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Monday, December 6, 2010

Why Do the Democrats (And Some Republicans) Hate Sarah Palin

"The successful politician owes his power to the fact that he moves within the accepted framework of thought, that he thinks and talks conventionally. It would be almost a contradiction in terms for a politician to be a leader in the field of ideas. His task in a democracy is to find out what the opinions held by the largest number are, not to give currency to new opinions which may become the majority view in some distant future." — Frederick Hayek

Why does the left hate Sarah Palin with such screaming rage? Why do they lose their cookies at the very idea of the ex governor of Alaska running for President?

Think about that for a second.

Here's a beautiful, strong, intelligent, articulate, healthy-looking, truth-telling political winner in the State of Alaska — a gun-totin', sports-lovin', all-American woman, elected on her own merits against a corrupt establishment in Anchorage, AK. All the feminists should be dancing and cheering, but that’s not the case.

On top of all that, she married a native Alaskan who actually loves his country. And she had kids with him. Plus, she is not embittered, alienated, or divorced, and her children smile a lot. Best of all, she does not seem to think that free abortion is the answer to the population bomb.

You can hear all the metrosexuals sigh, “Is this Father Knows Best or what?” After all we are such a more advanced and sophisticated society than those old black and white TV shows that portrayed families with one father, one mother, children that were respectful and that ate dinner together.

Today, the New York Times is a lot more scared of Sarah Palin than it ever was after three thousand New Yorkers were burned to death on 9/11/2001. After all, Sarah Palin could do some real damage. Have you ever seen a more out-of-its-mind mob than the liberal media yowling at the moon over Governor Palin? I can't remember any — perhaps Ronald Reagan.

The left has all the subtlety of a high-tech lynch mob, as Clarence Thomas said in 1991, when they went all-out to destroy his good name before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Clarence Thomas knows about lynch mobs from the old South, and nobody has labeled the media better. Mad-dog, foaming-at-the-mouth, baying mob of useful idiots. They prove it every day. Just watch them. They will do it again and again, until we stop buying their bull.

Sarah Palin freaks out the media — especially the feminists — like a combined Ronald Reagan and Clarence Thomas. She is their 9/11.

One of the promises of Palin for president is all the laughs we'll get for eight whole years if she gets elected and Obama goes down. Just think of it: eight years of belly laughs will be guaranteed. The Secret Service will have to triple its POTUS detail, because ranting lefties are dangerous. All the would-be assassins of the 20th century came from the ranting left — shooting JFK, Robert Kennedy, Reagan, and Ford. Not a single conservative. Not a single normal person. Sarah, hang on to that shotgun. Alaska isn't the only place for big game. Save your best for D.C.

If Obama is "historic" for being black (which is bizarre enough), Palin will be doubly historic for being a passionately conservative female president. Skin color is only skin-deep.

With President Sarah Palin, we would get a sane and moral foreign policy, totally different from Obama's wacky prostration to the King of Saudi. Palin would work to reverse the damage done by Obama's Medical Piracy Act — a big, big job. And best of all, Sarah Palin gives a wonderful example of what women (and men) can achieve. Sarah Palin is a normal person with a normal life who decided to fix what's rotten in Anchorage — and now Washington, D.C.

Liberals get Palin's charisma vibes right off the bat. They can feel it running up their legs. Conservatives are more skeptical about politicians who inspire so much passion in millions of people. Well, skepticism is a good thing. It's what the liberals completely lost when they fell into abject, derrière-kissing love with “The One”. Now they are finally having second thoughts, when it's way too late. They have exposed who they really are with Obama, and even Soros is disappointed. Obama is the Buster Keaton president. If there's a banana skin he hasn't slipped on yet, he will locate it before his term runs out.

While you're thinking about the next election, just enjoy the sight of Sarah Palin's charisma. Ronald Reagan had it. No other Republican or Democrat in sight has it. Sorry, folks, but it's true. Romney looks like a department store dummy. Palin is alive. You can see Romney thinking about every syllable he speaks. Palin's a natural.

This may be the crucial time for history to produce the woman, a critical time for a charismatic conservative to reverse the damage done by the Left. The single most important fact is that Sarah Palin can communicate. She can talk to the American people without talking down to them. She can have a real conversation, and it is high time to have a good talk with the American people. George W. Bush is a man of honor and character, but Bush knew his own limits. He could never explain himself the way Reagan did. Bush Sr. had exactly the same limitations.

Reagan, hated by the elite left and the fifth estate, was loved by the electorate. In 1984 he captured every state in the union, except Minnesota, because when he spoke to the American people he spoke with them, not at them. Could you ever imagine “the anointed one” saying “Mr. Gorbachev tear down this wall” — not in your wildest dreams? The elites thought Reagan to be a dumb actor who didn’t even spend one year at Harvard or Yale. How could someone be qualified to be president when they did not edit the Harvard Law Review?  The elites and members of the fifth are so much smarter than us after all they live and work in New York and Washington, D.C.

While I was spending time in Washington D.C. working with Congress on the National Height Modernization Program I had several lunches at the Maison Blanche on F Street. This is where you get a $20 dollar sandwich or a salad made with field greens, the — the mower picks up along the roadside. What I found interesting was that people spent more time talking on their cell phones or looking around the restaurant than eating their food. They were more concerned with seeing who was there and who they were talking with. Washington isn’t concerned with what you know as much as they are with who you know and who you talked with last. Sarah Palin just doesn’t fit into this society, therefore she is considered by the sophisticates as one level above a Neanderthal — the same view they have of the rest of us in “fly-over country”.  We just don’t count, expect on Election Day.

But what we need more than ever today is a Republican leader who communicates with the people where they live. Constitutionalist conservatives must have a spokeswoman who touches the American people — the millions who have been suckered and PC-whipped for far too long by the lefty media, now indistinguishable from the old CPUSA. We've been taken over by a Marx-light Democratic Party. In private they will tell you so. It's not a secret anymore, not after Obama.

Old Republicans like Karl Rove are running scared. I'm sorry to see it, he is a great political strategist. Rove attacked Christine McDonnell in public the day before the last election, when he knew he could do the most damage. That makes him a back-stabber when it comes to the constitutionalist Republicans. Too many millions of conservatives are now noticing the selfishness of the old Republicans. If the old establishment stabs the constitutional Republicans in the back, we voters will take note and keep them out. Even Barbara Bush, the matriarch of the Bush clan, has destroyed our affection for her in a single public sneer. Ed Rollins has exposed his affinity for establishment Republicans. No longer — the voters are finally watching. That’s what the Tea Party is about —if you doubt me just look at the results of the last election. Reagan had the same problem “elites” in the Republican Party, the so called “Rockefeller Republicans” — the ones the elite media like to call moderate Republicans.  The media loves these moderate Republicans because they know they can never get elected in a national presidential campaign. They have no charisma and cannot capture the hearts of the independent or conservative voters.

We are seeing a fight within the Republican Party, but this is nothing new. Ronald Reagan was defeated by establishment Republicans before he won the nomination. Today, the establishment would be running scared about Reagan, because he could not be bought and controlled. This is happening all over again. Reagan defeated Bush I for the presidency, and Barbara Bush may harbor an old grievance about that. Well, so be it. Constitutionalist conservatives are finally awake and keeping score.

Conservatives want a constitutionalist president like Reagan. The left has had its Marxist president for a time. They want party line rule over America; but America may have something to say about that before it surrenders to the new power class. Expect big fireworks from the left, and be prepared to give them as good as you get. The next two years will be filled with attacks from both the left and establishment Republicans on true conservatives like, Sahara, Palin, Michele Bachmann, Nikki Haley, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Kristi Noem. These are all great Tea Party backed conservatives, but only Sarah Palin can draw the crowds, passions and money of the voters — just ask John McCain. McCain was drawing crowds of 2 or 3 thousand for his dull, canned stump speeches and his “my friends” admonition until Palin joined him on the campaign trail. Palin’s presence drove the crowds to over 20 thousand and they roared at her “You know what they say the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull is? Lipstick” witticism.

Sarah Palin is a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon in politics. She is a charismatic constitutionalist. It's the combination that's so vital. Reagan had it. It scares the Democrats to death.

Margaret Thatcher established herself as a potent conference speaker at the Conservative Party Conference of 1966 when with Frederick Hayek’s book, “The Road to Serfdom”, in hand and proclaimed “the problem with socialism is that you run out of other people’s money.” Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister (1979-1990) was the longest since that of Lord Salisbury and the longest continuous period in office since Lord Liverpool in the early 19th century. She was the first woman to lead a major political party in the United Kingdom, and the first of only four women to hold any of the four great offices of state. She also saved the British economy from total socialistic ruin.

It is time for a constitutionalist who can talk straight with the American people. Human nature hasn't changed. The U.S. Constitution has not lost relevance. It is still the only functioning revolutionary political document in history. The Constitution limits the power class. Marxism empowers the powerful. It's not hard to understand. If Sarah Palin can get that single truth across to the American people, she will win and go on to become another Ronald Reagan.

Expect all the Establishment forces to fight against a constitutionalist conservative for president. It scares them more than a Marxist in the White House.

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