Monday, September 22, 2008

Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome

I like this Letter to the Editor originally published in The Mercury. It's clear that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has connected to the American public like no other politician since Ronald Reagan.

The writer believes the far left has come down with a bad case of Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome.
Palin is a threat to the far left
It seems that some angry liberals and most of the mainstream media now have an acute case of Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome.

She is such a threat to the angry left agenda they have to make the statements like she is not qualified to be vice president, yet ironically she has more executive experience than Barack Obama.

They have attacked her in every which way imaginable not even sparing her young.

The Obama campaign is stunned and does not know how to deal with this self-proclaimed hockey mom, which raises the question: How would an Obama administration deal with real threats to this country?

They cannot understand why she is so appealing to so many Americans regardless of their political affiliation. She has energized many now to start looking at the real issues of this election instead of the prepared soaring speeches.

She's appealing because she is a self-made successful leader starting from the PTA in her hometown to where she is now, governor of one of our most important states.

She is a true American woman and all the juvenile attacks on her will never discredit her. We connect with her because we see women like her every day running businesses, volunteering or working in our schools, churches and in every aspect of our community, while also taking care of their families.

She will make a great American vice president but we have to give her a chance to serve. If Pennsylvania supports her in the upcoming election, she'll have that chance.



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