The way that establishment Republicans treat Sarah Palin is exactly what they think of you, the fly-over, bible-toting, pick-up truck driving, blue collar working American Conservative.
They don't like us any more than they like the moonbats over at DailyKos.
Sarah Palin represents my politics almost to a T. I am Sarah Palin, (although I do not look good in a skirt and pumps and you'd be right to call the police if you saw me wearing them).
I would roll in broken glass, douse myself in epsom salts, stick my head in a hornet's nest and go on a date with Roseanne Barr for the opportunity to vote for this woman for national office. (Strike the Roseanne Barr comment. As Dirty Harry said, "A man has to know his limitations".)
There are plenty of us Conservatives that are rightly scared of what a second Obama administration would do to this great Republic, would gladly vote for Mitt Romney and know that he would run a clean, honest White House and would be a very good president.
But believe me that I will not be passionate about it. If Sarah were either on the ticket or poised to hold a cabinet position I would certainly be just a wee bit more excited.
The moral and ethical rot in this nation is not solely on the left in America. There are plenty of Republican enablers to the progressive cabal, men and women who see the evil right in front of them and engage in all manner of moral rationalizations to justify not confronting it.
Sarah Palin is not vexed in this way whatsoever and she is unafraid to tell them that.
She calls them out in no uncertain terms. She lays down her argument so that everyone understands exactly what she means, in language that is unambiguous and carries the power of a heavyweight's right hook. She is the E.F. Hutton of American politics: When Sarah Palin Talks People Listen.
The Sarah Palin that stood in the rain in Wisconsin bravely confronting the union goons who were shouting her down, undaunted in her attack against their tyranny - that is the kind of woman that would both inspire a silent majority of Americans to rise up and throw off this progressive cancer once and for all.
Although the red text is something with which I vehemently disagree, this is one of many reasons why we're not voting our way out of this. The GOP is as much our enemy as the
Wake up and smell the gunpowder.