Sarah Palin's political action committee has released what looks suspiciously like a campaign ad. Called "Mama Grizzlies," the video splices audio from Palin's speech at a pro-life event touting the power of conservative women with video of female tea partiers. It doesn't address any specific positions other than vague disgust with Washington. "Women are rising up and saying ‘no, we’ve had enough already,'" Palin says. "Because moms sort of just know when something is wrong."
So far, the video's only online. It makes a passing reference to the November election, but Politico thinks it has the feel of an early ad for Palin herself, with Mike Allen saying it "softens her image" and "might encourage people to take another look at her."
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