Talking about talking about Sarah Palin
Dana Milbank, a columnist in the WaPo, writes that he is proclaiming February a “Palin-free” month, meaning he intends not to talk about her for 28 days. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/20/AR2011012004349.html?nav=hcmodule. That’s fine, but I have to wonder: why wait until February? My grandmother always said “never put off until tomorrow what you can do today”, so Dana: shut up now! Of course, if he were to do that | Read More »
My Vote for Republican Presidential Nominee
Okay, let’s go through the usual suspects and I’ll explain why none of them but Sarah Palin stand a chance: Romney – most of the country won’t elect a Mormon. Sorry. Huckabee – is actually a socialist. Might beat Obama, but will forever tarnish the conservative brand. Mitch Daniels – is not supported by religious voters, plus no president has ever been that short. Tim | Read More »
My View From Here
ORIGINALLY POSTED AS COMMENT TO SON’S FACEBOOK POSTING As a patriotic American concerned with the future of my country, I’m less worried about the idiots trying to get into office than where we are heading. The Chinese are lending us money to finance our debt we can’t pay so we can by more stuff from them and for oil, while the Islamic stealth jihad slowly | Read More »
Sarah Palin’s Perfect Timing
I know its mainly speculation, but that’s what we often do when talking politics. I think Palin’s release of her video, knowing that it would be picked up by all the major media, is another example of her great political instincts. She looked, sounded, reads like, a president, in that video. After I saw that video I realized it was an implied gauntlet left at | Read More »
beware dangerous disease, spreading like widfire.
recent studies have shown, that there are segments of the population that are at high risk of contracting Palin Derangement Syndrome.
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Are Liberal Journalists And Bloggers Trying To Have Sarah Palin Assassinated? In A Word, Yes.
From the moment John McCain unveiled her as his choice of running mate in 2008, Sarah Palin has become a hate-figure to vast swathes – and all evidence points to – a significant majority, of the Left. Her very existence inarguably sends liberals, from the tonier and sophisticated precincts where New York Times journalists congregate to the scatological feverswamps of the DailyKos, into paroxysms of | Read More »
Washington Times: Palin’s Real World Experience Vs Tele-Prompter & Affirmative Action Obama
People who live in glass houses built at least in part from the largesse of political correctness and affirmative action should not throw stones. And yet, here we have Juan Williams doing just that as he follows in the deep footprints of the hundreds before him who have lobbed hackneyed, gratuitous and even hate-filled insults at Sarah Palin. On a recent “Fox News Sunday” program, | Read More »
Governor Palin, President Obama, and the Life-and-Death Issue that Defines Them
Of all the potential 2012 Republican Presidential candidates, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin provides the starkest contrast to President Obama. With the debut of the TLC series ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’, America is getting an in-depth look at the former First Family of Alaska. This includes the newest additions, son Trig Palin and grandson Tripp Johnston—and therein lies the rub. Trig Palin has Down syndrome, and | Read More »
4 Groups Whose Hatred of Sarah Palin Should Be On Her Resume
Whenever people catalog the perceived shortcomings of Sarah Palin one of the most commonly used words is “divisive”, which is just another way of saying some people like her and some people don’t. It never seems to occur to those who apply such labels that not only is this a perfectly normal state of affairs but the absence of it usually means the person in | Read More »
A Tale of Two Palins
Before I get to the main point of this diary, let me say what it is not. This is not intended to be a discussion of Sarah Palin’s qualifications for the presidency, experiential or otherwise. I will leave this to future diarists to discuss. JSobieski has promised to post to this effect in a comment to JadedByPolitics’ recent Palin missive (now at 350+ comments and | Read More »
Scarborough and Challenging Gov Palin
Pretending that Gov Palin is presidential material is just delusional and we need more conservatives like Scarborough speaking candidly. Nobody is challenging her right or the value of her contributions as a pundit, but can we stop with the Sean Hannity love affair with the idea of a Palin presidency? Conservatives need to take back the executive branch in 2012 and make the hard decisions necessary to restore this country’s financial order. If we are going to do that, we need a little more Scarborough and a little less Palin.
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I Will Not Let The Elites Decide For Me
It is amazing how far we have come in two short years. The worlds collided on September 11th 2001 and our Country stood up to the enemy, something that Liberalism had removed from the public psyche over a long 4 decades. The public as it usually does became weary of war after 7 years and they most definitely wanted change, they just did not realize | Read More »
Palin Rage Syndrome: Contagion spreading from the Left to the GOP?
Democrats are expected to exhibit the symptoms of Palin Rage Syndrome. As conservatives, we battle the disease quite effectively when it rears its ugly head on the other side of the aisle. For example, when Richard Cohen of the Washington Post penned a transparently unabashed snowjob hit piece on ex-governor Sarah Palin, it was swiftly met with a two-by-four to the face by Lori Ziganto. | Read More »
Barack Obama – Post Partisan? Purgamentum Init, Exit Purgamentum.
Due to other work commitments we have been unable to produce an article today. The article that follows was written by Skip on December 24, 2009. It includes a very accurate prediction! The Latin word for truth is veritas. It’s something with which Mr Post Partisan has very little intercourse with. There was the truth and it knew him not. A lot of people who | Read More »
Why does Rachel Maddow advertise Fox News?
I don’t watch television much and I particularly do not watch much in terms of cable news. I prefer to get my news on the Internet from a variety of sources and make my own decisions. Anyway, I have of course heard about the Keith Olbermann situation. The MSNBC host was suspended for allegedly donating to Democrat congressional candidates. After viewing an article about it | Read More »
, Fox News
, Keith Olbermann
, political donations
, rachel maddow
, Sarah Palin
, Sean Hannity