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Sarah Palin Campaigns for Joe Miller at His “Change DC” Rally in Anchorage

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 29, 2010

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Governor Palin campaigned for Joe Miller at his “Change DC” rally in Anchorage last night.  Ericka Bolstead at the Anchorage Daily News wrote:

Hundreds of people gathered Thursday night in the Dena’ina Center in downtown Anchorage for the rally, which was headlined by Palin but also featured a number of lower wattage political luminaries appearing by video. At the event, billed as a “Change DC” rally, Miller said the campaign was only five days away from changing the nation’s capital.

“And I’m not talking about Obama’s kind of change,” Miller said.

[…]

Those who are criticizing him “represent the way of the past, not the future,” Miller said, and again called on his supporters for their prayers for his victory over Democrat Scott McAdams and Sen. Lisa Murkowski.

“There’s one other thing that we have in our arsenal,” he said. “That thing we have in our arsenal is prayer. Now I want you to pray like you’ve never prayed before.”

Miller upped the ante from some of the other speakers, who had urged those attending the rally to drag at least two of their friends to the polls, too, on Election Day. Miller asked the crowd to persuade 10 people who are on the fence about him to vote.

“Tell your friends to vote,” he said, adding, “and when we change this nation on Nov. 2, you will know that it is Alaska’s destiny to lead this nation into the future.”

Firing up the crowd before Miller’s speech, Palin took a swipe at both of his opponents, Murkowksi in particular: “One is an out-of-touch liberal, and the other happens to be the mayor of Sitka,” she quipped.

Only a few other moments rated as much applause as Palin’s appearance at the rally: a senator from Oklahoma questioning whether climate change is real, and a new commercial from the Miller campaign attacking Murkowski.

[…]

Other speakers over video included radio talk show host Lars Larson, former presidential candidate/former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, tea party darling Rep. Michelle Bachman, R-Minn., and Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., whose political action committee is one of Miller’s biggest supporters, also appeared over video.

Much of the rally was emceed by actress Janine Turner, who said that although she played “Maggie” from the iconic Alaska television show, Northern Exposure, Thursday’s event was her first appearance in Alaska. (The cute brunette pixie cut is gone. She’s a platinum blonde now.)

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