Who’s Afraid of Sarah Palin?

By John W. Lillpop

It is a given that everyone in the mainstream media, as well as all Democrats, stand in dread fear of the Governor from Alaska, AKA, Sarah Palin, the most beautiful and intelligent woman ever in American politics. EVER!

A curious oddity is that Palin’s most vocal detractors are the same people who claim that the Governor is saddled with a dismal IQ, somewhere between that of a bucket of mud and W.!

Which prompts the question: If Palin is so intellectually inferior, why are you leftist moon bats so befuddled by the Governor?

Indeed, why not stand down and let the Governor rise to the top where she can be pummeled like a helpless child by the omnipotent Barack Obama, the smartest person in the room--but only when he is by himself?

The insanity of the left as regards Governor Palin and her link(?) to the Tucson slaughter dropped to depths unimaginable for what is alleged to be a civilized, educated society.

Even the Governor’s statement, a reasoned and calm presentation which countered scurrilous attacks from the left, was attacked by dodos like Chris Matthews because Palin described her treatment by the Marxist media as “Blood libel.”

Six people in Tucson are dead and others including Gabby Giffords are fighting for survival and moon bats are hemorrhaging over use of the phrase “Blood Libel” ?

What the hell is happening to our nation? Is there no there here anymore?

By the way, for folks like Chris Matthews who ridiculed the Governor for using the term, a “teaching moment” appears to be urgently needed.

Specifically, as reported at reference 1, in part:

“Famed attorney and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz defended Sarah Palin’s use of the term “blood libel” from multiple detractors. As the Media Matters/MSM/Democrat narrative on the Tucson tragedy unravels, they are getting a lot more desperate in their attacks on Palin. Fortunately, there are still plenty of honest liberals around
“The term “blood libel” has taken on a broad metaphorical meaning in public discourse. Although its historical origins were in theologically based false accusations against the Jews and the Jewish People,its current usage is far broader. I myself have used it to describe false accusations against the State of Israel by the Goldstone Report. There is nothing improper and certainly nothing anti-Semitic in Sarah Palin using the term to characterize what she reasonably believes are false accusations that her words or images may have caused a mentally disturbed individual to kill and maim. The fact that two of the victims are Jewish is utterly irrelevant to the propriety of using this widely used term.”

For the benefit of those who avoid the truth (hello Chris Matthews), Alan Dershowitz is anything but a “right wing” extremist.

So again, the pressing question is “Who’s afraid of Sarah Palin?”

The answer: Everyone, including Barack Obama, on the left!

However, to Palin supporters I say: Fret not. That lady can take care of herself!

Ref 1: http://biggovernment.com/publius/2011/01/12/exclusive-alan-dershowitz-defends-sarah-palins-use-of-term-blood-libel/