Sarah Palin Makes Her Pro-Life Post-Election Debut

Sarah Palin Makes Her Pro-Life Post-Election Debut


Sarah Palin is coming to the Lower 48 tonight and she’s got a pro-life speech in her hand. She’s choosing the Vanderburgh County Right to Life Banquet in Evansville, Indiana as her first major public event since the 2008 campaign. Pro-lifers must be jumping for joy, Liberals are probably taking an advil.

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Marjorie Dannenfelser is President of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List and Co-Founder of Team Sarah. Here’s what she has to say:

“For Governor Palin to go to a place like Indiana to advocate for women, unborn children, and those with special needs speaks volumes about who she is and where her heart is,” “This type of decision leaves media, beltway, political, and feminist elites scratching their heads.  But spending time at a pro-life banquet and a charity event to support families of children with Down Syndrome is a good choice for her because it's a reflection of not only her values, but her true persona: outside the Washington Beltway, beyond elite insider politics.” 

“She's just being who she is, and what annoys Washington insiders doubly attracts real Americans. They are hungry for authenticity, and they have found it in her.  Governor Palin sees the value, necessity, and joy inherent in every human life, and that quality rises above and beyond political gamesmanship.”

By the way, the Vanderburgh County Right to Life Banquet is an annual event that draws about 2,000 people. It’s billed as the largest pro-life banquet in the World. Oh, did I forget to tell you that Michael Steele will be speaking there too? Man, they should offer this on pay per view. It could be THAT good. I’m sure conservatives and liberals would like to see those comments.

Check back on The Brody File Friday for a report.


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