Thursday, January 13, 2011

Pamela Geller: A conspiracy...

Name one, one Republican president the media has given a fair shake
Count Pamela Geller as another member of the tribe who has no problem with Gov. Palin's use of the term "blood libel":
Wednesday Sarah Palin responded to the vicious blood libel leveled against her and millions of right-thinking Americans by the army of destroyers. The ferocious, relentless attacks on Sarah Palin are a testament to her greatness, proof of how deathly afraid of her they are, like Dracula to the silver cross.

It’s envy. Ayn Rand said it: “Envy is regarded by most people as a petty, superficial emotion and, therefore, it serves as a semihuman cover for so inhuman an emotion that those who feel it seldom dare admit it even to themselves….That emotion is: hatred of the good for being the good.”

Here’s the thing. The mission, by objective, of the haters, the party of destruction, is to ruin the best, the brightest, the good. The left has, day after day, month after month, year after year, decade after decade, trafficked only in ruin and destruction, focusing on the most effective leaders on the right.

Name one, one, Republican president the voluntary-state-run media has liked. Forget liked, has given a fair shake? Name one Republican they supported. The only Republican the media can cotton to is a RINO (Republican In Name Only) or one who is sure to lose (i.e. old, middle of the road RINO McCain).

I refuse to accept that Palin is unelectable. Says who? Those who wish to destroy her.


I am going to back Sarah Palin for 2012 and John Bolton. I will not back soft, fickle Republicans like Gingrich or Pawlenty or anybody else who does not have the courage of his or her convictions.

Being neither of Jewish ethnicity nor Jewish faith, this Anglican-turned-Catholic cannot speak with any special knowledge on the subject of blood libels. But purely from observation, the only Jews who seem to be outraged over Gov. Palin's use of the term seem to be liberals, while conservative Jews appear to be approving of, it or at least not offended. There may be some exceptions to the rule (Prof. Dershowitz being the most notable), but the implication is that whether one be Jew or Gentile, that person's opinion on the matter must have more to do with politics than anything else.

- JP

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