I have a dream: I wake up in the morning and go buy the Hustler Magazine. I never bought an issue before in my life. On the first page I see a photo of Sarah Palin, half- naked in a provocative position. And the headline says, 'Sarah propositions to Uncle Sam. Will he oblige?'
In my dream the magazine is dedicated to the new phenomenon. The headlines vary from "I know she cannot do real sex' to "Who was her lover when she ran for VP?" There are polls about her sex life and polls asking if the public agrees about her frigidity. There is an interview with her High School sweetheart and with several members of the Alaska legislation. (all at the same time). There are pictures of Sarah in a bathing suit but with a gun. There are photos of her alleged fantasies including Rosie, Oprah and Dick Cheney.
In my dream Sarah sues Hustler, they counter-sue and on again-off- again-Sarah's dreams about Presidency are buried forever. That's in a dream.
In reality nothing like that happens. In reality I see quite the opposite. I see sister Sarah on the prowl. The game is afoot.
Our media demonstrates a remarkable case of human coprophagia. They generate sh*t and then eat it with such vigor that even the stench does not have enough time to diffuse. You turn on your TV and you breath it, 'It is not true that we here hate Sarah Palin. We just say that she should maybe read more books. We are not harsh- look how we treat President Obama. No, we love Sarah dearly..'
Why are they so afraid of? Or maybe it is not fear? Maybe they know their game?
Sarah Palin was brought to the US politics in the Y2008 seemingly from nowhere. Even McCain apparently did not know much about her. She was "introduced' to him by someone unnamed during one of the events and then somehow her name was pushed through the big guys of the GOP. Who did that? Why was she chosen? That itself is a mystery to solve for those who appreciate a good story but it seems no one wants to know. And if no one wants to know here comes the Going Rogue. We get an image of the woman who made herself, stuck to her principles and personified the American individualism and conservative values. Alone? On her own? How about a nice organization called a Council of National Policy? (http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Council_for_National_Policy)
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