“I almost feel a little bit sorry for the president. They expected us to welcome the change. Come November we’re going to show them just how grateful we are.”
May 12, 2010
Sarah Palin rocked the house at the Rosemont Theatre tonight in Chicago, Illinois. The former Alaska Governor took a few shots at Barack Obama on his home turf during her sold out appearance in the Windy City.
NBC Chicago reported:
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A packed house roared with cheers as GOP superstar Sarah Palin took the stage Wednesday night at the Rosemont Theatre.
Introduced to a video with a narrator that said “she’s right here in Barack Obama’s hometown,” Palin stood before an American flag and took on Illinois and its native son.
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“This ‘hopey-changey’ thing isn’t what we bargained for,” the former Vice-Presidential candidate told the supportive crowd, adding that she was “glad to be here on the president’s home turf.”
“I almost feel a little bit sorry for the president,” she said. “They expected us to welcome the change. Come November we’re going to show them just how grateful we are.”