How quickly they forget. They forget that even though George Bush was as equally unqualified as Sarah Palin, he still was able to fake his way through eight years as president.
How quickly they forget that both George Bush and Sarah Palin are Republicans and all that entails.
It's true that George Bush lost the popular vote to Al Gore by more than half a million votes. It's said that the people will reject Sarah Palin. Well, they rejected George Bush in 2000 and it made not one bit of difference. He still became president. Republicans have ways to overcome being rejected and losing an election.
That decision was not a Supreme Court decision, it was not a judicial decision. It was strictly a Republican decision by Republicans for Republicans. And the Republicans still control the Supreme Court.
Again, George Bush and Sarah Palin are Republicans, and that decision by a Republican Supreme Court is what being a Republican entails. They've got your back, Sarah.
They live in a state of general ignorance, happily proposing simplistic solutions to highly complex problems.
Palin reacted recently to those, including Gabrielle Giffords, who pointed out that her gun sight crosshairs targeting Giffords and others would have consequences. Sure enough, Giffords was shot.
Palin has enhanced her conservative credentials and become even more the darling of the Republicans by giving us a whiny, defensive rant, saying that merely pointing out that her inciting violence is what causes violence. Try to figure the logic of that. But, Republicans just love it.
Sarah, why are you so defensive if you have done nothing to be defensive about?
Palin projects the image of an amiable doofus, the Barney Fife of politics. Just as George Bush was a crotchety, snappish, impatient doofus of a Barney Fife.
After his first four years, George Bush had showed exactly the same thing. Because of that revelation, we were absolutely dead sure, convinced, there was no doubt that Bush could not, no way, be re-elected.
But, inexplicably, he was. And, by the same process, whatever it is, having to do with a Republican Supreme Court and the voting public's preference for Republican simplistic solutions, so can Sarah Palin be elected president.