Sarah Palin appearance in Colorado on May 22nd.

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On May 22nd, 2010, at the Magness Arena in Denver, Sarah Palin spoke to a crowd of the curious, the disappointed, and adoring fans.  This appearance comes on the night that Ken Buck received 76 % of the delegate votes at the Republican State Assembly. While waiting outside the arena to enter it, I spoke to a few people who were nervous because they were not sure if Sarah Palin would endorse Jane Norton in her speech. Some ticket holders informed me that if Jane was endorsed, they would boo and walk out in disgust. This never took place.  Jane Norton was never mentioned in the speech.

The general tone of her speech seemed to be catering to the ideals that conservatives favor in terms of less spending and more fiscal responsibility. She also made comparative analogies between Colorado and Alaska in terms of the weather. The crowd erupted in applause on many occasions. I am not sure if this means their nerves were calmed by virtue of no endorsement. That has yet to be determined.

The other people you see in these photos are Dennis Prager and Hugh Hewitt. Admittedly, these photos did not turn out as well as I would have liked them to. I might need a better camera.

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