Believers, haters, and Sarah Palin

The far left has lost touch with reality and come to believe its own fantasy.

“…the attempt to paint Palin as a hard-right nutjob says much more about the prejudices of her accusers than it does about her. It could say that they’re cynically promulgating a smear they know to be untrue. But the degree of nutty shrillness I’m hearing doesn’t sound like cynical calculation. That makes it seem more likely to me that the Democratic left genuinely doesn’t know where the medians of opinion in the U.S. are and genuinely doesn’t grasp how squarely Palin is sitting on them.” — Sarah Palin, American Centrist, by Eric S. Raymond, seen here.

Down that road is madness, and after eight years damning Bush, and two of defending Obama, often for the same policy, some of them are way down that road.

I hope Sarah Palin doesn’t run. She can do more good on the outside.

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2 thoughts on “Believers, haters, and Sarah Palin

  1. I hope Sarah Palin doesn’t run. She can do more good on the outside.

    Especially drawing fire– that she can return in double measure, which would be less possible as prez.

    • Yes. By her self she consumes probably 40% of the time and attention of the liberal media, time and attention they would otherwise devote to electing Democrats.

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