Monday, June 8, 2009

Sarah Palin on FNC Tonight

My apologies to the loyal readers for being a bit laxed in my editorial duties. I have been heavily engaged in my work at the University but it will be ending soon and I promise then the updates will become more regular.

Governor Palin, often regarded as one of the early frontrunners in 2012, has been rather inconspicuous since Obama's inauguration. She has largely avoided the media and has not taken a trip to "the lower 48" for some time.

That will all change tonight in what will be a heavily watched (and scrutinized) interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News.

Early transcripts obtained by several media outlets show that Palin will not be pulling any punches at the Messiah tonight. Matt Drudge has even taken the liberty of calling it the "Told Ya So" interview.

Governor Palin, utilizing her charming and plain spoken disposition, says of the increased government spending "You gotta quit digging that hole!"

It is this "hockey mom" persona that endeared her to millions of Americans, reenergized a depleted base searching for a real conservative, and nearly brought her a heartbeat away from the presidency.

Governor Palin faces an uphill battle in trying to remain relevant over the next four years. Elitists admonish her, the media trivializes her political career, and the left paints her as a gun-toting radical.

Only time will tell if the Governor can overcome these odds. But one must give the woman a lot of credit for trying.

1 comment:

Reaganite Republican Resistance said...

If Sarah Palin is so silly and irrelevant, why the obsession? Clearly the Left noted her appeal, and are out to eliminate the threat- it's not like it's not obvious.

Palin has been highly successful in life while ignoring the left-wing feminist model... this helps to explain the extra dose of venom in the attacks.

Democrats are plenty afraid of Palin coming-back at them in 2012 with a dynamic and complementary VP like Bobby Jindal... or visa versa. And they surely have reason to fear her-

Palin is the most popular governor in the country... are all those people idiots? Alaska was a pretty corrupt system until she stepped in. Her reforms took on entrenched politicians (inc. Republicans), a mafioso-style union boss, and Big Oil.

Wouldn't it have been nice if Obama had been principled and brave enough to confront the corrupt Chicago Democratic Machine?

Or shady political operators like Tony Rezko?

Racist preachers?

Instead of doing business with every last one of them?

Go get em, Sarah- and don't mind the press, nobody will be listening to them anymore after the pending Obamamania implosion- and the ties of GE and others are fully exposed.