The conservative intelligentsia who react against [Governor Palin] have remarkably little to say that will stand up to scrutiny.He's right.
People who actually dealt with her ... have expressed how much they were impressed by her intelligence.Yup.
Governor Palin's candidacy for the vice presidency was what galvanized ... Republicans.Surprising McCain, but that's not too hard.
something about her that turned even some conservative intellectuals against herWhat was that something? She wasn't puffed up with self importance as they were.
Republicans need [Governor Palin] who is neither one of the country club Republicans nor-- worse yet-- the sort of person who appeals to the intelligentsia.According to polls, if you ignore how the media has smeared her, Governor Palin is representative of the majority of Americans. It's time we put the talking heads and their ilk in their places.
I don't agree with Palin 100% which puts her 1000% ahead of any other candidate. She made the right decision not to run last time (they wanted to run against Romney and so they ran against Romney... guess who the democrats will nominate for us next time? I'm guessing Christie.) I hope she can decide to run in the future. It's been a while since somebody won 49 states.
I did that fisking thing right, right?