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Palin: ‘Get Back to Protecting Our Constitution’

Sarah Palin says that “a lot of common sense, constitutional conservatives” will be elected in November.

“That’s what Americans are ready for — the kind of change where we get back to protecting our constitution and limiting government,” Palin tells us, backstage at the Restoring Honor event. “That’s what I think we see reflected here, even though this is a rally about restoring honor.”

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