Sarah Palin, revisited
Some of us had an initial positive impression of Sarah Palin. At the same time, we acknowledged that only time would tell whether she could cut it on the national stage. Her selection also brought out into full public view again the political agenda of the feminists and Left as the attempts to destroy Palin reached new extremes. All of which were discussed in the earlier posts noted below at the bottom.
Palin did not do well in the Couric interview. She seems to have lost her mojo. Is it because she is being overhandled? Is it because she is in over her head? Or both? Does she have the talent but her time on the national stage is premature? Who knows. Only more time and exposure will tell.
Here are several recent commentaries which speculate on these questions:
Free Sarah Palin!
Has the McCain Campaign Broken Sarah Palin?
Should Palin walk the plank?
Unlike those who are afraid of competition and the resulting success or failure, let’s see how it plays out. Let her be herself and let the chips fall where they fall. No bailouts.
Where is the “REDO” button?
The complete Palin interview with Gibson
The Bush doctrine and the psyching out of Barack Obama
Left-wing feminist masters to Sarah Palin: How dare you try to leave our plantation!
Sarah Palin’s speech
The ferociously totalitarian response of the Left to Sarah Palin: Sexism, intolerance, and fear
Sarah Palin’s refreshing words