Monday, April 26, 2010

Another "Shit Piece" On Palin: Gabriel Sherman, New York Magazine

While taking a leak in the Orlando airport, I was amazed that they had found a way to have waterless urinals complete with a sticker that says "this will save 40,000 gallons per year per urinal" but there was no New York Magazine where the urinal cake should be. But, I realized there was a better place for Gabriel Sherman's New York Magazine Article: right next to the Charmin. Whether the reader is "on the throne" or the writer is getting a serious bout of diarrhea of the keyboard, the 8 pages of nonsense written from the outdated playbook that is no longer working can be put to good use. The "let's astroturf the magazine and journalism world with hit pieces on Sarah Palin hoping she will go away" meme is old. It's played. Get the hands off your crotches, liberals, and face facts: Sarah Palin is here to stay.

Apparently, Mr. Sherman didn't read my post from March 5, 2010. Bashing Sarah Palin is big business. But I like the twist. Bashing Sarah Palin about big business is big business. Way to go, Sherm, walked right into my wheel house. I don't expect someone of "your stature" to read my blog. No, I'm not a great writer and don't get paid nicely by a big liberal magazine to bash Sarah Palin. It's a shame I can't make a good buck writing crap.

According to Texas4Palin, Shermin's article has been debunked and debunked big time. As long as the "lamestream" media wants to keep on crapping out it's garbage, bloggers like Josh Painter and me and sites like Conservatives4Palin are going to fill the void left due to the abdication of the proper role of analyst, journalist and magazine article author on the part of the mainstream media. That sucking sound you just heard was the vacuum created by liberal journalists. It soon to be followed by the filling in of air from guys like us to even out the pressure gradient.

There is also nothing I like better than reading something Sarah Palin said or wrote a year ago and having it proven true today.  Sarah Palin has been right on the money from day one, whether it be Obama's associations, death panels or the stimulus plan. She is now warning us about financial reform. In my quest to back up my own opinions, I am finding more and more each day that Sarah Palin is the go to girl.

"First off, the people involved in writing government regulations are often lobbyists from the very industry that the new laws are supposed to regulate, and that’s been the case here," Palin writes. I've been trying to tell people that for years, but the right words were never available until now. Reagan did it. He could take your thoughts and articulate them back to you better than you thought them. Palin has that same magical power. God help the liberals. Life is going to get tough for them.

With that, it makes sense. They know they are doomed. Their last desperate breaths will be filled with Palin vitriol. They'll "stab it with their steely knives but they just can't kill the beast."

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