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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Living Rent-Free, 24-7

Ms Elizabeth Scalia's Blog Post (Ms Scalia is The Anchoress) commented on President Obama's speech this evening—"Obama Finds His Voice".  She ended with this:
Will the speech change anything? Charles Krauthammer, in post-speech remarks, said he thought it would put a stop to the insane, Palin-heavy rhetoric of the past few days. I hope that is true but I have my doubts. On twitter, I watched a number of journalists (Andrea Mitchell, Dave Weigel and others) immediately begin either talking about or snarking about Palin, and I couldn’t help thinking, “the president–your president whom you love–just gave the speech of his presidency and not five minutes later you’re on Palin again? Conservatives are here praising the president, and instead of joining in, you’re obsessing on Sarah Palin? Does that seem like normal, rational, healthy behavior or sick obsession?
The Instapundit then commented:
She’s living in their heads, rent-free, 24-7.
I admit it fascinated me.

Regards  —  Cliff

6 comments:

Craig H said...

As Nancy Reagan was fond to say, "Just Say No!".

C R Krieger said...

"Just when I think I'm out, they keep pulling me back in."

Regards  —  Cliff

Craig H said...

:-)

Craig H said...

Here's feature coverage from China worth enjoying:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYQLD0Kpmsk

C R Krieger said...

That was funny.

These days, when I think of Gov Palin I think of Gov Harold Stassen, which is a bit of a history quiz.

Regards  —  Cliff

Craig H said...

Had to Google Stassen. Nowadays, we have to rely on cardboard cut-out cartoon characters like Ralph Nader for our political Don Quixote's.