Bzzzzzzzzt! Wrong again. Many other politicians have "quit" their office to run for higher office. To serve at a higher level. Your lil' cutie pie quit for financial gain. She bailed on her gig to better serve her own dang self.
There's quitting to serve a greater good, and there's quitting to reap a greater paycheck. <--- Get it now? I don't have to make anything of it. It is what it is: a self-serving con, and giving the finger to the people of Alaska who elected her. There's your context.
You wanna give her a pass on it, that's your bidness. I think she needs to answer to it if she's so hell bent on being the Goddess of the Tea Party.
She quit to serve her party better by being a Talking Head - at which she could not have done if she was still a governor.
Tea-Party , GOP far right - she is now helping on the GOP campaign trail to help the GOP take control over the congress and senate in this mid-term elections. She just had a big rally over the weekend with the GOP chairman to oust yet another Dem.
Small minds think a big paycheck
Larger minds see the BIG PICTURE - Sarah is doing more damage to Obama and the Dems - then if she could ever if she remained as a governor in remote Alaska. They knew it before and put her on this Tea-Party trail, long ago.
When it fully dawns on the Tea Party (because it's already started to) that Sarah will eat her own if there's a buck to be made or a camera to monopolize, the damage she does will be to the GOP — and to herself.
Don't talk to me about the size of one's mind until you start using one.
You're confusing charisma with substance, my very foolish friend. Yes, Sister Sarah has more charisma than the entire GOP leadership combined. Y'know who else had or has that much charisma? Adolph Hitler. Ted Bundy. Osama Bin-freakin'-Laden!
Yeah, she's quite the cheerleader. Cheering for Team Sarah.
But I'm gonna take some inspiration from her at this point — the point at which trying to get past The World According to Carp is akin to beating one's own brains out with a wooden spoon: I quit!
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