Why we still heart Sarah Palin | James Delingpole

There’s a narrative about Sarah Palin that goes something like this: until the Arizona shootings she coulda been a contender. But then with her ill-judged reference to a “blood libel” she lost it, whereas the mighty President Obama only added to his stature with a temperate, thoughtful speech which united America behind him. Bye bye Sarah Palin.

Yeah, right.

No one is saying Sarah Palin doesn’t make the odd gaffe. But no matter how many gaffes she makes – and this won’t be the last – it isn’t going to alter the fact that President Obama is a socialist and his administration a crazy house of eco-loons, crypto-Marxists, progressives, collectivists, surrender monkeys and anarcho-lesbian harpies. Nor that Sarah Palin remains the figurehead for the counter-revolution.

As exhibit a, I present the above moving, exquisitely tasteful tribute song, currently going viral on the internet. It doesn’t matter who Sarah Palin is any more. It’s what she stands for: liberty, small government, the Tea Party. It’ll take more than a few liberal smears to trample values as powerful as that.

Altogether now: “She’s not a Harvard lawyer but she knew what the Founders meant…”

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3 thoughts on “Why we still heart Sarah Palin”

  1. Groper says:20th January 2011 at 4:51 am“No one is saying Sarah Palin doesn’t make the odd gaffe”

    Not just an odd gaffe, she is the definition of gaffe. Her and her North Korean allies.

  2. Chris P says:20th January 2011 at 4:22 pmNo she is a lying fool. She lies about everything. She lied about being pregnant. Her first baby wasn’t even Todd’s. The woman is a total disaster.

    Go read Palingates.

  3. David Heffron says:26th January 2011 at 1:51 pmI think Sarah Palin might become President. It would be an incredible sight to see. It’s like rubbernecking at a car crash. People would vote for just to see what might happen. It would be terrifying but also entertaining.

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