Sarah Palin is a kingmaker, not the next US president

It’s Sarah Palin month!

Palin would never shoot a tiddler like this puny cub

Palin would never shoot a tiddler like this puny cub

Just because it’s Sarah Palin month on Telegraph blogs, some readers have mistakenly imagined that we’re using our enormous power as the UK blogosphere’s answer to Fox News to ensure that she becomes the next US president. But we’re notI think I can speak for most of us here when I say that though Sarah Palin is undoubtedly hot – and is probably the only person in the world capable of outdoing Vladimir Putin when it comes to posing for semi-pornographic outdoor photoshoots with rod, horse and gun – her real value is as a kingmaker not as POTUS.

I have yet to speak to a single person with an inside track on the US political scene who doesn’t think this. “She’s earning way too much money being Sarah Palin,” they say. “Why would she even want to be POTUS?”

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  3. Sarah Palin totally gets it
  4. Farewell, Sarah Jane

2 thoughts on “Sarah Palin is a kingmaker, not the next US president”

  1. michael says:7th February 2011 at 3:18 amShe is not a Kingmaker, but she will be the President. The other rhinos are all losers. Mitt especially.
  2. Bernie says:9th February 2011 at 9:03 pmI tend to agree with you James. But politics is an aesthetic exercise (I believe this week). America remembers Sarah as she stood on the stage holding her Downs Syndrome baby which she had just introduced to the Republican convention. She didn’t say a word. But everyone at the convention rose to their feet cheering wildly. And everyone knew just what she was saying: My Christian convictions would not allow me to do away with the innocent life of this baby. What you saw at the convention must have had the same effect throughoutAmerica. The effect was somewhat like Bryan’s “You shall not crucify America on a cross of gold” speech. It did not win him the presidency but it won him the nomination. He ran and lost. I should mention that the feminist movement immediately recognized her speech as throwing down the gauntlet of culture war. They weren’t wrong.

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Yippee ki yay, liberals! It’s Sarah Palin Month on Telegraph Blogs!

The new Margaret Thatcher?

Sarah Palin will be with us during February (Photo: Getty)
Sarah Palin will be with us during February (Photo: Getty)

Did any of you catch that brilliant Charlie Brooker demolition of Sarah Palin on Channel 4’s zappy, new, heavily promoted topical comedy/politics show 10 o’clock Live the other night?

For those who missed it, let me tell you what his insights were:

Sarah Palin is dumb.

Sarah Palin likes guns.

Sarah Palin is right wing and American.

But for all that, she’s really quite attractive.

You’ve no idea what paroxysms of consensual, right-on ecstasy these observations induced in the audience. That’s because Sarah Palin is to leftie comedy in this Teens decade what Margaret Thatcher was to leftie comedy in the Eighties: a target so unimpeachably politically correct you don’t even have to define what it is you dislike about. The very name is enough. A bit like when Ben Elton appeared in his spangly suit at the Comedy Store and just had to say “Thatch!” to have them all rolling in the aisles.

And it’s the same in America I’m quite sure. And that’s why I love Sarah Palin so much. Even, if she entered the White House in 2012 and proved the worst president in US history (quite a challenge, given the standards set by her immediate predecessor), even if she – “whoops” – accidentally pressed the red button that nuked North Korea leading to the global conflagration that destroyed most of the planet, even then I still think I would find it in my heart to love and forgive her. Why?

Because of all the many qualities Sarah Palin has, the best of all is this:

She drives liberals totally crazy. So crazy, in fact, that Washington Post libtard Dana Milbank is boycotting Sarah Palin for the month of February and urging other journalists to do the same. But here on Telegraph Blogs we’ve decided to do the opposite. Every day a blogger will mention her.

Welcome to Sarah Palin Month on Telegraph Blogs, everybody. It’s there to celebrate. It’s there to annoy.

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12 thoughts on “Yippee ki yay, liberals! It’s Sarah Palin Month on Telegraph Blogs!”

  1. Bronny says:2nd February 2011 at 12:14 amJames,
    Can you see why you get so much grief about your views when you say you would choose a wholly inappropriate person as US President, just to piss off the liberals – regardless of the facts of her abilities? And you wonder why people question your decisions on global warming and your ability to evaluate those facts.Nothing to be proud of.
  2. Billy the Kid says:2nd February 2011 at 7:54 pmSarah Palin! SARAH PALIN!Just doin’ my part to help the Telegraph blogs.
  3. Nige Cook says:3rd February 2011 at 9:21 amBronny,That’s exactly what people said about Ronald Reagan! He seriously offended the left-wingers with his “evil empire” evangelism speech about the Soviet Union, while he reinstated the neutron bomb (550 warheads to deter the Warsaw Pact tanks) and initiated Star Wars/SDI.Sometimes, unpopularity with the lefties is not a bad thing. I think Sarah Palin is the kind of person who wouldn’t think twice about pressing the button to eliminate a nuclear threat that is growing, without trying to appease the left-wingers (and the enemy) for years while the threat evolves from a few fission devices to a large stockpile of thermonuclear devices. While I’ve blogged in detail about declassified documents like TM 23-200 that show most thermal, blast and fallout casualties can be averted by civil defence, WWIII would not be a picnic, and I think there is a risk of it “accidentally” emerging from weak, pro-appeasement leadership. Peace treaties get broken very easily, as occurred in the 1930s. Thugs respect strength, not diplomacy.
  4. Fearless Frank says:3rd February 2011 at 11:42 amReagan and Delingpole have nothing in comon. Reagan was the inventor of Reaganomics that broke the back of the Soviet Union and known as a the great communicator. Delingpole is just a hate peddler and mickey mouse denialist.
  5. Nige Cook says:3rd February 2011 at 12:33 pmAnonymous “Fearless Frank”, I wasn’t comparing investigative journalist James Delingpole to actor/president Ronald Reagan. I can’t believe you misunderstood my comment!James isn’t a hate peddler and mickey mouse denialist. It’s fact that the tree ring data doesn’t indicate temperature because tree growth depends on cloud cover (and other factors), not purely air temperature. Even mickey mouse could understand that, but it troubles you. Once you grasp that (and the fact satellites can’t measure global surface air temperature reliably due to cloud cover, while most weather station records were from towns and turned out to be measuring rises in direct city hot air pollution, unconnected to global CO2), you need to rely on measured sea level changes. The sea rose 120 metres over the past 18,000 years, or 0.67 cm/year on average, compared to just 0.20 cm/year over the past century. The maximum rate of rise of sea level naturally was even higher than 0.20 cm/year, so current rates of global climate change are well within natural limits, and relatively small. Dr Ferenc Miskolczi exposed the reason for this: H2O evaporation caused by CO2 causes more cloud cover, which cancels out the CO2 effect on temperature. Climatic researcher Dr Ferenc Miskolczi resigned from a NASA in 2006 when they used peer-review/groupthink politics to censor out his data. I wish James would write about this.
  6. Sebaneau says:4th February 2011 at 11:59 amAnyone with half a brain can see on a chart that there is no correlation between CO2 and temperature. But that is not even the issue. The fact is, that even if human activity was warming up the atmosphere, there is nothing anyone should do about it.
    Global warming is good –if only it were occurring– and even according to the IPCC’s doctored figures, no policy could change anything in a noticeable manner.
  7. anti-idiot says:4th February 2011 at 12:02 pmThis is has nothing to do with Sarah Palin but I don’t care. Just wanted to comment on the irony of keeping that book in the loo (with the toilet paper). I expect if would make a cheap alternative to toilet paper
  8. Fearless Frank says:5th February 2011 at 3:51 amNige, anonymous because Delingpole keeps getting my posts deleted. So much for freedom of speech. Let’s hope this one isn’t deleted.
  9. Colonel Sibthorp says:5th February 2011 at 10:03 pmI have got a funny feeling that Fearless Frank is ever so slightly dim. Could be wrong but I doubt it.
  10. Fearless Frank says:8th February 2011 at 2:52 pmWow, denialists that feel funny. I thought feeling stupid were your trademarks. Certainly true with delingpole’s gaff on tv.
  11. Nige Cook says:10th February 2011 at 7:09 am“Peer” (bigoted)-review at NASA caused the whole problem in the first place when it suppressed its own researcher Dr. Ferenc Miskolczi! Unlike the IPCC model which makes water absorb infrared and augment CO2 effects, water has a negative feedback on CO2 emissions, CANCELLING OUT the temperature “effect”, by preventing CO2 from driving climate change (climate change is driven naturally by other factors, such as Milankovich cycles, etc.).Dianna Cotter, “Hungarian Physicist Dr. Ferenc Miskolczi proves CO2 emissions irrelevant in Earth’s Climate,” Portland civil rights examiner, :“The most effective form of cooling is the evaporation of water, which takes heat energy from the surface and puts it into the air. Clouds form which do three things: 1) create more cloud cover reflecting solar radiation away from the planet which also 2) releases heat into the very high upper atmosphere where it too is radiated out into space as the clouds condense into precipitation, and 3) drops much cooler water back down to the surface cooling things even further.”The guy resigned from NASA when NASA suppressed his data.Climate scientist and fellow Hungarian, Dr. Miklos Zagoni in his paper “CO2 Cannot Cause any more “Global Warming”” dated December 2009 describes this discovery and its meaning. Dr. Zagoni beautifully sums it up all up:

    “Since the Earth’s atmosphere is not lacking in greenhouse gases [water vapor], if the system could have increased its surface temperature it would have done so long before our emissions. It need not have waited for us to add CO2: another greenhouse gas, H2O, was already to hand in practically unlimited reservoirs in the oceans.”

    Dr. Zagoni explains:

    “Earth type planetary atmospheres, having partial cloud cover and sufficient reservoir of water; maintain an energetically uniquely determined, constant, maximized greenhouse effect that cannot be increased further by emissions. The greenhouse temperature must fluctuate around this theoretical equilibrium constant; [change] is possible only if the incoming available energy changes.”

  12. Nige Cook says:10th February 2011 at 7:25 amHi James,I’m writing a physics pre-print server paper reviewing the evidence of H2O evaporation on blocking of CO2 temperature effects, in the papers by Dr. Miklos Zagoni and Dr. Ferenc Miskolczi, and their NASA censorship history. I’ll let you know if it is accepted and goes online, although I’m aware you’re a very busy author who must be tiring of this subject by now.

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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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  4. Farewell, Sarah Jane

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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