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Sarah Palin’s WTF Moment
Posted By Nice Deb On January 27, 2011 @ 4:00 pm In NewsReal Blog | Comments Disabled
Sarah Palin is making headlines today for the WTF pun she made on the Greta Van Susteren Show, last night:
Her comment was spot on, especially as it refers to Obama’s contention that we have to “make sure we aren’t buried under a mountain of debt.”
Is he trying to convince people that we aren’t already buried under a mountain of debt? WTF, indeed.
It was a good one. I wish I had thought of it, myself.
But when I think of it in terms of her status as a potential candidate for President —I cringe. When I hear her say “lamestream media” as a potential candidate for President —I cringe. When I think of her starring in her own reality t.v. show as a potential candidate for President —I cringe. All of those things, in and of themselves, are fine. More power to her. But I have to ask myself —Are those things Presidential?
Her enemies at Media Matters, Huffington Post, ABC, the Washington Post, USA Today, Politico and more have jumped on the WTF story. Commenters are attacking her for her “incivility”.
Obviously, Palin haters are going to attack her no matter what she says or does. But if she’s serious about running for President, she shouldn’t be giving them the ammo.
The will she or won’t she? question continues at Politico, where Andy Barr reports on SarahPAC’s FEC financial disclosure yesterday. The PAC finished 2010 in good shape, with $1.3 million in the bank and no debt after spending more than $2.6 million during the midterm campaign. But absent from the report are any indications of the kind of expansion usually seen with candidates preparing for an electoral campaign.
I wish she had run for RNC Chair. I think she would have made a glorious RNC Chair.
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