example.

Below, find the Grizzly Fest audio, retrieved from the Grizzly Fest Show Page. It has been separated into 3 segments. Enjoy.





Still inspired

2 comments:

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Promo's:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmoOR02ee8Q

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzGCXqrSq08

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt4c9cAK7GE

opditch October 30, 2011 at 2:06 PM  

Adrienne, I was at a Conservative Conference in Maryland and did try to hear the event on BlogTalkRadio, but was unsuccessful because I couldn't get it on my iPad (Flash I guess). My only question is did this event deal with how we/Palinistas or Sarah are going to affect the Republican Primary? There are about 65 days until the Iowa caucus. What are Sarah's supporters going to do about it? That's my bottom line. Are we going to just let the establishment nominate Romney?

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