Palin said the Tea Partiers are stronger, smarter, and hungrier and that is why conservatives must not retreat.
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Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin closed out closed out CPAC on Saturday and blasted the Republican establishment for marginalizing conservatives and the Tea Party after the historic 2010 elections in which the Tea Party gave House Republicans back their majority.
Palin, whose endorsement carries the most weight in GOP primaries, had a simple message for the “Beltway Boys”: “You didn’t build that. The Tea Party did.”

“Dance with the one that brought you,” Palin said. “And you want another sweep, then grab a broom and join us at the party.”

Palin said the Tea Partiers are stronger, smarter, and hungrier and that is why conservatives must not retreat.

Palin closed out CPAC as the conference’s featured speaker for the second time in the last three years. Last year, Sen. Ted Cruz, who said he would not be in the U.S. Senate were it not for Palin, closed out the conference. Palin, whose endorsement is the most influential in Republican primaries, said that if she does not run for president in 2016 Cruz and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) are at the top of her list. And she had plenty of praise for Cruz on Saturday, thanking Texas for helping put Congress on “Cruz control.”

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