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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

(Video) Sarah Palin Rallies Thousands at Baylor University & Vitae Foundation, Kansas City

Governor Palin yesterday electrified an audience of over 5,000 with her her pro-life message at a CareNET Banquet in Waco, TX, according to a Central Texas Now report. "Her speech started and ended with a standing ovation, and she stopped for applause many times in between," the article stated. 
She said that "progressive" feminist groups with their pro-abortion message do not empower women, rather hold them down. She discussed living her pro-life values under less than ideal circumstances, conceiving and giving birth to Trig, who has Down Syndrome; and Bristol Palin's pregnancy during the 2008 campaign.

Sarah Palin Addresses Crowd At Baylor University’s Ferrell Center

Vitae Foundation, Kansas City, KS

Sarah Palin told a Kansas City audience Monday night that she knows what it’s like to “lose hope” when confronted with the impending birth of a special-needs child.

In an intensely personal 47-minute testimonial to the Vitae Foundation, an anti-abortion group, the former Alaska governor claimed 85 to 90 percent of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted. […]
At a critical moment, Palin recalled hearing a whisper from the Holy Spirit, “just asking me, ‘Are you going to trust me? Are you going to walk the walk, or are you just going to talk the talk?’  Palin, 46, said she thanked God for Trig’s birth because it “reaffirmed and strengthened my unwavering support for life at every stage.”
“Choosing life may not always be the easy path, but it is always the right path,” Palin said. “God does see a way where we would think there is no way. And he does not make mistakes. […]
But there was one exception: She acknowledged Jacob Turk, the GOP nominee for the 5th Congressional District seat now held by Democrat Emanuel Cleaver.
Palin said Turk had given her a business card that said elected officials must “listen to all, lead with integrity … and champion opportunity. That’s leadership, not politics.” “I love that motto,” Palin said. She talked briefly about the growing influence of the tea party movement across the country and complained that the mainstream media were seeking to undermine the movement’s momentum.
She also mentioned that she had recently gone hunting in Alaska and still had caribou blood under her fingernails. “We eat, therefore we hunt,” she said quoting a hunter’s motto.

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