“People getting healthcare is like a civil right,” the gubernatorial candidate said.
“The party’s got to grow bigger or we’re not going to win again,” he said.
Palin recited a modified version of "Green Eggs and Ham" to mock ObamaCare.
Justin Sink 03/09/14 06:00 AM EDT
Obama is trying to light a fire under his base for the midterm elections.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was the closing speaker at the three-day gathering.
Paul took 31 percent of the vote, a 20 point lead over second-place finisher Sen. Ted Cruz.
Citizens must be free of “the federal government straightjacket,” he said.
The retired neurosurgeon told the GOP to proclaim their values loud and clear.
He urged conservatives to draw a clear contrast with Dems.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) jabbed Hillary Clinton's potential 2016 bid.