Interesting. It seems to me that somebody is putting a hell of a lot of effort into creating a brand new reality where Sarah Palin is not a fumbling grammar challenged buffoon, but rather a competent policy wonk that is capable of challenging President Obama on his health care reform ideas.
Damn it! I knew I shouldn't have followed that white rabbit over to this page.
How do I know that Sarah did not write this you ask? Well for one thing it actually makes sense. It is smart, well crafted, and grammatically correct. In other words Sarah Palin had little or nothing to do with it.
Need more proof? Well then read this portion:
Common sense tells us that the government's attempts to solve large problems more often create new ones. Common sense also tells us that a top-down, one-size-fits-all plan will not improve the workings of a nationwide health-care system that accounts for one-sixth of our economy. And common sense tells us to be skeptical when President Obama promises that the Democrats' proposals "will provide more stability and security to every American."
Did you catch that? The writer mentions "common sense". "Common sense" can you believe it?
You mean like the "common sense" one shows by flying 4000 miles while leaking amniotic fluid all over the damn plane before having a special needs baby in an ill equipped hospital near Palmer? Or, worse yet, lying about doing such a thing?
Or the "common sense" it shows to have your lawyer send a threatening letter to bloggers every time one of them suggests something negative about you? And then NEVER following through?
Or the "common sense" it demonstrates to pluck a young man from the middle of "dumb fuck" Alaska, dress him up like a Ken doll, parade him around and call him a member of your family, before throwing him out on his ass, and then not expecting him to talk about what he saw?
Or perhaps we are talking about the "common sense" on display when Palin suddenly declared that after two and a half years she was all done being the Governor of "nobody gives a shit" Alaska, but would still like to be considered for the job of Chief Executive of the most powerful nation on the planet?
Is that the kind of "common sense" this ghostwriter is referring to? Because if they are, then not only did Palin have NOTHING to do with this article, I seriously doubt the writer has ever even MET her.
No Sarah Palin most assuredly DID NOT write this. And you can take THAT to the bank.
And by the way the Wall Street Journal should be charged with journalistic malpractice for letting this article to be attributed to a woman who could not successfully write a grocery list without having it proofread first.