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The American Thinker: Sarah Palin And The Haters Of American Normal

Monday, December 13, 2010 0 Responses
We are just south of Christmas, and the nation's insiders -- self-proclaimed blue-bloods by birth and/or worldview -- have declared open season on Sarah Palin.  Crazed left and sclerotic right have united in common purpose -- "hellbent," as Politico put it -- to rid this nation of the possibility of a presidency that would most assuredly end in "apocalyptic disaster" after which "the survivors will envy the dead" (or so says that fading leftist icon, The New Republic).  Stop her now -- or we may end up with a normal American at the helm.
Sarah Palin is just too dumb to understand how lousy it is to be in this materialist and fascist society, this hateful America, the Atlantic tells us.  Scorn laces the left as New York Times opinion writers let us know that behind the deceptive Palin smile "lies anger" and an unwillingness to accept the decline that those who know better have visited upon us out of wisdom and necessity.[…]
Why do they hate her? Lewis hits the nail on the head. Sarah Palin is quintessentially American.[…]
And so anger and angst bubble over, spilling out as the grandees realize Sarah Palin is just so darned...normal! Lewis describes her as a "beautiful, strong, intelligent, articulate, healthy-looking, truth-telling...gun-totin', sports-lovin', all-American woman." And that "sunny disposition" sets them off, for Sarah Palin is a fiery red poker plunged into the pasty white of the collective metrosexual gut. Elizabeth Wurtzel, the best-selling author who blogs for the Atlantic, howls with pain at the realization that Palin is actually "the most visible working mother and female politician in America, that she is the best exemplar of a woman with an equal marriage, that she has put up with less crap from fewer men than those of us who" are the official feminists within the media and political elites.[…]
What gives her the right to be happy, asks Wurtzel? Palin, who is "not very thoughtful, not very bright," is so darned ordinary that she doesn't understand the horrors of American life.  But Wurtzel does, having first attracted attention with her New York Times bestseller chronicling the depravities visited upon her by the fruits of American exceptionalism.  You see, Wurtzel survived the horror of being raised on Manhattan's Upper West Side, the shame of enduring the nation's best private schools, the depravity of having parents who paid for summer camps and Harvard -- small wonder she plunged into "catatonic despair, masochism, and hysterical crying."  Doesn't Palin know, Wurtzel cries, that...America sucks?  Karl Rove knows, Keith Olbermann and Kathleen Parker and Elliot Spitzer and Barack Obama know -- that's why they're smart.[…]
Enter Sarah Palin and American normal.  Their reaction, James Lewis notes, is "Oh, Gawwwdd! Is this 'Father Knows Best' or what?"  And the only answer is...yes, and "Leave It to Beaver" and "Happy Days," too.[…]
Sarah Palin for president?  The screams of the elites are in a crescendo, and it's not even 2011.....


The American Thinker: Sarah Palin’s Basic Instinct

Monday, December 13, 2010 0 Responses
“You [Sarah Palin] enjoy killing animals.  What you did is heart-stoppingly disgusting ... if I were picked to be the one to kill [an animal] in some kind of Lottery-from-Hell, I wouldn't do a little dance of joy while I was slicing the animal apart."  (This is Aaron Sorkin in the Huffington Post reacting to the Caribou hunt on Sarah Palin's Alaska.) 
Sarah Palin ain't the only one who dances on a hunt.  Something flickers, and my head jerks left.  I tense up on my deerstand.  My eyes focus.  These are predator eyes, quick to spot movement.  And they face forward, like the lion, leopard, falcon, and wolf -- the better to stalk and ambush prey.  The eyes on deer, rabbit, and caribou face from the side of their heads -- to detect and evade approaching predators (like Sarah Palin).
My pulse rate jumps, my senses quicken, and I'm jolted back into my primal role.  The branch jerks again...again.  Gotta be something big, I think.  My pulse is really hammering now.  Is that a flicking ear?...A black nose?...The sun glints off something...yes!-- An antler!  […]
But how to explain this thrill to non-hunters?  (Forget reasoning with an anti-hunter.)  I'll take the easy route and toss the ball back in their court.  "How can you not hunt?" I ask.  Hunting's not a hobby.  It's not a pastime -- it's an instinct.  "Man's being consisted first of being a hunter," José Ortega y Gasset tells us.
"Man evolved as a hunter," says Chicago University anthropologist W.S. Laughlin.  "He spent over 99 per cent of his species' history as a hunter, and he spread over the entire habitable globe as a hunter." […]
"The distinctive human brain evolved in consequence of predatory co-operative hunting" (W.S. Laughlin). It's not nice to fool Mother Nature, Mr. Aaron Sorkin. […]
"That day in sunny Texas when the divorce rumors were rampant in the tabloids," writes Sarah Palin in Going Rogue, "I watched Todd, tanned and shirtless, take the baby from my arms and walk him back to the ranch house.  Seeing Todd's blue eyes smiling, I chuckled. 'Dang,' I thought.  'Divorce Todd?  Have you seen Todd?"
Apparently that gleam is not confined to the male hunters' eyes.
Humberto Fontova is the author of four books, including Fidel: Hollywood's Favorite Tyrant and Exposing the Real Che Guevara.  Visit


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