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Tea Party Rally: "So this is the Sarah Palin Movement then?"

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A young Conservative, or so he says, running for Mayor and a local radio personality gets booed off a stage at a Tea Party rally.

Why?

Matt Walsh simply told the truth that the Republican Party and the 2 Party system has created the mess we see today. He also said that Sarah Palin is not the answer. That she couldn't even finish out her term in Alaska.

He makes the astute observation that what is needed is systemic change. The crowd gets rather nasty and he is called a punk. He is also accused of being an infiltrator.

He finishes by saying so I am getting booed off the stage for saying Sarah Palin is not the answer. "Ok," he says, "So this is the Sarah Palin Movement then?"

The answer to his question is that the Tea Party Movement is a hoax. It is being financed by corporate interests and has been taken over by the Republican Party. That is why the poster child of the movement is Sarah Palin. It is in fact the Sarah Palin Movement.
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I work as a school counselor and mental health counselor in Gallup New Mexico.

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