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Hatin' Palin -- Why Palin Provokes the Left's Fury
When Sarah Palin first stepped onto the national stage (in the hottest red high heels anyone ever saw) this country was changed forever. It will be remembered in history as the moment conservative women stepped onto the grid in a meaningful way. In the same instant, the Left froze in terror and a seething hatred began to build until it could no longer be contained and was unleashed in the most brutal assault on a woman in politics this nation has ever seen. The most vile and disgusting remarks were made about her family, her baby's paternity, her marriage and her motherhood. Late night comics made rape jokes about her minor daughter and degraded her by calling her a "stewardess" and "sexy secretary."
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Palin's Retweet of Tammy Bruce tweet on Don't Ask, Don't Tell:
RT @HeyTammyBruce But this hypocrisy is just truly too much. Enuf already -- the more someone complains about the homos the more we should look under their bed.
This stirs an avalanche of "news" (Google results for tammy bruce tweet palin + hit 21,400 and climbing), leading Slate's Dave Weigel to propose a new journalistic gauge: The Palin Tweet Index.
Standard-Examiner's opinion editor Doug Gibson asks: "Why do conservative elites go out of their way to trash Palin? "
Christian Science Monitor asks: "How Well Do You Know Sarah Palin? A quiz "
Palin wins again -- Robert Pear reports that end-of-life planning has, again, been dropped from health care regulations.
January 7, 2011
Sarah Palin, on Laura Ingraham's show this morning, says Obama's willingness to raise the debt ceiling could only be interpreted as a sign that he was "hell-bent on weakening America," because he had before noted that such actions should be avoided because they -- well, because they weaken America:
"He has told us back in March of '06 that it weakens America domestically and internationally to raise debt, right, to raise the debt ceiling," Palin told Laura Ingraham on her radio show. "And he said it is a sign of failed leadership to support raising the debt ceiling."
Politico reports Friday about Obama's earlier comment:
Ironically, an Illinois senator named Barack Obama seemed to understand the political calculus of the debt ceiling in 2006; he voted against just such an increase that year, saying that it was "a sign of leadership failure" and that "Americans deserve better." That measure passed narrowly in the Senate, and White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Wednesday that Obama voted against it, knowing it would be approved without his vote.
Geek Politics has resurrected the actual speech, in which Obama says: "This rising debt is a hidden domestic enemy."
Roseanne Barr, in her recent inexplicable media blitz, appears on Anderson Cooper, famous for his sexual slur on Tea Party patriots as teabaggers. Roseanne Barr: "Sarah Palin Is "Kind of a Traitor" ... "Her Followers Are the Dumbest People on Earth."
Weighing In On Palin: Conservative White Guy Edition
Krauthammer: "No Chance" Palin Can Win in 2012"
George Will: Sarah Palin "Cannot Be Elected"
Senator Tom Graham: Palin could carry PA
Sen. Pat Toomey: Palin could carry Pennsylvania
Erick Erickson at RedState agonizes:
Let me be clear: I will support the nominee, whoever she or he may be.
But right now I am not excited by or inspired by any of them save Sarah Palin and, as much as I love Sarah Palin, I am adamantly convinced that she cannot win given the ridiculous smears and hate thrown her way by Democrats and, frankly, by a lot of Republicans. She has been made radioactive.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Sarah Palin Is a "Force of Nature"
Within hours (minutes?) of the Tucson shooting, leftist opportunists began their mantra of blame (e.g.: Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' blood is on Sarah Palin's hands after putting crosshair over district), trying desperately to connect Palin -- because of her map of TeaParty-targeted districts -- to a young psycho who'd actually been stalking Gabrielle Giffords since 2007, long before the Tea Party or Palin was a gleam in anyone's eye.
Palin issued a simple statement on her Facebook page:
On the tragedy in Arizona
by Sarah Palin on Saturday, January 8, 2011 at 12:02pm
My sincere condolences are offered to the family of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the other victims of today’s tragic shooting in Arizona.
On behalf of Todd and my family, we all pray for the victims and their families, and for peace and justice.
– Sarah Palin
As voices of reason came to her defense, the Tired Old Media seemed to finally get that the story was not the one they were looking for -- that Jared Loughner was not an overwrought conservative, but an occult-leaning pothead who'd been fixated on his victim for many years. Next stop: The Fairness Doctrine? Gun control?