Palin's Louisville Speech To Focus On Faith, Not Politics

by Gabe Bullard on September 15, 2010

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will speak at two events in Louisville Thursday. But only one speech is open to the public, and it won’t focus on politics.

First, Palin will speak at a lunchtime fundraiser for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The event is for campaign donors only. At 2:00, Palin will cross the street and speak at the National Quartet Convention in Freedom Hall.

Convention president Les Beasley says Palin has been asked to speak about her faith.

“See, our music is Christian-oriented,” he says. “And she seems to have a strong faith in the Christian religion and she comes across as being a fine lady and we just thought that people might like to hear her speaking.”

Beasley says politics may come up during the subsequent question and answer session, and he expects the audience will include some Palin followers.

“Yeah, I think a lot of them would agree with her politics,” says Beasley. “Obviously, some of them don’t, because we’ve had some negative comments, but very, very few.”

Palin’s convention speech is open to the media and tickets are being sold to the general public.

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Joe Price September 15, 2010 at 2:28 pm

One hopes that audiences will get wise and stop assembling for Sarah Palin. It’s plain that the impetus for such a conclusion any time soon must come from that quarter rather than from the media personality herself.

curth September 16, 2010 at 12:34 am

Why would anyone not want to hear someone like Sarah Palin speak?

She’s honest, smart, loves her country, wants to keep us from going socialist, is for small business, smaller government, lower taxes, against the health care bill, against illegal immigration as it is right now, has guts and determination to stand eye to eye with anyone and stand her ground.
She’s attractive and loves her family. She chose not to have an abortion, she stood by her daughter through her pregnancy and birth of her baby, she probably even forgave her daughter for ever bringing that loser 15 minutes of fame former son in law into their lives.
She has a great marriage, a handsome husband, great kids, a son who served, she is hated by your ilk and loved by by those who know her.
She is factual, upfront and is ALWAYS smiling…something you NEVER see on the faces of the gloom and doom, woe is me opposition. She has a bright outlook for our country and a vision for an even greater country that we will become in spite of all the losers in charge right now. She is happy and optimistic and not mad, angry, bitter and pessimistic(for whatever reasons) as the opposition.

Oh, that’s right, these all bad things to people like you.

Palin Flim Flam Artist September 16, 2010 at 10:22 am

Palin will take her cut of the “contributions” off the top. She doesn’t do anything for free, and neither does her running buddy Beck. Ky voters, especially seniors better wake up. If Rand Paul is elected, he will do away with SS and Medicare. The Republicans have been adamant on that issue.

James September 16, 2010 at 12:17 pm

No one is suggesting we abolish Social Security, Medicaid, or any of these programs IMMEDIATELY. If you would take time to really look into his position, you’ll find that Rand Paul and many others believe that these programs should always be there for our seniors and those who have paid into it their whole lives, but that there should be a private alternative and begin phasing out Social Security for us young folks who will likely never see a dime of what we put into it.

mike September 16, 2010 at 4:12 pm

Palin has a teabag for a brain, an extreme right wing nut. What papers do you read? What other Supreme court decisions do you disagree with? 1/2 term Governor of Alaska, building a bridge to nowhere….hahahahahah
I would love it if the GOP would actually run her for prez!!

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