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Video: My Cape County Republican Women’s Club Speech: Conservatism and the Black Community

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 13, 2013

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Yesterday, I had the privilege of delivering a speech to the Cape County Republican Women’s Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The topic was “Conservatism and the Black Community.” I had an amazing time and am so grateful for the opportunity to share a message that is so very needed.

Although Governor Palin was not the subject of the speech, I did mention her a couple times as I shared how my interest in politics began and discussed why the left despises her so much.

Below is the YouTube description, the video, and pictures taken after the speech.

Should Republicans target the black community? Adrienne Ross delivers a rousing speech to the Cape County Republican Women’s Club on the topic of “Conservatism and the Black Community.” She discusses the chasm that exists between the Republican party and black Americans, but declares it can be overcome–and now is the time to walk through that open door. Who’s willing and why bother?

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