Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Simplistic Message?

I am getting sick and tired about the "intelligentsia" in Washington telling us that Sarah Palin has not found her voice and that she's not REALLY ready to run for the Presidency.

I call bullshit. Sarah's message is simple. Government needs to get out of the way.

I'll take someone with the conviction that government has grown too large, is involved in too much and is running our future into the ground. Who cares about "policy" issues and the "nuances" of governing, outside of Washington. Core convictions will light the way. With those convictions, policy will follow. It's not the other way around.

Sarah Palin's message is simple, but OH so difficult for the bureaucracy of Washington to understand: You're too big, you're too oppressive on the domestic front, you're wasteful and you're SO against what the U.S. Constitution calls for.

Forget about what all the pundits say about Sarah's lack of policy positions. She has the best policy position of anyone I've heard since Ronald Reagan.

The best that President Obama can say about America is this (emphasis mine): "Whether we like it or not, we remain a dominant military superpower"

Whether we like it or not? Who the hell is he talking about?

Not me!

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