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Left Wing genius pundits declared Sarah Palin forgotten by 2012!

Palin’s revenge:
Who’s Laughing
By C. Edmund Wright

October 2nd, 2009

The American Thinker


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Now correct me if I am wrong,

but didn’t I hear the Jurassic
media bury the career of
Sarah Palin just last July?

And weren’t they joined in
this mockery by the so-called conservative elites like
David Brooks and Karl Rove
and Joe Scarborough
and so on?

Wasn’t Mo Dowd just delirious
in fact that the wicked witch
(of her world) was dead?

You betcha.




Well, just who is looking out
of touch and foolish now?

It isn’t the Killa from Wasilla.

And yes,
I think that is her
Brinks Truck in fact.
One of them anyway.

The temptation here is to
rub the seven million dollar
book advance in the face
of all her naysayers —
then add that the book is
coming out early and in fact
breaking all kinds of sales
records though not even
edited yet.

But we won’t do
that for Mo’s sake.

Another temptation is to
chide the Jurassics and the
elites who were snickering
at the thought she could
command the six figures
fees the big boys get for
speaking engagements —
with the reports that she
is currently sifting through
some eleven hundred offers.


We won’t make a big
deal over that either.
It might make
Colin Powell blush.

What is the real story
here is that given a set
of singularly difficult
Governor Palin made a
counter-intuitive and gutsy
decision that has already
proven right for all
parties involved.

We call that brilliance.

We call that
effective leadership.




Perhaps inside the beltway,
those measures of wisdom
and intelligence and instinctive leadership are out of date.

All too often in that world,
decisions are made by what
is the safe play and by what
will play well with the pundits.

Damn the consequences
to others,
just pull that focus group
report and make sure we
look good to the media.

That was not how Palin
measured her decision.

She was willing to look outside
the box for a possibility,
and when she found an idea
that worked for everyone
she grabbed it.

And she never looked back.

Why Dan Rather might
call that “…courage…”




Palin did not seem to worry
a bit about how her decision
would look to the pundit
class as she strode to the
microphones and confidently
gave a shocking announcement
that she knew would bring
down a hell storm of
self-important derision.

She did not flinch.

She made her decision,
announced it, and went about
making it work for all involved.

And it has. It has worked
for the state of Alaska,
where their small government
is no longer burdened by over
the top media scrutiny and
an endless string of nuisance
legal actions.

Alaska can get back
to being Alaska,
and the state is governed
by a man who shares Palin’s
vision for the state without
having one of the biggest
media targets in the history
of the country painted
on his back.

You don’t know his name?
Alaskans probably
like it that way.

And the resignation has
certainly worked for Palin’s
family and the former
governor herself no doubt.

They no longer have the
targets painted on their
backs either.

They no longer are burdened
by a mountain of legal debt
and the mountain of legal
debt is no longer growing
like it was.





it looks like the family
will be able to travel the
entire country at the request
of many other people happy
to pay their expenses and
a nice honorarium as well.

That’s not a bad
educational experience,
and I even doubt the
former governor will burden
us with stories about how
much she has sacrificed
while doing all of
this jet setting.

Along the way,
she will be exposed to
millions and millions of
American voters who will
see her in person or see
local coverage of
her appearances.

She will curry favor with
many Republicans and other conservative candidates
across the country.

Her rolodex will be engorged
with valuable contacts.

Her work in this area is
likely to have a major impact
on the mid-term elections
of 2010 in fact.

If it goes well for the GOP,
she will get much of the
credit in all likelihood.

There will be sound bytes
from her on any number
of weighty issues.

That started last week
in Asia in fact.

Even Charles Krauthammer
will be impressed.

By the time 2012
rolls around –
just in case she has that year
circled in her day planner –
any notion of her lack of
depth or experience will
have been clearly dispelled.



Tina Fey shooting the moose
will be a distant memory.

Charlie Gibson will be the
one thrown to the curb in
his chosen profession.

And I doubt Katie Couric
will age as gracefully as
Sarah Palin will.

To summarize,
every single ramification
of Palin’s resignation has
come up aces.

For her,
her family,
her state and even for
any future political ambitions,
it was the right call.

Even in the one arena
the Jurassic media and
conservative elites thought
they were really expert —
politics —
Palin has trumped them
in that too.

It is almost 100% certain
that she will come in to
the year 2012 with a lot
more money,
a lot more exposure,
a lot more commentary
on the big issues,
a lot more potential campaign
workers across the 57 states
and a lot more favors owed
than she ever could have
by hanging around Juneau
for two more years.

even in purely political terms,
Palin’s business and personal
decision has proven to be
superior to what the pundits
thought she should have done.

Now of course this is
sending the pundit class
in the D.C.-Manhattan
corridor into the vapors,
not to mention shock.

They never have been
able to make one correct
assessment about Palin
and her relationship with
the American people and
their reaction to their
own ineptness is to hate
Palin herself.

Millions of Americans are
not surprised however.

Why do you think so many
are buying her book already.

You can call those “votes”
and also “future campaign

They are not caught off
guard by the brilliance
of her decision.

They knew it all along.

And I add proudly,
so did American Thinker.

Our contributing authors
penned no fewer than 9
articles in the two weeks
following Palin’s resignation,
and every single one of them
supported her decision as
wise and several pieces
were scarily prescient in
how they predicted just
this type of success for
her in light of the decision.

It is obvious that Palin
knew what she was doing
all along.

Who knows what
she will do in 2012.

It doesn’t matter
at the moment.

What matters is that her
decision to resign as
Governor of Alaska will
put her in a far superior
position for whatever she
does or does not pursue.

I think that’s
hilariously ironic.

Betcha she does too.

So who’s
laughing now?


___Sarah will
__win in 2012
_by this much!

Barack_Obama_Teleprompter by Floyd Brown.
________TelePrompTer by Badtz Maru.



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