Skip to comments.Sarah Palin: Joan of Arc reborn (the resignation in light of the 2010 elections) [vanity]
Posted on 07/03/2011 8:47:55 PM PDT by techno
Today is the two year anniversary of Sarah Palin resigning from being Governor of Alaska.
In the light of that resignation here is a piece written before the midterm election which highlights the impact that resignation had on the election and the future of the Republican party.
(Excerpt) Read more at freerepublic.com ...
The MSM should be charged with stalking.
I like Palin, but unless the Dems burn her at the stake she ain’t no St. Joan of Arc.
I hope not it didn’t turn out very well for Joan.
then why did she endorse John McCain?
Let’s not get carried away...
No matter what the actual merits of that article are, the title alone is enough to draw PDSers from all directions.
Guns up! Incoming!
Lord, you are a newbie, aren't you? Even our resident PDS squad has dropped that liberal talking point.
She resigned for the good of the people of her state due to the stalkers.
I think you got me wrong. I don’t like being attacked personally — I was trying to make the point that Palin has a savvy, politically astute and wily presence that she should not try to hide as an “aw shucks” country road persona. You may think I’m an idiot. That’s fine. Just as many make the mistake of thinking Palin an idiot when she’s DEFINITELY NOT.
Pax and bonum.
Good article. I hope everyone reads it in toto.
Another hit piece from WaPo. Yawn, the media left is so predictable.
You considered that a personal attack? Friend, you're going to have to grow some hide, if you want to hang with this crowd. What I said to you was mild by FR standards.
I was trying to make the point that Palin has a savvy, politically astute and wily presence that she should not try to hide as an aw shucks country road persona.
No, you weren't. You said (and I quote): "then why did she endorse John McCain?"
That's a worn out liberal attack point that has been posted to this forum a thousand times, and which has been knocked down just as often. Anyone spouting that on this forum today, is instantly suspect as a liberal, or some sort of paid plant.
You may think Im an idiot. Thats fine. Just as many make the mistake of thinking Palin an idiot when shes DEFINITELY NOT.
I may have called you a newbie, but I never implied that you were an idiot. Don't make that assumption.
Alright. You might want to spend a bit of time getting the flavor of this place before jumping in with both feet, but if you're the courageous sort, be my guest. You may get a few bumps and bruises along the way, but if you grow that hide I mentioned, you'll be fine.
Peace to you, too. WF
Kinda hard to glean that from "then why did she endorse McCain.?"
You are kidding, right?
Palin endorsing JM was not “ass-kicking” — it was political.
Palin endorsing JD Hayworth would have been outrageously courageous (the persona we all love). That is the ONLY point I was (acting stupidly) trying to make. Go ahead — make my day.
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