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The Fear Of Palin: The Liberals Nightmare

Palin Has Liberals VERY Afraid

Palin Has Liberals VERY Afraid

Sarah Palin is not an elected official. She stepped down as Governor of Alaska. She is not running for any office. Yet she still strikes fear and sheer terror into the hearts of Democrats everywhere. So much terror that the left feels an overwhelming need to bash the woman at every opportunity. And as the liberal media has already proven, truth is optional when it comes to lashing out at Palin.

The Associated Press has assigned eleven reporters to parse Palin’s new book, Going Rogue: An American Life, and none to parse the Obama Administration’s website, so packed with lies and distortions it should have true journalists salivating over the prospect of exposing those lies. No doubt that if Bush were still president that would be the case.

The fact is, job one for the Liberals is to attempt to push Palin into obscurity. But, if they truly believed she was the ditsy dame they purport her to be, why would they care?

The fact is, they wouldn’t.

They see the appeal of this strong woman. They see the throngs of people that show up for a glimpse of phenomenon Palin. They understand that in her, the Conservative Republicans have a star far brighter than their own one, Barack Obama.

However, Sarah Palin is for real. She does not require a teleprompter to deliver a powerful speech. She is not an empty suit, a wind up toy like Obama.

She is the real deal and it scares the hell out of the liberals.

Former Presidential candidate John McCain locked this powerful light in a small box and only lifted the lid a bit, and millions of people flocked to the light. Imagine what would happen if she were the one calling the shots, instead of a liberal old Republican that feared being upstaged.

And the rumors of a Palin/Beck 2012 run are more than most Donkey’s can take. (But rest easy, it won’t happen.)

All this attention for one little lady who is not even running for office. But if she were the one setting the agenda for a presidential run, I would certainly not want to be in her way.

Too bad the Liberals already spent their ammunition on her in 2008. I have a feeling they are going to regret pissing her off.

This is one tough Mama Bear.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

6 Responses to “The Fear Of Palin: The Liberals Nightmare”

  1. “Tammy Faye” Palin used her position as Governor to try and end the career of her State Trooper, ex-brother-in-law. This is a matter of record. Even in a relatively small seat of power, she quickly used that position for corrupt purposes.

    All of the cutesy hockey mom, saracuda chatter will not re-write her record of blatant corruption.

    Perhaps the saddest part of this Palin saga is that she seems to have no sense of personal honor whatsoever, and those who still remain in the Republican Party with the false ope of reform from within, seem to think that this Palin character is all they have left.

  2. Tom White says:

    See, Tyler, that is typical of Palin detractors. She was totally exonerated in that and the rest of the charges filed against her.

    Because of the overwhelming amount of false information the media has put out, we just don’t know who Palin really is. Your belief that she is somehow corrupt is a perfect example. Although I am a bit surprised you would fall for the misinformation on her.

    To be honest, very little, if any, of the negative things about Palin were true. Part of the vast left wing conspiracy to discredit her.

  3. Ray says:

    God help us all if this woman ever gets anywhere near the oval office.

  4. Jonathan Scott says:

    Personally I like Sarah Palin. I had the opportunity to see her at a rally last year and even with no cameras around was always VERY genuine. I recall thinking that she would never be President though. You see the left is all about propping up the injustices of life like say that of an African-American who just happened to attend the best schools from prep to college as well as law school, who had the government basically subsidize his education and apparently whose wife was so wronged in her life that elevating herself to the law profession evidently never amounted to much in the way of equakl opportunity and than we have a Sarah Palin. Outsider and very un-Elite if you well calling into to question the very existance of those in Washington who preach to us. Too much for people to grasp. I knew her role would be much greater than the Presidency. Afterall, thats a temp job at that.

  5. Bigvinu says:

    I like Palin’s “No b.s.” personality in a typical person, but I think we should be VERY, VERY, VERY wary of putting that personality in the position of chief of state. The chief of state should be act, well, like a statesman. That’s one of the reasons Mr. McCain looked (to me) like a more appealing choice for President. However, then there was Palin vs. Biden, and Biden’s landslide margin of victory (for me) on the “international relations & statesmanship” front more than made up for McCain thin victor over Obama on that front.

    But that’s straying from the topic. I think we need a set of personalities for Domestic leaders, but another face of which we will be using on the world stage. The world stage, (to use a tired cliche) is the “big time”. We need a leader who present him/herself well on the world stage in a statesman-like personality that also has the vocal skills to articulate their point without resorting to slang/metaphors/analogies. Sarah Palin is not that type of person, and thrusting her into that position is a disservice to both the type of person she is (a community leader/domestic leader) and the country as a whole.

  6. Sandy Sanders

    Liberals should be afraid of Sarah Palin. If she ever connects with the American people, its over. They’re done. She’s President in a 49 state landslide. She is an attractive articulate woman who men will find attractive and once they do that, they’ll need some but not much justification for a vote or support. Women can ID with Palin in that she has a special needs child, was pregnant at a older age, had a teenage daughter turn up pregnant, juggles job and work, and is an ordinary person. Not from money or power or social status. I’ll be keenly interested in this endeavor.

    Sandy Sanders


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