Sarah Rocked the House in Norfolk Virginia

I was lucky enough to win two tickets to Freedom Fest 2010 on the Steve Batton show. Yesterday, my dad and I got to spend 2.5 hours listening to Lee Greenwood, Col. Oliver North, Sen. George Allen, Bishop Jackson, Jay Sakulow, and …Gov. Sarah Palin. It was one event filled night. When we got to the Ted Constant Center at Old Dominion University there were some protesters…by some I mean like, 10! Here are some picturesI took of the protesters:

WHen one guy realized I was taking pictures, he hid behind his sign. By the looks of his sign, he is the one who doesn’t read much. It has been proven time ever time that Sarah Palin did not ban books!

Here are a few pictures of the outside of the event.

As you can see…we are having a heat wave here!

Once inside, we were greeted by a table filled with items for a silent auction. There were autographed pictures of President Reagan, Gov. Palin, and Pres. and Mrs. Bush (43). There were too many items to photograph so here are the two I chose to share.

The program was packed full of great speakers and good music. We were entertained by Lee Greenwood with a playlist of patriotic songs including “God Bless America” and “God Bless the U.S.A.” Below is a video I shot of Lee Greenwood performing “God Bless America”

The program:

The music set the tone for the rest of the night. Lee Greenwood was very moving and the crowd loved him. Many were even signing along. I was impressed by all of the speakers that followed. Bishop Jackson was powerful and inspirational. He spoke of the liberal goal of division of country versus unity. I loved it when he said “it took my people days and weeks to reach this country but today there are planes that can take you right out…if you don’t love this country, get out.” Here is Bishop Jackson. Bishop Jackson is the president of STAND – Staying True to America’s National Destiny. Please view Bishop Jackson’s website to find out about STAND and read about the Bishop.

Next was Col. Oliver North. He shared with us a rare video of the work our troops do to fight terror at home and overseas. Col. North spoke of the courage and drive it takes to be a member of the greatest military on Earth.

I could go on and on about each speaker, however, I will keep it short. The highlight of the night and the most inspirational was of course Sarah Palin. I was able to video her speech. I did have some technical difficulty and missed a few seconds of the speech here and there. Below is Gov. Palin’s speech in three parts.

As you can see Sarah rocked the house! She was amazing. She hit back and she hit back hard. She is standing up for all of us who believe this country is on the wrong track. As she said in her speech, Washington D.C. is not listening and we need a change in administration. She understands the importance of a strong, fully funded military. She understands that we must shore up our allies and not tear them down. She understands that we ARE fighting a war of terror not man-made disasters. Most of all Sarah Palin understands that America IS exceptional!

Here are some pictures of Gov. Palin at Freedom Fest 2010:





After her speech, Gov. Palin answered questions from Steve Batton. During the question and answer period, the topic of Sarah’s red shoes came up. I was able to video a part of her answer in which she was calling out the media that if all they get out of her speech was that she was wearing red shoes it would show their motivation! Here is the part I was able to video:

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3 Responses

  1. Denise,

    Thank you so much for the round-up of events and the photos. Your post is such a blessing to those, like me, who could not be there in person. Thanks for letting me see it through your eyes. Great writing… stellar photography… terrific friend.

    God bless you!
    Missy

  2. Thank you so much for doing what others won’t and sharing last night’s speech. Great work!!

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