"Look out Washington, there's a whole stampede of pink elephants," Palin said, in reference to the pink buttons during the 2008 campaign that said "It's A Girl." "We need to be really fired up. And not be demoralized, but get organized. Elections have consequences."
Palin had a warning sign for Democrats, especially the anti-abortion incumbents who voted for the health care bill.
"We won't forget those who promised to vote firm against government funding of abortion, but caved at the last minute in exchange for a nonbinding executive order promised by the most pro-abortion president to ever occupy the White House," she said. "We will not forget."
Since stepping down as Alaska's governor, Palin has become an avid supporter of the Tea Party movement and has drawn large, often sold-out crowds at speaking engagements. Her first book, "Going Rogue," was the top selling book on Amazon.com before it even hit the bookshelves. Her second book is slated to hit bookshelves in November.
Palin has also emerged as a leading critic of the Obama administration. She took an indirect jab at them again today while speaking about her favorite signs and billboards.
"I always thought too, the sign of the billboard of George Bush saying 'Miss Me Yet?' I love that one. We do," she said today.
Palin will be attending the National Rifle Association conference this weekend in North Carolina.