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20 months, my fellow grassroots compatriots. Get ready. #2014 #LoadedForBear
In a sign of how active Sarah Palin intends to be in influencing the 2014 elections, SarahPAC, Sarah Palin’s Political Action Committee, released a video on Wednesday meant to ignite independents, conservatives, and Tea Partiers for the 2014 midterm elections.
In the video, footage of Palin’s 2013 CPAC speech is shown where Palin says, "Don’t let the the big consultants, the big money men and the big bad media scare you off" from running for office.
She urges Republicans to focus more on "rebuilding the middle class" than rebranding the party and says "it is time to furlough the consultants."
Palin also speaks about her signature issue of dismantling the permanent political class and fighting crony capitalism. She urges Republicans look for candidates from Main Street communities, PTA meetings, small businesses and Tea Party rallies.
She hasn’t held elected office since 2009, and earlier this year ended her contributor gig at Fox News.
But Sarah Palin has a message for those who think she’s out of the political game: think again.
Using the thunderous response she received earlier this month at a gathering of conservative activists, Palin declares her continued relevance in a fundraising new video distributed by her political group SarahPAC.
Clips of her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference are spliced with analysis from cable television pundits, who use phrases like "superstar" and "plays by her own rules" to describe the former Alaska governor.
She electrified a packed crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference two weeks ago, she helped flip the House of Representatives in 2010 with a historic Tea Party landslide, she helped put Rand Paul, Jeff Flake, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Nikki Haley and others into office and now, Sarah Palin is ready to take on the 2014 election cycle.
And eat your hearts out, Palin detractors. (Full disclosure: Judging from previous posts, yours truly probably counts as one.) The woman whose every stump speech cites the distortions, lies and treachery of the mainstream media turns the tables on its nemeses in this video. Among the outlets from which the video pulls Palin-supporting material in this video are: CNN, BuzzFeed, About.com, Politico, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal, The Daily Best, Fox News and Salon. Nicely played, governor.
There’s going to come a point where Karl Rove concludes that his new group will do more to mobilize conservatives against the establishment Republicans it endorses than it will to mobilize centrist or casual GOP voters to support those candidates. With Palin, the Club for Growth, and conservative talk radio on the other side, he’ll likely have to stick to bluer states where there’s at least a chance that grassroots righties will give his candidates a pass in the primary on “electability” grounds.