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Sarah Palin event canceled: Safety first

HollywoodNews.com: A Sarah Palin event that was scheduled for May has reportedly been canceled due to growing safety concerns.

The Sharon K Pacheco Foundation has reportedly canceled their 2011 Patriots & Warriors Charity Gala due to personal attacks against Sarah Palin, states TMZ.

While there have reportedly been no direct threats against Palin, the event featuring her had to be canceled to keep everyone safe.

The event was canceled just a day after it was announced.

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  • February 6, 2011 | Permalink |

    I copied/pasted the answer from someone else:

    ChristineJackman at 10:28 PM February 06, 2011
    This story smells bad. Why would the possible first female Republican candidate for President book an event with a tiny Foundation the same day as the debate at President Reagan’s Library on May 02, Simi Valley, CA hosted by Former First Lady Nancy Reagan.

    The foundation had been promoting Palin since Nov, 2010. Tickets first went on sale for $185.00, than $15.00 off finally they offered the ticket for 1/2 price. Ticket sales were dismal.

    This very small Foundation has $1000.00 in their piggy back. Without advance volume ticket sales the Foundation would have faced a financial disaster.

    The debate that palin was willing to miss seems very odd. This year especially because of the 100 year Celebration historic significance.

    Someone released a dramatic account about the negative reaction to Palin and that’s the reason for canceling.

    The over-the-top unfounded explanation of palin’s cancellation turned her supporters into warriors. They’re ready to take up arms to protect palin.

    Are the gun lovers ready to go and use their weapons to provide palin her rights the same group that said words didn’t motivate anyone in Tucson to shot?

    Who ever released the inflammatory statement regarding the cancellation of palin is not doing any good.

    We already know that palin loves being the victim.

  • February 7, 2011 | Permalink |

    Something bogus about this. She could be playing the victim again. I bet this organization hadn’t ever planned on her speaking…….. March 2 is the same night as the presidential debates. I guess she’s free. I doubt she shows for that one though.

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