First the Tea Party gets blamed falsely by Time Magazine as being the root cause for hyperinflation, now the liberal media extends the blame of Bristol still being voted in to a dancing show for so many weeks. This is getting hilarious.
Nothing makes me laugh more than to see the left go into hissy fits over the most simple of things Sarah Palin and her family does. Who would have thought that the left is actually attacking not only Bristol Palin, but the Tea Party for this?
I think we have better things to worry about. However the liberal media can’t help it that Sarah Palin’s daughter is doing so well in Dancing with the Stars. Palin Derangement Syndrome knows no bounds. They even went after her for wearing a Tea Party shirt while rehearsing a dance routine. Forget the fact that previous contestants wore Obama shirts rehearsing. There was no problem with that. But the audacity to have a patriotic shirt on! How ridiculous.
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The electorate demonstrated how serious it was Tuesday. Candidates perceived as flamboyant or unserious did poorly, outside of California. This was true of both parties: Christine O’Donnell, Carl Paladino, Alan Grayson, Charlie Crist, and Jack Conway all suffered from images of buffoonery or vicious, amoral opportunism. O’Donnell improved tremendously as a candidate during her race, but could never escape the lightweight image with which she was painted. The worst thing a candidate could afford to become, in this season of deadly earnestness, was a joke.
Sarah Palin did the GOP a lot of favors during this election. She’ll have plenty of markers to call in, if she runs for President. Conservatives4Palin put together a scorecard of candidates she endorsed, and it boasts a very impressive number of wins. She poured her strength into crucial victories, including most of the people I’ve already mentioned, plus the likes of Renee Ellmers (NC), John Boozman (AR), and Kelly Ayotte (NH). Dismissing Palin as some kind of fringe, “divisive” figure is transparently foolish. She made a difference for a bounty of good candidates, who will make a difference for America in the years ahead.
As expected, this election was a stunning repudiation of President Obama. Voting for ObamaCare proved as deadly as putting on a red uniform and joining Captain Kirk on a mission to the planet of flying telepathic piranhas. The only House candidate Obama directly campaigned for, Tom Periello of Virginia, was an early casualty on Election Night. Obama’s old Senate seat is now in Republican hands. Presidents can come back from such defeats … but considering how many Democrats ran away from Obama to survive Tuesday night, the potential for a Clinton-style comeback seems minimal.
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