Posts Tagged ‘Palin Effect’
America By Heart by the new American queen of hearts.
She sets the conservative minds aflame, and patriotic hearts aflutter. She represents the post-liberal American Truth. As reflected in 2010 election results. First she went rogue, now she wins America by heart. That’s our Sarah. The new leader for a new America. The Big Dipper.
A signed copy can be had by clicking this image and donating one hundred dollars to SarahPac. Go ahead, click the image. I dare you.
Done! While the rest of the nation obsessed over cyber Monday, sent away for a signed copy. My hundred for your defence, Sarah! Nay, for the defense of America, by my heart! Excerpts will follow in due course. It’s the readers’ turn now.
Original Post Begins Here:
The midterm elections showed the political acumen, electoral prowess and the intuitive genius of Governor Sarah Palin. Not for the first time since leaving office, to serve the country better, did she show display the leadership qualities she is made of.
Her influence was felt everywhere on election night. In the media, on the internet and, across the world. As results trickled in, bloggers and news commentators couldn’t resist bringing her up again and again to give context to their comments, and to give meat to their argument. In the process, they revealed themselves to be less gracious, and some even less begrudging in their admiration of the Governor’s political wisdom.
Such has been the influence of Sarah Palin on election 2010 that, besides the obligatory note that the 2012 season began that night, headlines writers made a beeline to frame the entire election as a verdict on the Governor’s own political clout, ambition and future. Few dared to frame it in the obverse of the coin – it was massive Fail for the president.
‘Palin effect’ screamed Politico, but couldn’t resist the cheap shot that Sarah herself was somehow the beneficiary of it all. As if it were not the American people, not the candidates, and not the millions who felt empowered and energized through these dispiriting times. It’s the people, stupid! Read the rest of this entry »