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Archive for October 23rd, 2011

Full Report Plus Photo’s From Palin’s Speech to 6,500 “Delighted Fans”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on October 23, 2011

Tupelo City Council President Fred Pitts presents Sarah Palin with a key to the city after her speech at the Extraordinary Women Conference on Saturday. It was held at the BancorpSouth Arena. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)

Tupelo City Council President Fred Pitts presents Sarah Palin with a key to the city after her speech at the Extraordinary Women Conference on Saturday. It was held at the BancorpSouth Arena. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)

Extraordinary Women Conference attendees cheer as Sarah Palin takes the stage to speak. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)

Extraordinary Women Conference attendees cheer as Sarah Palin takes the stage to speak. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)
 
Palin’s Prayer: Former Alaska governor gives religious testimony
byGalen Holley | NEMS Daily Journal

Tupelo City Council President Fred Pitts presents Sarah Palin with a key to the city after her speech at the Extraordinary Women Conference on Saturday. It was held at the BancorpSouth Arena. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)Extraordinary Women Conference attendees cheer as Sarah Palin takes the stage to speak. (C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL)
TUPELO – Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin arrived in Tupelo in blue suede shoes, much to the delight of an estimated 6,500 fans.

Palin wasted no time Saturday at the BancorpSouth Arena invoking the name of Tupelo’s native son, Elvis, as she began her hour-long speech that mingled personal religious testimony with political and social commentary.

“This (Elvis’) story is an all-American story that shows you anything is possible and you never know where you’ll end up in this blessed land,” Palin said.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee took the stage at 3 p.m. as the keynote speaker for the Extraordinary Women Conference, an event that began Friday evening and featured various Christian female authors and speakers.

Women young and old hurried forward to snap photographs as Palin stood on a stage awash in pink and blue light.

Palin told of giving her life to Christ at a Bible camp when she was a girl. Her perspective on world affairs changed, she said, when she became a mother, a point she teased out in a speech delivered to almost all women.

She was reminded of scripture, Palin said, upon learning at age 44 that she was pregnant with her son, Trig.”I laughed. I remember another Sarah who laughed, too,” Palin said, referring Genesis 18:12, where the wife of Abraham laughs at the suggestion that she will have a child in her old age.With clenched fists, an impassioned Palin said abortion is a great evil and that children, like Trig, who was born with Down syndrome, remind society how to be compassionate and loving.

Tupelo was one of only four stops on the nationwide Extraordinary Women tour at which Palin will speak. Organizers said they chose the All-America City because Palin’s appeal among conservatives in the area remains strong, even though she announced earlier this month she would not seek the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.

The atmosphere at the BancorpSouth Arena was palpably feminine. Shanna Berryhill made the drive over from Pope to enjoy the company of other Christian ladies.

“It’s a spiritual rest,” said Berryhill, who’s husband and two kids gave her the afternoon off. “It really ignites my heart for God,” she said shortly before Palin took the stage.

Palin repeatedly emphasized that the United States is a Christian nation, one based on “God-fearing, Judeo-Christian principles.”

“We cannot retreat, ladies. We have to reload with truth,” Palin said to thunderous applause, drawing a parallel between the Tea Party movement and the salt and light of which Jesus speaks in Matthew 5.

Lori Zustiak of Nashville sat rocking her young son near the entrance to the arena as Palin finished on stage.

“Governor Palin is just very inspiring,” Zustiak said. “She reminds us of what America used to be.”

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“Those in attendance were spellbound by Palin’s speech”. Television Report From Mississippi

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on October 23, 2011

Palin wows packed Bancorpsouth Arena.

Palin wows packed Bancorpsouth Arena.
TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) — She’s a household name across the country and ran as a vice-presidential candidate in 2008.None other than Sarah Palin made a stop in Tupelo Saturday afternoon at the BancorpSouth Arena.

A group known as the Extraordinary Women Association hosted the event where Palin spoke before a packed house.

Many said Palin gave the crowd what they were looking for.

“Thank you so much, Mississippi!” a jubilant Sarah Palin said as she took the stage.

Palin brought her unique brand of charisma to a filled-to-capacity Bancorpsouth Arena.

She kicked things off with a reference to Elvis.

“It’s a good thing that in honor of Elvis, I got to wear my daughter Bristol’s blue suede shoes, and I got to wear them for you all,” Palin said. “[Bristol] got ’em when she was in L.A. on Dancing with the Stars.”

Bristol didn’t make the trip; however, her husband Todd did.

This was the culmination of a two-day conference in which over 7,000 people — mostly women — listened to Palin speak on matters both spritual and political.

“Everyone has challenges. Nobody’s road is easy. Everyone in your relationships, in your workplace, in your churches, in your neighborhoods, maybe within your own family, a health battle, maybe a battle trying to keep your home. Maybe somebody in your family [is] trying to keep a job,” Palin said. “Everybody is going through battles; mine just happen to get exaggerated or just downright made up, and their splashed across a tabloid or [television show].”

On the political side of things she, like an evangelist, asked the Extraoridnary Women’s group to do what she called extraordinary things to save the country.

“I do not believe that we shall fulfill our destiny as a nation that puts its trust in God if we just sit back and watch some fundamental transformation of our country. Turning it into something that is good and just and right and free in America [should be the focus],” Palin said.

Those in attendance were spellbound by Palin’s speech.

“I like her outgoing personality and her aggresive spirit,” Corinth resident Sherry Jobe said. “And the fact that she does not back down about her being a Christian, her belief.”

Philadelphia resident Laura Renfrow was asked if she’d vote for Palin if the former Alaska governor ran for president.

“Yes, I would,” Renfrow said. “I hope she’ll run. I do.”

Palin also received a key to the city from Tupelo City Council President Fred Pitts.

These days she participates in political event programming for FOX News Channel.

 
 
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Palin’s Incredible High Heels At Tupelo Conference Today

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on October 23, 2011

The best looking,best talking, Grandma in the USA !

Update: The photo is from the Lynchburg Conference-but, who cares when it was taken, it’s a great photo and the point remains exactly the same!

UPDATE:  LINK TO CONFERENCE REPORT AND PHOTOS IS:

AT THIS LINK

 

 

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