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“Palin, Bachmann, and … Christine O’Donnell? OMG! And They’re So Hot!”

In Disappearing Ink, Palinography on 01/10/2010 at 16:24

I’m doing this YFI so forgive a little rambling and the various typos.

This, the Democrat chitchat at DNC headquarters in D.C. right about now. Of course this is only the rumor, but one can almost hear them. “Someone get Hillary on the phone! Hillary, yeah, it’s me. Hey, I thought you said 1992 was the Year of the Woman.” Pause. “Or was that 2008, right before Barack Obama’s Double Eagle bus put tread marks up your, er … presidential bid? Actually, Hillary, we may need your help in 2012 … Right … we’ll get back to you.” Click. Buzz.

In the meantime, the DNC and its public relations arm, ABC, NBC, the New York Times et al launch a media blitz against roughly 60 percent of the American public. Right. Makes sense to me.

This all started when David Letterman went on a 10-month-long sex-obsessed monologue about various parts of Palin’s anatomy. (Personally, way back in the 1970s, I suspected Letterman was a panty sniffer. The guy creeps me out.)

But has any of it worked?

In two short weeks Christine O’Donnell, has gained six points against Chris Coons in Delaware. What is wrong with this picture? Even Karl Rove and Charles Krauthammer said she couldn’t win. Rove said she was a crazy. But wait a minute … How long has it been since Rove and Krauthammer have been out of Washington?

Okay. O’Donnell may not win in Delaware. Then again, she just might. But that is not the point. Whether Sarah Palin can win a bid for the GOP nomination in 2011 is irrelevant as well. The point is that these women, along with Nikki Haley, Sharon Angle, Michele Bachmann and a host of others are garnering more attention than a papal visit, with absolutely no assistance from the national media.

C’mon, all you big government Republicans in Laguna Niguel. When is the last time you saw a major national political figure run a presidential primary fishing expedition off a FaceBook page? Try never. Yet Palin has had astounding success.

The DNC, Democrats in general, recognized early on what the Republican establishment has yet to get its head around: Palin is dangerous to their hopes of ever achieving a national mandate again in our lifetime. She has systematically broken rank with the RNC time after time and has a dazzling primary endorsement record. And her candidates have a knack for coming out of the hole to win.

So the sexual, homophobic, racist and wacko attacks are understandable. These women scare the bejesus out of them. In fact, all conservative women do; they are counterfactual to the Left’s understanding of the modern woman.

Democrats see everything as sexual, homophobic or racist in nature when it comes to the Right. And so now Barry From Washington has kicked off a road-show campaign to scare the American public into believing that the Tea Party movement is somehow the most recent incarnation of the Ku Klux Klan. Well, that is certainly the subtext here.

Nathan Bedford Forrest would roll over in his grave. Question: How did this President get elected? I mean, if these people are, indeed, throwbacks to the Reconstruction-era racist South, then just how is it a handsome, intelligent black man gets elected in twenty-first century America? Liberals make up less than 20 percent of the electorate.

Could it be they are not racists, just fed up with the racial politics of the past? Hmm.

This all comes under the heading of Any Port in a Storm. A prayer for a last minute deus ex machina in the face of a landslide that will not only sweep many career Democrats out of office in November, but will sideswipe the left flank of the Republican Party as well. The ones who have forgotten who sent them to Washington and why they are there. Who woulda thunk John McCain would get religion?

I hope Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin both fool all of us in the next two years. It would serve lazy, out-of-step Republicans right. It will send the DNC back to rethink its 40-year campaign to destroy the most perfect form of government in human history.

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  1. Thanks for posting this post. I love the way you link to all the important sources. Real good blogger style !

    Best Regards

  2. A lot of people like Sarah Palin because she has common sense which most of our representatives do not. Palin has run a town and a state government with success and left them in better financial shape than they were before she was elected. Who in Washington can say that about America ?
    Not the community organizer or Bush, with all his experience thats for sure.

    • The interesting thing to me is that this silliness regarding Palin, for the first time in my memory of American politics, hasn’t worked. They marginalized Dan Quayle in much this same way, and Republicans were very much a part of it, but Palin has just continued to gain steam under all of the attacks. I believe she is the most underestimated politician in modern history. This chick is not stupid. Thanks for the comment.

  3. Great post…..and yes, this chick is not stupid and unlike the community organizer, she does not have thin skin…..the woman is tough…but then living in AK is not like living at the beach…..
    and when are they gonna dump Michael Steele…I like the man but he is not a leader…..

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