I Support Sarah Palin

From what I can tell, commentators are lashing out for a few reasons.
(1) They’re simply angry and they’re looking for likely targets.
(2) All the cool kids inside the beltway hated on her, so the wannabes are just copying.
(3) Folks aren’t quite ready to admit that McCain bears ultimate responsibility for the shitty race he ran.
(4) Republican campaign dweebs are looking for attention from the media; bashing Palin seems to work pretty good. (See also: Clinton, Hillary.)

In other words, Governor Palin is a convenient target who the media is already predisposed to treat poorly. I don’t know what 2012 has in store for us; we’ve got to deal with 2010 first! But right now I support Palin.

Thank you, Governor, for your hard work.

~ by Gabriel Malor on November 6, 2008.

2 Responses to “I Support Sarah Palin”

  1. PALIN 2012!

  2. I sincerely wish Mr. Obama well. I strongly disagree with him politically but he is the President and he has my support. Support, but not blind devotion.

    I hope the conservative movement – which is still alive and well – doesn’t take the low road that the unhinged left have been on for the last 8 years. For us it should not be about politics and power; but about love for our country and respect for the principles of freedom and liberty it was founded on.

    As for McCain. His political sun should be allowed to set. I lay the lion’s share of the blame for this loss on our choice of the wrong candidate. They say you have to dance with the one what brung ya… unfortunately our date had two left feet.

    The conservative movement can learn from this defeat. Compromising our principles means loss. Watering down our message to appeal to “moderates” and “independents” is a recipe for failure. It’s time for those like McCain, Bill Kristol, Peggy Noonan, John Boehner, Lindsey Graham, Mitt Romney and other Republican politicians and pundits who believe the party’s future lies in that watered down version of conservatism to step aside. They’ve proven they can’t lead. Our future lies with Palin, Jindal, Sanford, and Thaddeus McCotter.

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