The “Restoring America Event” takes place tomorrow, Sept. 3rd, and it’s quickly shaping up to be ground zero for the political in crowd. Governor Sarah Palin, the featured speaker, is scheduled to take the stage at high noon, at the National Balloon Classic Field in Indianola, Iowa. For those of you unable to be there, C-SPAN will be broadcasting the speech live.
Meanwhile, talking heads continue their swirl of conjecture as to her possible announcement for president. Will Palin’s focus on Obama’s failure to stick to his campaign rhetoric be a foundation for other conservative candidates in 2012, or is she laying the foundation for her own campaign? Whatever the outcome, of one thing we can be sure….she will continue to “fight like a girl”.
A source close to Palin told ABC News that she’ll offer a “full throated defense of the tea party.”
“Regardless of what she decides to do, this rally is for the tea party to kick off this campaign,” the source said, “this” being the 2012 presidential campaign.
ABC News has also learned that Palin’s speech will reference themes from an Aug. 8 Facebook post called “Conquering the Storm.” It discusses the Standard & Poor’s downgrade of the nation’s credit rating and her solutions to the country’s financial woes.
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A source close to Palin told ABC News last week that her speech at Saturday’s “Restoring America” event will be a substantive, big-picture vision of America. Palin herself alluded to what she’ll discuss on Aug. 25, when she tweeted a link to a YouTube video entitled “Obama Lies 7 Times In Under 2 Minutes!” and wrote, “I’ll be talking about this and more on September 3rd.”
A source close to SarahPAC told ABC News that her team is upset about how the Tea Party of America seemed to hype the event based on the chance Palin would announce her 2012 intentions at the rally.
UPDATE: ABC has mysteriously pulled the article.
(NRO)…Sources with knowledge of Sarah Palin’s prepared remarks tell National Review Online that the former Alaska governor will castigate Washington’s “compromised political class” when she addresses a tea-party rally in Iowa this weekend. Palin, sources say, will not use the venue to launch a presidential campaign. Instead, Palin will “offer a serious critique of crony capitalism and President Obama’s economic record.”
Palin will remind attendees that three years ago — on Sept. 3, 2008 — she detailed her political philosophy during her speech at the Republican National Convention. She will urge the crowd to fight, as she said then, for “sudden and relentless reform.” Reiterating this message, sources say, is one of her central themes. “She will talk about her experience in Alaska, about how she brought reform to the system,” says one source. “She will remind tea-party conservatives that true reform is difficult.”
“She will also talk, more broadly, about how she is not enamored of the political class, both Republicans and Democrats, who do not deserve to be elected if they only continue the status quo,” the source continues. “She will discuss corporate lobbyists, White House operatives, and others who enable the vested interests.” Many of the themes from her recent Facebook post, “Conquering the Storm,” will be mentioned.
Days before President Obama unveils his jobs plan, Palin, another source says, will “take on the president for doing nothing, for sustaining a culture that spends too much, leaves the debt crisis unaddressed, and rewards the friends of insiders. She will underscore how Obama, who acts like he’s fighting for everyone, is just another creature of Washington — part of what caused too-big-to-fail banks, the spiraling debt. Her thesis is that these folks are the cause of America’s decline — not the tea party.”