Sarah Palin, easily the most polarizing figure in a tea party dominated by extremists, is headed for Wisconsin for a rally at the state capitol in Madison where Republican Governor Scott Walker rammed through controversial legislation that would strip union rights for most public workers.
The Alaska governor who quit before her term ended and failed 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate will speak at the tea party’s annual tax day rally, which begins at noon.
The Wisconsin Democratic Party, still stinging over Gov. Scott Walker’s divisive collective bargaining law, said in a statement that Palin and Walker “complement each perfectly because each of them wants to lower wages and benefits for Wisconsin families.”
Groups opposed to Walker’s actions announced plans Thursday afternoon for a counter-rally.
10 thoughts on “Palin headed to Wisconsin for Tea Party rally”
Beware, background air ignites at the slightest,,
play with gas.
6,500 at Palin rally. The nightmare is that she won’t be in the RepubliCON primaries.
Say, cheese !
The teachers are schooling them.
Nightmare? In certain ways, sure. But Obama or the left would think it was the exact opposite of a nightmare if she got the nomination.
I hope she gets pummeled with cow manure.
Sarah Palin is the left’s worst nightmare….
You sure you didn’t mean ‘wet dream’?
Though I can’t remember the details, I’m sure Palin was not in my worst nightmare.
Nah, the left’s wet dream is Michele “ma belle” Obama. Y’all can keep her, too. Too bitter for anyone with an intact brain.
The rally will be starting soon, if my horography is right….
Every lefty’s nightmare is still ahead of us. 2012 will be it, as we send home, permanently, the Obama mob and all those Dem Senators.
She’s the gift that keeps on giving…..no nightmare for me. Pure unadulterated free comedy 24/7.
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