Last night, Governor Sarah Palin addressed over one thousand people at The Berry Patch in Cleveland, Missouri. Gov. Palin emphasized that Sarah was the only candidate who had the backbone to do what's right and stand up to the establishment and special interests that lurk in Washington, DC, stating, "She's the candidate in this race who scares them because she won't go to Washington to just go along, to get along. You have that choice to choose, results over rhetoric. Convictions over consultants and Missouri over Washington."
Governor Palin pointed to Sarah's strong, conservative record and her ability to follow through with commitments, some of which can be found in her "Contract with Missouri":http://www.sarahsteelman.com/pages/sarahs-contract-with-missouri. Among the legislative items Steelman commits to sponsoring or cosponsoring are a balanced budget amendment, a cap on federal spending, repealing Obamacare and protecting life and liberty.
After their speeches, Gov. Palin and Sarah served barbecue to the crowd, one at a time, for well over an hour. This event may have been the largest in the primary to date.
"I'm grateful for Gov. Palin's endorsement," said Sarah, "She knows what it takes to fight for what's right in politics, and that is why she can relate to me. She knows that I have a history of standing up to the powerful and not backing down. She knows that I'll continue to be a fighter for what this country needs: a balanced budget, less spending and a greater respect for life and freedom."