Monday, June 08, 2009

Sarah On Hannity


Governor Palin will be on Hannity (Fox News Channel) tonight at 9 p.m. eastern. Be sure to tune in!

4 comments:

Shane Vander Hart said...

He didn't air the entire video, but put it online. I've got video here - http://caffeinatedthoughts.com/?p=2957

R-R-R said...

If Sarah Palin is so silly and irrelevant, why the obsession? Clearly the Left noted her appeal, and are out to eliminate the threat- it's not like it's not obvious.

Palin has been highly successful in life while ignoring the left-wing feminist model... this helps to explain the extra dose of venom in the attacks.

Democrats are plenty afraid of Palin coming-back at them in 2012 with a dynamic and complementary VP like Bobby Jindal... or visa versa. And they surely have reason to fear her-

Palin is the most popular governor in the country... are all those people idiots? Alaska was a pretty corrupt system until she stepped in. Her reforms took on entrenched politicians (inc. Republicans), a mafioso-style union boss, and Big Oil.

Wouldn't it have been nice if Obama had been principled and brave enough to confront the corrupt Chicago Democratic Machine?

Or shady political operators like Tony Rezko?

Racist preachers?

Instead of doing business with every last one of them?

Go get em, Sarah- and don't mind the press, nobody will be listening to them anymore after the pending Obamamania implosion- and the ties of GE and others are fully exposed.

http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com/

mpc said...

I read an interesting article in the NYT recently (linked below) that I thought you guys might like too, give your interest in politics. It's about, partly, the ways liberals' and conservatives' brains might be different on a very basic level. A lot of what he says about liberals I found very credible, based on my own experience, and I was curious to see whether you guys felt there was any merit to what he said about conservatives.

And don't just say "Oh, it's from the NYT so 'No'" without reading it. ;-) It's not a piece of 'conservative bashing', I think the author's genuine intent is to give both liberals and conservatives a little better understanding of each other.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/28/opinion/28kristof.html?em

John said...

MPC,

I read the article. However, the author merely veils his political doctrine in pseudo-neurological and sociological terms. Conservatives generally derive their moral imperatives from principle, historically, Judeo-Christian principle. Conservatives are not automatons that blindly adhere to "authority." I reject his premise. Whereas, the liberal mind has grown accustomed to relativistic thinking and responding instinctually to emotional stimuli. This is a result of an intellectual malaise instilled by statist "educational" systems. Critical thinking skills are cast aside and any analysis or dissent from the progressive party line is viciously attacked. This promotes uniformity and has produced a generation of sheeple. Hence, the election of a Marxist totalitarian with delusions of grandeur--B. Hussein Obama.

Thanks for the link.