Sarah Palin is resigning as the Governor of Alaska. I know who is going to miss her the most, the left leaning Mainstream Media. Who will they use for a Punching Bag Now? No more PDS, Palin Derangement Syndrome, to try and bolster their lousy ratings, and dismal newspaper subscriptions . When many of her detractors, go on one of their many irrational rants, about the soon to be late Governor of Alaska, they can expect the response to be: So What, and Who Cares? Sarah Palin isn't part of the Government anymore, she will be a private citizen.
Who will the MSM, use to distract the public, from our current Government's failures? The so called stimulus bill. I don't think they can count on well known celebrities to keep dropping dead. They used all the Bush Derangement Syndrome, juice up. Rush Limbaugh resigned as the titular head of the Republican Party. Governor Mark Sanford, who I didn't even consider as a 2012 Presidential hopeful, took himself out of the running. Who is left to target, and blame for our current unemployment rates or at least distract people from the myriad of challenges our Country is facing? This couldn't have happened at a worse time for the left leaning, Obama astroturfing media outlets. This in the middle of the summer doldrums, bad time to lose their favorite whipping girl. If their ratings were not already very low, surely this is going to push them into a cavern. No wonder so many of them are taking parting shots at Governor Sarah Palin, they won't have her to kick around much longer. I FAV Mary Matlin, thinks Sarah Palin is brilliant for resigning, video HERE. The President gets it, but who knows if his message will sink in to his uber left supporters, after all the message isn't sexy or sensational.
The easiest way to win at Tug of War "Let Go Of Your End" the opposition falls back onto their backsides into the mud. The same mud, they love to sling so much.
Photo: the formerly male-dominated event turned coed in 1959 with the addition of a female tug-of-war. In this 1962 photo, both male and female students jumped into the muddy action.
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