Thoughts On Sarah Palin

November 12, 2009 at 7:38 pm 1 comment

The Weekly Standard had a post stating that somebody wrote a book on Sarah Palin being persecuted by the mainstream media.   My opinion is that Sarah Palin has not been persecuted but rather fairly criticized on character defects within her personality and a worldview that does not properly address the massive problems of that America has today such as the consequences of American imperialism, climate change, and massive inequity in society.

If the Republicans use her as a cheerleader or spokesperson for conservative causes, I conclude that is proper role for her.  However, I do not respect her for being an expert on foreign and domestic policy and I think that she has very limited credentials in the areas of foreign and domestic policy.   When she opens her mouth on policy matters,  it just seems to be fodder for late-night TV shows and Olbermann’s “Worst Person in the World”.  But I am a progressive liberal and so my comments on Palin  would be probably considered to be biased.

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  • 1. Timmy K  |  November 12, 2009 at 7:52 pm

    Just a little biased you think… so because she is not an expert in foreign policy or domestic policy she is irrerelevant. If we only had those parameters set up for Obama also, then we would have clinton in the White House.

    Dont be so shortsighted…. Palin may not be as well spoken as Obama but when it comes to experience she has more. Of course she doesn’t share the same values as you and that is a perfectly legitimate reason for disliking her.


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