If you follow that Breitbart link it takes you to an article trashing the moderators of the CNBC debate, and claiming that if Republicans want to win they have to target the media as their opponent rather than Hillary Clinton.
Which in my mind is a admission that they can't beat her.
And of course Palin is all over this because for all intents and purposes they are playing her song.
After all she has been blaming the media for her defeat in 2008 (Yes HER defeat.) since the day after Obama won.
In Palinworld everything would be just fine if people did not ask those super hard questions, such as "What do you read," "What does the Vice President do," and "What color is George Washington's white horse?"
So now it seems that Breitbart and others think that EVERY Republican candidate should be shielded from answering questions from the media that might stump them or reveal their ignorance, which means that essentially the entire GOP has now devolved into a much chunkier version of Sarah "I can see Russia from Alaska" Palin.
Does this mean in some sick twisted way that the Palin curse has essentially won out?
Oh well screw your ghosts, vampires, and zombies this Halloween, because THAT is the most terrifying thing I have ever heard!
Update: Check this out, Charles P. Pierce of Esquire magazine agrees with me:
The Palinization of conservative rhetoric is now complete.