Should I go here? Yes, I think I must. Andrew Sullivan sings his “Johnny One Note” song again:
“The reason I banged on and on about Palin’s bizarre story about her fifth campaign prop during the campaign was not because I wanted to invade someone’s privacy, or engage in loony conspiracy theories. The reason is simply that this story raised legitimate questions of fact, and that the press decided that it would never ask the relevant questions, and indeed ostracize and ridicule those who did.”
“Palin managed to sail through the campaign without any real scrutiny on a crucial matter of credibility, when proving her case would have been as easy as a simple fax of a readily available extract from what must have been voluminous medical records. But not even the McCain campaign asked for such evidence. And the press utterly bailed. Now, she is able to use one powerful propaganda outlet, press-restricted buck-raking speeches, and a book of magical realism to continue this creepy, unaccountable celebrified campaign.”
“The problem here is not really Palin. Every delusional, ignorant nutcase should have a chance to get away with running for national office. The problem here is the system—a system that allowed someone no one knew anything about to get very close to being a 72-year-old’s heartbeat away from the presidency, a system that deems some questions unaskable, a press that is more concerned with maximizing ratings and avoiding offense than in getting answers. This system is dangerous. If you construct a sealed media cocoon, and false narrative, and a massive money-machine, you can get further than most people imagine. And remember, presidents have been elected with 43 percent of the vote before.”
The system to which our poofter refers is the very same system that got Fearless Reader into the Oval Office.
There’s a Facebook Group whose mission it is to ship this wretched little man back to Britain, where he can have all the socialized medicine he wants. Perhaps surgeons there can give him the uterus he so desperately craves.
Sully meet Charlie.
“You know, a long time ago being crazy meant something.” –Charles Manson
Read more at No Sheeples Here.