I think that is true, though I am not sure I buy it in this case.
I may have missed it, but I don’t think she has said “I was wrong, and my advocacy of Obama and my denunciations of Palin contributed to the problem we are now faced with in the White House”
From what I can see, she talks about it as if she had not part in it.
I have had this happen to me, so I know how I feel. When someone comes to me and says “I was wrong. I made a mistake, this is what it was, and I regret it” I can fully put it behind me and make a new start.
She apparently regrets the outcome, but doesn’t yet own her part in enabling it in the first place, as far as I can see. I could be wrong.
I think you're right. This column is defective in that it's only half a column. Peggy blows it on two vital points that show she's still not willing to assume accoutablility for the horror she and others wrought in supporting the Illegal in 2008.
When she refers to and rightly condemns the atrocities perpetrated by flash mobs she absolutely refuses to acknowledge the race of those criminals as being Holder's and the Illegal's people. That enables her to avoid pinning the blame for those mob actions where it belongs, on Holder and the Illegal.
She also, painfully and obviiouisly, fails to note and condemn the total disrespect and contempt the Illegal and Moochelle have shown for the presidency, the White House, and the American people by throwing repeated, obscene, expensive parties at the White House, taking repeated, unnecessary, obscenely expensive vacations primarily at the taxpayers' expense during this horrible recession, and the Illegal's own endless golfing during the same recession. That's leadership by example, hideous example. The GSA and SS operatives have just followed that leadership and taken the example set by the Obamas to the next level. Peggy's still suffering the effects of the Obamagaz she so enthusiastically sucked in 2008 and cannot bring herself to acknowledge that simple fact.