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September 3, 2011

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Sarah Palin addresses a crowd of Tea Party supporters at an event in Indianola, Iowa. “The road ahead is not easy,” Palin warned supporters about the upcoming election. “You will be demonized. They’ll mock you. They’ll make things up. They’ll tell you to go to hell…we won’t say ‘No, you go to hell.’ We won’t say that.” [KGO]

This was the best moment of the entire speech. There are a couple of animated GIFs to be made from this.

14:59 // 2 years ago
Speech over. There were a lot of words strung together, but they certainly didn’t say much. And she ended the speech on this zinger.

Speech over. There were a lot of words strung together, but they certainly didn’t say much. And she ended the speech on this zinger.

14:56 // 2 years ago
"They’ll mock you, they’ll make things up, they’ll tell you to go to hell!”

"They’ll mock you, they’ll make things up, they’ll tell you to go to hell!”

14:44 // 2 years ago
14:41 // 2 years ago
My plan is a bonafide pro-workingman’s plan!
Sarah Palin • Saying a line that literally made us fall out of our chair laughing. She also said “have our come to Jesus moment.”
14:35 // 2 years ago
The number of buzzwords in this speech is just stunning.

The number of buzzwords in this speech is just stunning.

14:30 // 2 years ago
Sarah Palin’s speaking now. She’s talking about “crony capitalism” at the moment. And the “permanent political class.”

Sarah Palin’s speaking now. She’s talking about “crony capitalism” at the moment. And the “permanent political class.”

14:20 // 2 years ago
If Sarah Palin’s running, we’re going back to bed. Fortunately, it doesn’t look like the announcement’s coming today.

If Sarah Palin’s running, we’re going back to bed. Fortunately, it doesn’t look like the announcement’s coming today.

12:54 // 2 years ago
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11:07 // 2 years ago
July 24, 2011

Box office: Sarah Palin documentary not showing long-term staying power

  • 63% the 2nd week box-office dip for ”The Undefeated” source

» Not showing staying power: While the Sarah Palin documentary didn’t suffer the steepest dip this weekend (that honor goes to the final “Harry Potter” film, which didn’t even score two consecutive weeks at the top of the box office), it didn’t show the growth that many slow-rollout films often do. For a small release like “The Undefeated,” though (which actually expanded its theater count slightly, but has only made roughly $100,000 during its two-week run), that’s not very good for its long-term prospects — nor was its $1,714 per-screen count. You know what would be? If Sarah Palin announces a presidential run. (h/t ohheybill)

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21:49 // 2 years ago