If you're listening to WHO in Des Moines, you might hear this advertisement.
"Are you unhappy with the current GOP field?
Let me tell you something. You are not alone.
Join thousands of Iowans as we vote rogue. It's the caucus for Sarah Palin on January 3.
Let Iowa and the entire country know that we want real leadership and real reform in D.C.
So come on, Iowa, vote rogue on January 3."
So who's behind the ad?
"Paid for and authorized by Sarah Palin's Iowa Earthquake."
So what is Palin's Iowa Earthquake?
Gary Jackson explains.
When Sarah Palin announced her decision not to seek the presidency, when asked what it would take for her to change her mind, she said it would take an earthquake the magnitude of 10.3, or better. Since then, a group of dedicated supporters have been working hard to achieve just that sort of [political] earthquake. An independent group called Sarah Palin’s Iowa Earthquake has been organizing a write-in campaign for the up-coming Iowa caucuses.
And this group is putting their money where their mouth is. They’ve created some compelling television ads and raised enough money to run the ads in major Iowa markets.
Vid via Breitbart.