It's pretty obvious why the DNC fears Palin. When the 2012 campaign is well underway, President Obama will have over three years of executive experience under his belt with nothing to brag about but stomping all over The Constitution and playing tons of golf while the economy collapsed. Palin currently has over eight years of executive experience and has a history of attacking corruption. She is a threat to the progressive agenda, she has a respect for history, a respect for The Constitution, and has real solutions to bring the U.S. economy back from the pits of despair.
Gov. Palin is a threat to the GOP establishment, which is one aspect of Palin I love. I used to identify myself as a republican, but in recent years, I have come to the realization the republican party has been inundated by progressives and party hacks. I now identify myself as a conservative libertarian.
The republican party needs a shake-up and needs to get back to conservative and libertarian values. Republicans have cut taxes, but they have rarely cut spending. Several in the party are loyal only to the party itself, at the expense of truth and The Constitution. The GOP knows that Sarah Palin isn't going to take crap from party hacks, and will have no problem calling out corruption within her own party. All politicians should do this, but the party leaders fear it.
When it comes to stories about Sarah Palin, truth doesn't seem to matter to the media. Once Sarah Palin was nominated for the VP candidate for the 2008 campaign, the media had the goal of destroying her. They did not seek out truth, but sought to only mock, attack her family, lay false charges and reports, and attempted to discredit her.
Although she was running on the ticket as a VP, the media compared her career to Barack Obama, pointing out her apparent lack of experience. If they were actually seeking out truth, they would have realized that Governor Palin had much more executive experience than Obama -- Obama had none, while Palin had served as both mayor and as governor.
If you have followed news reports about Sarah Palin during the last 3 years, you would think she has the power of political resurrection. How many times has it been reported that Sarah Palin's presidential chances are dead? Yet, the media keeps reporting on her. Never in my life have I witnessed apparent multiple political suicides by one person, only to have their political career come back to life. Lately, it seems like it occurs once or twice a week -- the media writes her off, declares her non-official campaign as being DOA, then later the media finds her to be back in the running.
All of this is, of course, the result of the media's allergy to Palin herself and to the real America. Palin doesn't fit the media's political mold. They can't see a candidate as being viable unless the person in question has been part of the establishment for years and heralds from inside the beltway. They don't understand Palin. They see are as a country bumpkin who has no idea how the government should function. In reality, the exact opposite is true. Palin is one of the few politicians who understands history and understands the role and limits of the federal government. But since the media is largely liberal and progressive, they will do anything to paint Palin as a joke and ignore her large fan base since it is populated by country folk.
The media is largely liberal, and they are complicit with progressive corruption and the DNC. Since Palin is a threat to progressivism, she is a threat to the media's agenda. Even though they have already dismissed her as a joke candidate, they are running full-steam ahead to attack her. Several emails, from when Palin served as Alaska's governor, are being released to the media. What exactly are they hoping to find? Without doubt, they will find scandal and corruption where there is none. Truth will once again be ignored, false charges will be laid, and the media will continue its onslaught.
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