blogpost by: JUST A GIRL FROM HOMER
“Why do you still talk about Sarah Palin? Maybe if you shut up she’d go away.”
Sarah Palin isn’t going anywhere. Look at her political history. When Sarah ran for mayor of Wasilla, she had to destroy her Republican opponent, John Stein.Once elected, she boasted she was “the first Christian mayor”. Mr. Stein replied, “Really?”
Palin and Wasilla Republican and Alaska Senate President, Lyda Green, often clashed over politics in Green’s district. On a local shock jock talk show, Palin giggled after the host called Lyda Green “a cancer”. Green had just recovered from cancer. Plunk, there went the district.
When Palin filed to run for governor against first term incumbent Frank Murkowski, people took notice. Frank wasn’t loved. His first act as governor was to nepotistically appoint his daughter to fill his vacated US Senate seat. Within the Alaska GOP, a war ensued, including fisticuffs at the Republican Party picnic between rabid Palin supporters and the GOP faithful. Oh, lookie, there went the state…copy
Many people regard Sarah Palin as a punch line. That’s too easy. In fact, she’s more of a threat. If the Republican Party had half a mind, they would look at Palin’s history of party divisiveness, polarization and destruction and take heed. In fact, they’d be smart to take her at her word. She’s a self-proclaimed rogue.
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