Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Actual Thought on Palin and "Blood Libel"

From a woman, Caroline Glick, who blogs for the Jerusalem Post:

...By calling the Left out for its behavior, Palin exposed its agenda. But the logic of the blood libel remained. Trusting the public’s ignorance, and the liberal Jewish community’s solidarity, the leftist media in the U.S. immediately condemned Palin for daring to use the term, hinted she was an anti-Semite for doing so, and argued that by defending herself, she was again inciting violence.

Many conservative thinkers and politicians have long viewed Palin as a liability. By remaining in the spotlight, they allege, Palin is helping the Left. They argue that the media have already destroyed her ability to communicate with non-conservatives. Since she is viewed as a conservative leader, by failing to shut up she is making it impossible for other potential leaders whom the media don’t despise to connect with the swing voters they will need to unseat Obama in 2012.

While alluring, this position does more than harm Palin. It renders the 2012 election irrelevant.

It matter not whether these conservative thinkers support Palin. What matters is that by telling her not to defend herself from libelous attacks, they are accepting the Left’s right to criminalize all conservatives. If she is not defended against a patently obscene effort to connect her to a madman’s rampage in Tucson, then conservatives in the U.S. are signaling they really don’t want to control U.S. policy. They are saying that if a Republican is elected in 2012, he or she will continue to implement Obama’s radical policies

Yes.

Palin was correct when she slapped back hard.

The manicured and perfumed Left isn't used to that sort of response. They prefer the puppy-dog Righties like McConnell and Cantor. But then, the manicured and pampered George III wasn't expecting Madison, Jefferson, and Washington to deliver the message:

"Bite me."

And by the way, Buy More Ammo!

HT: Gateway

2 comments:

neomom said...

Yes, yes, yes!

John Foust said...

Speaking of threats, it appears the Tosa guy accused of threatening to kill Republican lawmakers on Craigslist... voted for McCain/Palin.