Sarah Palin Thursday released a video on her Facebook page that smacks of a very early presidential campaign ad spot in which she warns Washington to watch out for the angry "mama grizzlies," who are ready to "get our country back on the right track."
Set against a background of inspirational music and over pictures of Palin working crowds at rallies, the message of the ad, called "Mama Grizzlies," is geared toward women who are unhappy with the current Democratic administration.
"It seems like it's kind of a mom awakening in the last year and a half where women are rising up saying, 'No, we've had enough already,' because moms kinda just know when something is wrong," Palin's voice booms as the image of a middle-aged woman holding a sign that reads, "I'm not the 'Angry Mob' I'm an angry, tax-bled hockey mom" flashes by.
"There in Alaska I always think about the mama grizzly bears that rise up on their hind legs when somebody's coming to attack their cubs -- to do something adverse toward their cubs," Palin says. "You thought pit bulls were tough, well, you don't want to mess with the mama grizzlies."
Sounding teary, Palin discusses the need to "turn things around" for "kids and grandkids." One video segment shows an elderly woman in a wheelchair attending a Tea Party rally with a sign reading, "Don't Tread on Me" attached to her chair.
The ad, which demands "common sense solutions," was paid for by Palin's political action committee and does not mince words when declaring war on the current political situation.
“Look out Washington, cause there’s a whole stampede of pink elephants crossing the line and the E.T.A. for them stampeding through is November 2, 2010," Palin says.