March 15, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Conservative superstars Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck called for Americans to demand a smaller government that adheres to the principles of its founding fathers during a rally in downtown Tulsa on Saturday.
In front of about 6,000 enthusiastic fans, they criticized President Barack Obama’s administration, Washington politicians, progressives and journalists while advocating for average people who they say aren’t being heard by those in power.
The duo spoke at the Tulsa Convention Center for the kickoff of the “Taking Our Country Back Tour.” They were joined by country musicians John Rich and Gretchen Wilson, who played after the speeches.
Palin and Beck adhered to the themes of having a limited government, reducing the federal deficit and relying on individual responsibility.
Palin said Americans should remember that government works for them and not the other way around.