Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Kathleen Parker - Sourpuss

I think she has lost her marbles

A few choice excerpts:

"Despite its considerable gains in the midterm elections, the GOP has a problem looming in the margins named Sarah Palin.   She who can rouse the base like none other is now She to Whom Respect Must Be Paid. Like it or not"
Well maybe you could manage being a tad respectful at the very least you stupid cow

"Palin's Mama Grizzly shtick, which followed her pit bull-with-lipstick shtick, apparently was effective. She had a less-stellar record in the Senate, with only six of her 11 anointed ones winning"
Shtick it where the sun don't shine
"Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama recently had the audacity to assert ...: "Sarah Palin cost us control of the Senate.".....Bachus - ...has since tried to play down his remarks"
How audacious !!

"Although Tea Party members tend to be over-45 white men - no implication intended regarding Palin's popularity, but infer at will .."
Otherwise known as: "I have something smart to say but I'm too much of a yellow-bellied-limp-wristed-corrupt-media-bitch to actually say it...."
"Cutting government spending may be the central mantra of the Tea Party and, increasingly, of Palin. She recently wrote against the QE2 - "quantitative easing" - whereby the Federal Reserve will dump $600 billion in freshly minted dollars into circulation in hopes of revving the economy. Doubtless, this inspired critique evolved from Palin's long years poring over the Economist"
Oh noooooo !!  She reads????  Sarcasm is indeed the lowest form of wit

But the overlay of social and Tea Party conservatism is everywhere becoming more defined, and Palin is the intersection of these two ideological sectors. Her own life is a human diorama of social conservative principles, and she is now strategically developing the part of her profile that earned her ridicule as a vice presidential candidate.
Oh so now she's strategic and she's way better than 2008
"Watching Palin drop foreign policy and economic nuggets into the Twitterverse confirms that the real agenda for Palin is President Palin, and therein lies fresh terror for Republicans. She's too powerful to ignore, and too (fill-in-the-blank) to take seriously"
And now she's stupid again.
"She is - in a word yet again whispered rather than uttered - "Dangerous."
I thought you said she was a diorama and the intersection of social and fiscal conservativeness?  Oh and stupid

"Not only would Palin the presidential candidate drive away other Republican candidates, but she would most certainly lose a national election. Thus, the GOP finds itself in a pickle: How to shed itself of this attractive nuisance? "
So none of the other candidates can compete with her (but they can all beat Obama)...and now she's a nuisance....dammit I thought you said dangerous !!!!!
"The answer, alas, is the stuff of all complicated relationships: Can't live with her, can't live without her. "
More likely the answer is that you can't get her out of your little mind

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