A new video from Sarah Palin's political action committee invokes the power of “common-sense conservative women” as she urges “mama grizzlies” to let the nation hear them roar.
The campaign-style video features the former Alaska governor calling forth a "stampede" of conservative women who want to change Washington, according to The Swamp political blog in the Chicago Tribune.
The SarahPAC video features footage and audio from various appearances of the former Republican vice-presidential nominee.
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"This year will be remembered as a year when common-sense conservative women get things done for our country," Palin proclaims in the video. "It seems like it's kind of a mom awakening in the last year and a half . . . Moms kind of just know when something's wrong."
The women power she evokes in her campaign for what has come to be known as the “new feminism” calls to mind Helen Reddy’s feminine anthem from the ’70s, which proclaimed,” I am woman, hear me roar, in numbers too big to ignore.”
And Palin’s “Moms kind of just know when something’s wrong” nearly channel’s Reddy’s “Oh yes I am wise, but it's wisdom born of pain.”
The SarahPAC video doesn’t pitch for money, but rather urges viewers to "join the movement," The Swamp reports.
Echoing Reddy’s “I am woman watch me grow, see me standing toe to toe.”
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