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To Sarah Palin

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Sarah Palin,

I see a historic parallel.  WOW!!!

???  Did you ever  see the movie “Saving Private Ryan”.  

The generals in WW II knew that most of those brave troops would die that day.  They made the decision to invade with heavy hearts.  It had to be done for success.   The Greater Good.  

Those soldiers did  not know their odds of survival was “limited”. 

Here’s the parallel:

Some “well known” political leaders “could be” in Nashville to introduce you now that  Blackburn and Bachmann have bailed. 

My “thought”    the Good Ole Boy  “Generals” are staying out of the line of fire and their letting you do the  “dirty” work.  They even want you to “suggest” merging the  two .

If it fails or of the  KKK types scare “everyday” America (the independent voters)  at the Tea Party  they will be “alive”.

You Sarah will be the political equivalent of “mortally wounded  on Omaha Beach”.    Get It!!!!

Sarah, you wanted the press and they did NOT.  I’ve seen how they “motivate” young people using racism.  This convention is about recruiting new “mindless minions”. 

I bet during YOUR  speech they’ll get some minorities to attend.  Maybe they already contacted local churches/homeless shelters  to “round up” of diversity for the cameras  that YOU requested.

Have A Great Day


Love Cars~Love People~Love the Planet



Because the “Generals” were willing to “sacrifice” Blackburn and Bachmann at the TEA PARTY that might show Good Ole Boys doing what they do best……Protecting Their Own.   They probably “thought” let the “skirts” speak.       



Palin's Tea Party press ban

The puzzled reaction to the decision to keep journalists away from the Tea Party convention, even during Sarah Palin's speech


Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, left, and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin

(AP Photo/Janet Hostetter)

Best opinion: Atlantic, Outside the Beltway, Wash. Independent

Organizers have reportedly decided that next month's Tea Party convention in Nashville will be closed to the press, except for a few "selected" journalists. The blackout applies to the much-anticipated speeches of Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann. Critics questioned the need for secrecy, but organizers said they just want to hold a "working convention" to transform loosely linked protesters into a national movement. "I don't want the sessions disrupted and overrun with the media," said convention spokesman Judson Phillips. Is holding a party convention behind closed doors un-American, or is keeping the media at bay the best way to get work done?

The Tea Party's insistence on secrecy is scary: "There is something deeply creepy about this," says
Andrew Sullivan in The Atlantic. The far right wants to cut off the world and marinate in its own juices. But Sarah Palin proved in her campaign that she was one of those populists who "want to speak only to the inner circle," so this is no surprise.
"Classic Palin"

It's their right, but you'd think they'd want the publicity: The organizers have every right to decide how much press they want, says Alex Knapp in Outside the Beltway. But this is puzzling. A group looking to "build a political movement that has credibility and publicity" should want as much press as possible, especially when it has lined up someone with the star power of Sarah Palin.
"Tea Party convention will be closed to the press"

This is especially odd given how much most speakers love attention: "This really is unusual," says David Weigel in The Washington Independent. "As a journalist, I’ve been allowed into sessions, dinners, everything at conferences hosted by the Eagle Forum and by Focus on the Family." And some of the Tea Party gathering's most controversial speakers, like Rick Scarborough, "happily chatted with me inside and outside of their sessions at previous events." Only time will tell why the tea partiers took this route.
"Reporters (mostly) barred from Tea Party convention"



Palin: Let's Merge The Tea Party And GOP

Rachel Slajda | January 29, 2010, 12:10PM


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Vice presidential candidate and current Fox News contributor Sarah Palin said last night that the Republican Party should merge with tea partiers.

Fox's Greta Van Susteren asked if tea party candidates would end up siphoning votes from GOP nominees, or if the movement will "merge with the Republican Party."

"They need to merge," Palin said. "Definitely, they need to merge. I think those who are wanting the divisions and the divisiveness and the controversy -- those are the ones who don't believe in the message. And they're the ones, I think, stirring it up."

As we've reported at TPMmuckraker, the tea party movement has been increasingly divided. Much of the friction has been over the national tea party convention to be held in Nashville. Critics say the convention, with its expensive tickets and for-profit organizer, doesn't jive with true tea party values. Yesterday, we reported that Reps. Michele Bachmann and Martha Blackburn have dropped out.

Palin, whose speaking fees are rumored to be around $100,000, told Van Susteren she is still on for the convention. "You betcha," she said.

On the divisiveness, she continued, "We need to ignore that and we need to forge ahead with a cohesive message. It's a common sense message. It, again, is, Government, limit yourself so that the private sector, our families, free individuals can grow and thrive and prosper and enjoy America's freedom!"

As for whether the tea partiers want to merge with Republicans, that's a different story.

(H/T Huffington Post)



Tea Party Convention Approves Passes For Only Five News Orgs

By Kleinheider Posted on January 13, 2010 at 11:19 pm

Tea Party Nation has released an update on the status of their upcoming convention at the Opryland Hotel which includes the names of five organizations they have granted media access for the entire event three-day event.

Organizers had initially announced the event would be closed, but today Sarah Palin made known her request that her speech be open to media.

The five approved outlets are: Fox News,,, World Net Daily and The Wall Street Journal. All five are widely considered to be Right-leaning organizations.

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