[caption id="attachment_63581" align="alignright" width="296"] Palin's Big Gulp a show of GOP defiance
[/caption]Former Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin took the stage at CPAC with a large fountain drink seemingly in protest over the big liberal agendas such as Michelle Obama's calorie reduction plan for American students and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg's attempt at banning sugary soft drinks sold in larger than 16 ounce increments.
This isn't the first time Palin has stirred things up in a national setting. Many remember Palin as "Going Rouge" during her 2008 campaign along side John McCain. Palin rallied the CPAC crowd with her simple gesture of bringing a large fountain drink on stage as a symbolic gesture to the newest generation of young conservatives.
As she left the stage, she hoisted her large fountain drink in the air to get another rise out of the CPAC crowd. Conservative's have been quick to note the liberal's all out assault on food products that they don't agree with. Last year, a show down between conservatives and liberals on the topic gay marriage resulted in a "Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day" in which the store set daily sales records in many of its locations all through out America. Food has become a way for conservatives to find a common battle cry against liberals in their conquests to take over Capitol Hill in 2014 and the White House in 2016.
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