Saturday, June 25, 2011

Robert Eugene Simmons Jr. explains why Sarah Palin can win

If Sarah Palin runs, the media has already shot all of its ammo.
Robert Eugene Simmons Jr. argues that Sarah Palin can win. The American Thinker contributor even goes so far as to opine that if Gov. Palin does not jump into the race for the White House, "it will be a disaster for the Republican Party and quite possibly the country":
Aside from the fact that there isn't another libertarian-conservative in the race, at least not another one who isn't an international isolationist, if Palin doesn't run, it will represent an enormous victory for the Republican beltway establishment and the big players in the left-wing-dominated media. Furthermore, the leftist media will learn a fool-proof means to destroy any political opponent in a manner that will likely result in another four years of Obama.

In watching the coverage of the announced candidates, the alarm bells should be clanging violently. The fact that the leftist media hasn't really gone after the other Republican politicians in the race should be a violent warning to all conservatives and libertarians out there. It's totally out of character for the leftist media to not bring up Newt Gingrich's infidelity every ten minutes, or to have squads of reporters interviewing every foster child of Michele Bachmann that can be found to try to dig up some dirt. The rigorous inspection that has been visited upon Sarah Palin hasn't even started on the remainder of the Republican field. However, that doesn't mean the media has tacked suddenly to the center; far from it.

Throughout the last two years the media has embarked on a vitriolic, obsessed campaign to destroy Sarah Palin, not just as a politician but also as a person. They manipulated the legal system to try to bankrupt her while in office; they hacked her personal email and forced the release of her official email. When all of that produced nothing consequential, they simply made up the stories they wished and put them out to be in every headline for two weeks until they have the majority believing their deceits. As an example, ask any ten people you know who said, "I can see Russia from my house," and probably most of them will incorrectly name Sarah Palin rather than the comedian Tina Fey who actually said it. To the media, facts are unimportant so long as the story forwards the agenda.

If Sarah Palin doesn't run for president, the operatives in the media and Beltway establishment will have learned a fool-proof method of destroying any political opponent. If they are allowed to successfully paint a politician as stupid without any facts, merely because they disagree with the "aristocracy," America will be left with a choice of RINOs or progressive socialists. If that happens then the transformation of America from a libertarian culture to one of socialism and government dependence may very well be irreparable...

Other promising conservative candidates, Simmons concludes, have not yet had to endure the extremes of "vetting" that the Democrat/Media Complex subjected Sarah Palin to, and, as was the case with Gov. Palin, the statist media will pull out all of the stops to destroy any other conservative who would win the nomination. Would they be able to weather such a firestorm as well as has the lady from Alaska, who is still standing? Speaking for ourselves, we doubt it.

- JP

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