Monday, March 14, 2011

Politico Poison. The Republican Establishment Overreaches on Palin

The self-styled GOP intellectuals in the beltway may want to reconsider allying themselves with an entity run by Axelrod clone Roger Simon, Politico.

Let me give you a bit of advice. Don't assume you're the smartest person in the room.

I, for one, like Palinomics. It's not pure populist, it's not anti-intellectual. It's a positive, honest, growth-oriented way forward for America.

The rest of us aren't going to put up with gatekeepers any more, whether they be preening pundits or PC media. Parasites.

More. Mark Levin. Dan Riehl. I happen to think she's running. I want her to run. I happen to think she may be the only one who can beat Barack Obama. Because she's the only one so far with the courage to take on his cult of personality and the media that created and protects him. And she knows what it takes to create jobs, support a family, and be willing to sacrifice her own to protect this country.

Sarah Palin is a self-made woman. She doesn't need their imprimatur. Nor do we.

Previous related posts here and here.

More. Professor William Jacobson, Legal Insurrection: Does Being A Conservative Now Require That We Join In Sexualized Mocking of Conservative Women?

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