Sarah Palin to Continue One Nation Bus Tour at Iowa State Fair (Video)
The former governor of Alaska announced the news in an email, while posting a cryptic promotional video on YouTube.
The Sarah Palin One Nation bus tour is set to continue its journey through the American Heartland this weekend, making a stop at the Iowa state fair.
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The former governor of Alaska and vice-presidential candidate announced the long-anticipated second leg of her tour in an email to supporters, published by POLITICO. Palin confirms a weekend visit to the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, revealing few additional details. She does, however, express excitement over the state’s infamous fried butter-on-a-stick — Read below.
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We are very happy to jump back on the bus for another leg of our "One Nation Tour"! We accept with gratefulness an invitation to meet folks at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines this week. The heartland is perfect territory for more of the One Nation Tour as we put forth efforts to revitalize the fundamental restoration of America by highlighting our nation's heart, history, and founding principles.
In a grossly weakened economy - especially when recovery is thwarted by today's Obamanomics - prudent Americans make sensible decisions to live within their means. This includes seeking affordable participation in more community events, local patriotic parades, and traditional all-American venues like state fairs. State fairs hold a special place in our nation's history and heritage, so my family is honored to highlight one of them on one stop along the One Nation Tour route - America's historic Iowa State Fair! (I'm also excited to try some of that famous fried butter-on-a-stick, fried cheesecake-on-a-stick, fried twinkies, etc. I'll enjoy them in honor of those who'd rather make us just "eat our peas"!)
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Palin also revealed a new promotional video, in which she touts small-town values and the journey of President Harry S. Truman from his home in Missouri to the White House.