Fulcrum Ruminations

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Out Of The Past, It's Sarah Palin

Found this post by Teflon over at Molten Thought, which links to a post by Thomas Sowell at the National Review Online. Sowell's short piece talks about the reaction to the candidacy of Sarah Palin for vice-president last year. I don't have a lot to say about Palin that I haven't already posted here, but I found Sowell's comments interesting. I kinda liked Palin simply for her ability to cause the reality-impaired to nearly stroke out every time they thought about her. Is she a viable candidate for President in 2012 or 2016? Who knows? There's certainly more to her than the Tina Fey caricature we got from the mainstream press during the campaign. Whether that "more" includes sufficient oomph to make her a serious contender for the post-Obama period can't really be determined yet.


But gosh, it sure was fun to watch the political Left reveal their contemptible true character when she was running.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Chuck said...

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5:59 PM  
Blogger Lanz said...

We're hoping it's just for a while. O2C and Kyle are working hard.

10:29 PM  

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