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tv   Tea Party Rally in Iowa  CSPAN  September 4, 2011 6:15am-7:00am EDT

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they gave their lives so we could be here today. you and i are blessed to be borne the heirs of freedom. -- to be born the heirs of freedom. [applause] as presiendent kennedy said, we dare not forget that we are the heirs of that first revolution, the heirs of those who froze with washington at valley forge and held the line and get as byrd, who freed the slaves to close a shameful chapter, and to carve the nation out of the wilderness. we are the sons and daughters of those who stormed the beaches of normandy and raised the flag at iwo jima and made america the strongest, most prosperous, the greatest nation on earth forever in mankind's history, the greatest, most exceptional nation." [applause] [hairhorn honks]
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we will never give up. we shall indoor because we live by them moral strength that we call grace. we have often skirted a press of this. a providential hand has always guided us to a better future. so let us seek that hand once more carrot ronald reagan said, if we ever forget that we are one nation under god, we will be a nation gone under." thee,e shed his gracce oe on america. we will not squander what we have been given. we will fight for freedom. we will fight for america. we are at the tipping point. united we must stand, and we will nobly save this last bewst st hope on earth. god bless you, iowa.
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god bless the united states of america. [applause] [air horn honks] >> run, sarah, run. run, sarah, run. sarah, run. ♪ >> the farmer's out factory workers do it with pride e 24/7, that assembly line.
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in every city and every town ♪ we will keep it movin ♪ god's country ♪
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♪ ♪ we'll keep a rockin we'll keep the roll we are the country we'll keep on movin we are the country we'll keep a groovin we'll keep it we are the country ♪
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>> god bless you, sarah. >> we love you! ♪
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>> can you get a picture? ♪
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♪ i love the red, white and blue ♪ >> tell her to look up here. >> right here. right here. ♪
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>> someone lost a camera. if you find it, could you please bring it here? thank you again for coming. >> sarah. sarah. ♪ >> sarah!
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>> sarah. >> sarah. ♪ >> thank you, sarah. >> we love you, sarah. ♪
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>> god bless america land that i love stand beside her and guide her through the night with a night from above from the mountains to the valleys to the oceans white with foam god bless america my home, sweet home ♪
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♪ god bless america land that i love stand beside her and guide her through the night with a light from above from the mountains to the valleys -- to the prairies to the oceans white with foam god bless america my home, sweet home god bless america
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my home sweet home ♪ [applause] >> god bless, american and god bless the tea party. ♪ ["9 to 5" theme playing] >> and yawn and stretch and try to come to life out on the streets the traffic
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start jumpin working 9 to 5, what a way to make a living and it's getting by all taking and no giving they use your mind and never give you credit enough to drive you crazy if you let it 9 to 5 for service and devotion you'd think i would get a fair promotion iswear sometimes that man out to get me ♪ you've got dreams he'll never take away out with your friends, waiting for the day your ship will come
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in the tide's gonna turn and it's all gonna roll your way working 9 to 5, what a way to make a living and it's getting by all taking and no giving they use your mind and never gi ve you credit enough to drive you crazy if you let it it's a rich man's game no matter what thyey call it. 9:00 to 5:00 it's getting by all taking and no giving they use your mind and never give you credit enough to drive you crazy if
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you let it 9:00 to 5:00 they got you where they want you it's a rich man's game... ♪ >> that's encouraging. what's his name? >> kyle. >> give him a hug for me. >> can you sign this for us? that's a silver -- marker we like to hang ♪ >♪ ca >> if you ask me where i come
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from here's what i tell everyone i was born -- ♪ >> i appreciate it. let me sign if for you . name? your tom? nice to see you. >> we love you. >> i watched the video last night. have you seen it? >> no, i haven't seen it. ♪
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>> hi. how are you? thanks for being here. >> [inaudible] >> thank you for the reception. thank you. appreciate you. thank you for that interception. nra. right on. thank you. >> [inaudible] ♪
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>> thank you. thank you. hi there, sir, what's your name? will, thank you for being here. god bless you thank you for being here. i saw you downstairs. i'm glad you're here. what is your name? zachary, thank you for being here. i spotted you out there. ♪
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>> thank you for that. >> another autograph -- do you have time? >> there are thousands that are dying? what are you going to do to help them at ground zero. ? >> have you guys spoken with them? >> we've tried 8000 signatures. ♪ -- my shirt,u
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sarah? i'm going out there to help them out. thank you, can i get a hug? it's a party in the usa party in the usa. >> thank you very much. >> thank you.
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>> my name is britney. >> thank you for these prayers. ♪ yeah, it's a party in the usa. picture withve a you?
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i'm sorry. e put my hands up, they'r playing my song. it's a party in the usa. >> in yaw have an opportunity to speak out. >> if you eliminate the tax rates, how would you [inaudible] >> there are lots of loopholes at all levels.
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corporate income tax breaks. what else do you want me to grab? thank you. ♪ ♪ good mantt h the way a works until the dayighlight is gone sing a song about the heartland sing a song about my life ♪
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♪ sing a song about the heartland the only place i feel at ome the way a good man works until the daylight's gone sing a song about the heatland sing a song about my life ♪ ♪
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>> tell your mom i say hi. >> i will. thank you so much. god bless. give her a hug from me. >> no. hi, beautiful. what is your name? i love that. ♪
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♪ ♪
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♪ she's the mother of the human race ♪ ♪ she's not just a pretty face ♪ >> thank you.
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>> we are all interested in helping. >> thank you so much. what is your name? emily? what is yours? sally? thank you so much.
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♪ coming to america never looking back again coming to america ♪ coming to america ♪
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coming to america a dream they've come to share they're coming to america ♪
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>> thank you. i appreciated.
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thank you so much. what is your name that >> looking at the promise of the promised land.
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one dream of fame and fortune. one could end of going to prison. only in america. trimming of whether white live dreaming of red, white, and blue everybody gets to dance. only in america
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she came out here to be an actress. he was a drummer and a band. only in america dreaming of red, white, and blue b
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♪ ♪ only in america. only in america the dream is as big as you want all man america.
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only in america.
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quite thank you for being here.
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this is beautiful. >> thank you. >> apparently we were on tv. >> do you know how hard i tried to avoid that? we'll give everyone else a chance. thank you.
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thank you. thank you. >> you have a home in arizona, write? right? >> oh, really? >> thank yo u. hi there, baby. hi.
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thank you so much. hi, carter. how old is she? >> she's two. >> thank you. bye, carter. so much. thank you so much.
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than kyok you so much. than kyok you so much. >> >> next, live, your calls and comments on "washington journal." after that, qut newsmakers quggets. then a preview of c-span's series, "the contenders" on key figures who ran for president and lost, but changed political history. we'll talk with presidential
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historian, richard norton smith, carl cannon of "real clear politics," and history professor gene baker. >> machiavelli had become an adjective that i doubt very many people in this town would like to have themselves described as machiavellian, but i have a feeling many of them have it next to their bedside, but not too many would call themselves machiavelli. >> his name is sin ominous with scheming and the selfish pursuit of power. tonight, author miles unger argue that is machiavelli's theories may have been a response to the corruption around him, at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a." >> this morning, we talk about the 2012 presidential race and what to look for when congress returns. then associated press national writer martha mendoza reports writer martha mendoza reports on the

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