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Recorded: Fri 04 Nov 2011, 02:25 GMT
Released: Fri 04 Nov 2011, 02:39 GMT

Subject(s):
- politics

Location: Lake Buena Vista, UNITED STATES (USA)

Lake Buena Vista, UNITED STATES (USA), Fri 04 Nov 2011, 02:25 GMT

FORMER ALASKA GOVERNOR SARAH PALIN -- THE FEATURED SPEAKER AT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF FLORIDA STATE FUNDRAISER THURSDAY EVENING.
PALIN FOCUSING MUCH OF HER SPEECH ON THE OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT.
Palin says: "Things may look gloomy. The economy may look tough, gloomy. I have confidence though, that our future is bright. So long as we win the current battles in our country. I say this because of my faith in the character of the American people. And, my personal belief that god has shed his grace on thee, America, that we are a blessed and prosperous land."

Palin says: "So we can be filled with hope, we can be a big believer in hope and change. Believe that our hope lies in changing the occupant of the White House."

Palin says: "I would like to know that my federal government understands a vision that believes in empowerment versus entitlement, and to see this struggle in action, look no further than the Occupy Wall Street Movement that's going on."

Palin says: "But this Occupy Wall Street crowd, now it seems to have evolved a bit, Occupy Wall Street, crowd has drawn now, I believe, the wrong conclusions. They say, Wall Street fat cats got a bailout, so now I want one too. And the correct answer is, no one is entitled to a bailout. Now many of us are rightly disgusted by the rise of the wrong kind of capitalism today, the cronyism. And heck, really it's, what we're talking about isn't even capitalism because it's not based on personal risk and reward, and responsibility and innovation, it is corrupt. And it's no surprise then that a grassroots movement finally took to the streets to demand reform. It's a movement against the Wall Street bailouts and against the auto bailouts, and the corporate welfare, and the waste, and the sweetheart deals between politicians and well-connected big business lobbyists who are there in D.C. - and that movement, it has a name, it's called the Tea Party!"

Palin: "Barack Obama is owned by Wall Street. The fat cats, as he calls them, are his friends, they're his pals! That's where he gets his campaign donations."
PALIN ALSO STATED THAT PRESIDENT OBAMA IS OWNED BY WALL STREET AND THAT THE SO-CALLED FAT CATS ARE HIS PALS.




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