Thursday, July 22, 2010

Palin, Carlson and Strong Win Huge Battle

It's been going on since Sarah Palin was first announced to be John McCain's running mate. Sarah Palin was viciously attacked and nearly politically killed by a media smear campaign the likes you've never seen. Palin was so beaten and so bloody that she told her army that "politically speaking if I die, I die."

Shortly after she said those words, the turning point in the battle came. It was on July 3, 2009 when Sarah Palin resigned her governorship. Sarah explained her strategy today:
Palin says the feeding frenzy culture of the media galvanized her political opponents in Alaska. “The media incentivized political opponents to file false ethics charges and expensive, wasteful, frivolous lawsuits against me, my family and my staff, in an obvious attempt to destroy us,” Palin said.
When those lawsuits — which Palin said she won, but the media didn’t cover — caused legal costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, Palin had finally had it, she said.

“I said, ‘Enough. Political adversaries and their political friends in the media will not destroy my State, my administration, nor my family. Enough.’ I knew if I didn’t play their game any longer, they could not win. I would not retreat, I would instead reload, and I would fight for what is right from a different plane.”
The Daily Caller, Tucker Carlson's website, began opening fire on Monday, citing emails and posts from Journolist, a forum where journalists could communicate and share ideas. He started with firing away at those journalists who collaborated stories and memes to help Barack Obama become president and to cover up the association with Reverend Jeremiah Wright. He continued yesterday releasing more emails.

Today, he dropped the bunker buster, rhetorically slaying hundreds of journalists who collaborated to not only get Barack Obama elected president, but who collaborated to destroy Sarah Palin.

The cat's out of the bag now. America knows that Sarah Palin has been vindicated of everything the media has said about her.

It is a victory in a battle that has been fought for over a year and a half. Finally, Sarah has her due thanks to the hard work of Tucker Carlson and Jonathan Strong who called on Sarah to give the final sword swing in their bloody and unbelievably successful victory in destroying the myth that the media was not complicit in the smearing of Sarah Palin.

This does not undo everything. But it undoes a lot and advances the Palin cause greatly. It positions Sarah Palin to where she can reintroduce herself to America. She can gain major territory by convincing the uncertain and the unsure that the media lied to them and now they really do need to give her a second look.

It's a glorious day in the land of Unsheathed today. We may remember this day as the day when Sarah Palin really became a serious presidential contender in the eyes of the uncertain.

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