Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Great Americans Washington, Jefferson, Franklin and Palin?

No matter how bad Sarah Palin does in front of a microphone somebody tries to tell us how great the speech was. The American Thinker may want to amend its name.

A few highlights from Pamela Geller’s commentary of the Palin farewell, oops sorry I mean commencement address, as Geller calls it.

Geller writes: “her speech embodies what a great American sounds like, and what a President ought to sound like.”

Palin speaks: “And it is our men and women in uniform securing it, and we are facing tough challenges in America with some seeming to just be Hell bent maybe on tearing down our nation, perpetuating some pessimism, and suggesting American apologetics, suggesting perhaps that our best days were yesterdays.”

Geller:” Sarah Palin embodies what an American is. She is what Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin envisioned when they carved out the American idea.”

I wish Geller would explain how Palin is this figure.

Geller: “The more evil succeeds and overwhelms our foreign and domestic policy, our culture, our discourse and the very social fabric of our lives, the clearer it becomes that Palin is the antidote”

Sarah Palin sounds like a super hero.

Geller: “Smart, sharp, patriotic, she best represents the majority of Americans.”

I guess not since she did not get elected in November.

Geller: America wants Palin.

Again, obviously not in November.

Geller: “Sarah Palin is a Great American. She is the leader Americans need. She is the leader the tea parties need. In closing, Palin said, "G-d bless America." Have you ever heard Obama utter those words?”

Yes. Here is just one example.

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