Friday, May 27, 2011

"The Other McCain" Upgrades Palin From Not Running To Not Running Traditionally

 "The Other McCain" blog, which is an opinion leader (if not the opinion leader) on the right with millions of blog hits has a post up by Stacy McCain's blogging partner "Smitty" which effectively states that Palin is running.

"I'm upgrading my Sarah Palin prediction from “not not running” to “not running a traditional campaign”

This comment marks a further step in the right-wing blogetariat-the only political comment group worth reading now that the traditional media and the left wing "Politico" type outlets are resorting to "someone close to Palin said" as they have been shut out of the loop and reduced to "makin' things up" as Palin says.

The "responsible" right wing bloggers (whether Palin  supporters or not) have the benefit of not being inflicted by PDS, and not wearing blinkers, so they can see what is front of their noses. 

The left sees Palin's bus tour, her movie, her blitz of the Fox studios for what they obviously are and, like Smitty, are turnin their attention to what sort of candidate she will make and other important, realistic considerations.

On unexpected result of the media's Palin obsession has been their own self-destruction as a vehicle of integrity-they have sown the wind and reaped the whirlwind as another embattled, out of favor politician, who came back from being derided and saved his country-Winston Churchill- said.

"So, Sarah Palin Is Not Running. . .

A Traditional Campaign

Posted on | May 27, 2011 |
by Smitty
I’m upgrading my Sarah Palin prediction from “not not running” to “not running a traditional campaign”. Ann Althouse looks at the scoffings of the Romney and Pawlenty campaigns, griping that Sarah is not following the conventional path, and then invokes Fred Thompson.
Ah, Fred.
The interesting question becomes whether the GOP will, petulantly, scuttle the chances of ejecting BHO rather than fall in behind a potential Palin candidacy. In other words, will the commitment to the traditional, broken, Ruling Class way be stronger in the GOP than the desire to, you know, live up to the party’s ideals?
The fact that this question even forms in the mind is why I’m pleased notto be a registered Republican. About as useful as the DOE, they are.
Pay close attention to that bus tour, GOP. As you go under it

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