Wednesday, November 05, 2008

I wonder what Sarah thinks of community organizers NOW??

Given that organized communities crushed her ridiculous little campaign?

I doubt McCain would have prevailed without the Palin pick (he definitely does better in Pennsylvania with Tom Ridge) but she sealed the deal. When the Republicans lose Indiana and the Philadelphia suburbs, they need to take a long hard look in the mirror. They are on the verge of becoming a party embraced only by stupid white people. Unfortunately, we have a bumper crop of those in this country, but since the GOP disregarded my prescient advice (if you depend on yahoos to win, DO NOT put the yahoos on television!), they seem to be sufficiently marginalized for now if the Democrats can prove Will Rogers wrong and remain an organized political party.

Palin in 2012? Oh please, please, please.

1 comment:

Carlos said...

It's looking more likely that Stevens will hang on to his seat. Even if he refuses to resign the Senate will likely take steps to expel him. So, Palin might yet end up in the Senate by appointing herself to Stevens' seat.