“Sarah Palin: It’s unflippingbelievable that MSNBC thinks your kids don’t belong to you”
How can anyone not agree with Melissa Harris-Perry’s reasonable, common-sense discussion of childhood collectivism? I mean, it takes a freaking village people, and unless you’ve lived the life of a shut in, never traversing government roads or crossing government bridges, you didn’t make that baby alone.
Making Ms Palin’s phony outrage so déclassé.
Man, we sure did dodge a bullet with this crazy wolf-killer, didn’t we?
I guess we have some of the big, successful right wing blogs to thank for having the courage — and it couldn’t have been easy for them, either, marshaling such dogged determination to stand up to the Hobbity nutcases and constitutonal true believers who have so cheapened the erstwhile gentlemen’s sport of national party politics — to help the left demonize and diminish Governor Palin and her populist cult, clearing the way for real politicians with polish and gravitas, like, eg., Mitt Romney.
If you’re going to lose big, at least do it with someone who doesn’t embarrass you. Which, now that I think about it, may as well be the GOP motto.