WASILLA, Alaska, July 8 (UPI) -- Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's political action committee released a Web video Thursday in which Palin speaks of a political awakening of conservative women.
The 1 minute, 50 second video, called "Mama Grizzlies," features voice-overs of a speech Palin delivered before the Susan B. Anthony List, an anti-abortion rights women's group and splices together images of Palin on stage before enthusiastic crowds, participating in TV interviews and shaking hands.
"This year will be remembered as a year when common sense conservative women get things done for our country," Palin said during the Susan B. Anthony appearance. "All across this country, women are standing up and speaking out for common sense solutions."
The 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate closes the video with the words: "A lot of women coming together."
"Enjoy the video and please support commonsense conservative candidates who will work with you and for you," Palin said on her Facebook page, where she posted the link to the YouTube video.