Sarah Palin delivered a "fire and brimstone" speech prepared especially for the new media attendees of "Right Online 2012" Friday evening in Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel. Palin was both serious and funny in her delivery evoking loud applause, cheers, and laughter.
Tony Lee of Brietbart.com penned the must-read "Top Ten Quotes From Sarah Palin's Right Online Address". In it, Lee cites "Palin showed once again how she, like Breitbart, could inspire conservatives, be funny, and mock liberals in a way that allows her message to cut through the mainstream media's filter." There were so many gems in this speech I'm sure Tony Lee had difficulty coming up with his top ten list. One of my favorite moments not included on Lee's list is when Palin is discussing the lamestream media and their lack of vetting of Candidate Obama. Palin went on to say said that there are a few good reporters out there that want truth and they're not wanting to put anyone on a pedestal that would seek to be "Prince of MakeStuffUpistan". In my book this was classic Palin.
Take a listen for yourself and be inspired.