Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Save Us, Sarah, Save Us!

UPDATE IV: After the movie Game Change (based on the book with the same name), would you vote for Sarah?

Or has she "become a person who I think is filled with grievance, filled with anger who has a divisive message for the national stage when we need leaders in both parties to have a unifying message. . . . The lack of preparedness was a bad thing and the total disinterest in being more prepared and rectifying that is something that disqualifies"?

Read the Washington Post, Steve Schmidt’s brutally honest assessment of Sarah Palin.

UPDATE III: After more than a year, an update. "Will she run, or won't she. She just doesn't know, you know?? Read The New York Times, Chasing Sarah Palin.

All kidding aside, if she promised not be to "thin-skinned" and "vindictive", I'd vote for her.

UPDATE II: "Sarah Palin’s amateurism and liabilities are her badges of honor, and Republican leaders who want to stop her, and they are legion, are utterly baffled about how to do so." Read The New York Times, Could She Reach the Top in 2012? You Betcha.

UPDATE: Not everyone is ready to be saved, especially not a former Bush chief speechwriter and senior policy advisor. Read the Washington Post, Palin's erratic behavior mars 2010 elections.

He thinks Plain is "increasingly indifferent to Republican fortunes and increasingly tolerant of disturbing extremism."

I'm guessin he didn't get a Mama Grizzly Endorsement.

Will Republi-cons be able to put the Palin genie back in the box (actually a large jar)?

"If there's nobody else to do it, then of course I would believe that we should do this." -- from Entertainment Tonight, Sarah Palin: I will Run for President in 2012 If There's Nobody Else To Do It.

Can you say 'messiah complex'.