Sarah Palin launched a two week road trip with the Tea Party Express in Reno, Nevada yesterday. The Tea Party movement tour will travel through 15 states ending November 1 in New Hampshire. Nevada is a battleground state where the Tea Party movement is challenging Barack Obama and Harry Reid supporting Sharron Angle. Sarah Palin explains that this is more about just gun control, it’s about taking back America. While advocating many GOP candidates, Palin warns that this may be the Republican’s “last shot”, otherwise a new political party will emerge.

Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin speaks during a Republican National Committee (RNC) get-out-the vote rally in Anaheim, California on October 16, 2010. Palin and RNC Chairman Michael Steele held the rally to raise money for the RNC. Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman and Senate candidate.Carly Fiorina were not among Palin's so-called Mama Grizzlies on hand for the rally. UPI/Jim Ruymen Photo via Newscom

Palin is optimistic that Harry Reid will be defeated and that the Republicans will take control of the House of Representatives, in effect, firing Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. In her speech to Tea Party supporters, Sarah wowed them with snappy lines like “I can see November from my house” and “don’t tell President Obama what number comes after a trillion”.

She adds a warning to Obama and the Democrats, “Mr. Obama, and your czars, you’re next because we can see 2012 from our house.” There seems little doubt that Palin will be a contender for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012. Her up-beat style in promoting “common sense Conservatism” is ringing true with many voters.

Unlike Obama, who is struggling to find supporters. This past Saturday in Massachusetts, President Obama said that Americans aren’t “thinking clearly”. He explains “Part of the reason that our politics seems so tough right now and facts and science and argument does not seem to be winning the day all the time is because we’re hardwired not to always think clearly when we’re scared”. Once again, Obama turns to his Elitist attitude that Americans are “clinging to the guns and God”. That we are too ignorant to understand what is best for us.

Not exactly the right way to endear people to your cause. Obama and the Beltway Power-Elites continue to cling to their worn-out view that only they know best. That is why Americans, polling at nearly 2-to-1 in opposition to Obama and his Progressive agenda. Top that off with statements he made in the recent New York Times magazine interview and with his message is one of condensation and general disdain for the average American.

Enter Sarah Palin who is an average American. She and her Mama Grizzlies understand what is most important. Restoring common sense to the political system. This is why the Tea Party movement has grown to such proportions. Americans are tired of being lied to. Obama admitted in the Times interview that there is no such thing as a “shovel-ready-job”, yet, that is what he and his minions have been preaching for nearly two years now.

Elites like Barack Obama, Bill Maher and Maureen Dowd think they know what’s best for the rest of us. Sarah Palin and the Tea Party movement believe we Americans are capable of managing our own lives and do not need dictates from Washington. Palin begins the Tea Party Express tour in Nevada to help Sharron Angle defeat Harry Reid on November 2nd. The 15 state tour ends on November 1st in New Hampshire. This is not a movement focused on simple issues like gun control or abortion, but one to restore “common sense Conservatism”, particularly with Federal regulation, mandates, and power. The Revolt of the Pawns is in full swing and the GOP better learn the lesson quickly, or, as Palin warns, a new political party will emerge displacing them.

Former Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin speaks at the Restoring Honor rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington on August 28, 2010. The conservative rally, unofficially affiliated with the Tea Party movement, attracted hundreds of thousands of attendees. Fox News TV host Glenn Beck stirred controversy by choosing to host a rally on August 28 at the Lincoln Memorial, as it is on the 47th anniversary and same location of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic I Have a Dream speech. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn Photo via NewscomBristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, and professional dancing partner Mark Ballas pose backstage after the premiere of ABC's series Dancing with the Stars Season 11 in Los Angeles September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

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