Sarah Palin Book Understates Obvious
Anyone who reads Blotch regularly knows that most of its contributors have little faith in Sarah Palin as a presidential candidate. And by “little” I mean none, nada, zilch, hell to the no, snap snap.
So there’s nothing in Blind Allegiance, the tell-all book by Palin insider Frank Bailey, that should surprise anybody, including statements such as this: “I am convinced that her priorities and personality are not only ill-suited to head a political party or occupy national office, but would lead to a disaster of, well, biblical proportions.”
Please, send us a million locusts rather than one petty, self-absorbed former Alaskan-governor to lead this country off a cliff.