On Saturday, Sarah Palin commenced the Tea Party protest in Searchlight, Nev which is home of prominent democrat, Harry Reid.
This rally was considered significant because it was the hometown of Harry Reid, who was heavily involved in passing the new healthcare bill.
Both, the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle note that Reid was the main target and opponent.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, "The goal here is to use Harry Reid as a symbol of everything that's wrong with Washington - and to get everybody engaged in the 2010 race," Ryan Gill said.
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Palin used her now-famous "poor man's teleprompter" during her speech which helped to excite the attendees.
The San Francisco Chronicle's big difference in reporting was to build the story around calling this rally a "conservative Woodstock."