Sarah Palin meets Conservatives4Palin (C4P) supporters in Iowa, still quiet on her plans in 2012 election

By on Sep 3, 2011 in International, Politics, United States Comments

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin met her supporters in Iowa on Friday, September 2, 2011, and joined a Conservatives4Palin (C4P) members meet-up, but kept quiet on her plans in 2012 election.



Sarah Palin at Machine Shed restaurant,
in Urbandale, Iowa on September 2, 2011

Image Credit: Jim Young / Reuters

According to US new sites, Sarah Palin and his husband Todd arrived at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa that night, coming from her hotel in Des Moines.

As noted in reports, she will be delivering a so-called “Tea Party” speech at Indianola, Iowa the following night, but her announcement that she will run for president in 2012 is not being expected.

Apparently, the event was organized by Conservatives4Palin (C4P), a website that chronicles, defends and promotes all things about Palin, co-founded by Rebecca Mansour, Palin‘s speechwriter.

That evening, hundreds of Palin supporters gathered with most of them shouting “Run, Sarah, Run!” repeatedly, while others took their cameras and smartphone to document the said event.

“Happy with the field of candidates.” Sarah Palin replied to a Radio Iowa reporter who asked her about her thoughts on current GOP presidential candidates.

“I always think that there’s room for more, though, because spirited debate and more competition will allow an even better discourse and a more rigorous discourse that the public deserves.” Palin added.

The 47-year old 2008 Republican Party vice-presidential candidate did not speak to the crowd but posed for pictures and signed autographs, and reportedly left after an hour.



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