Like a cancer that keep emerging from remission, Sarah Palin is back in public view, dispensing her rhetorical nonsense.
Prime example: She says the nation should take Donald Trump seriously.
No, we’re not joking.
“Here’s a point with Donald Trump, though, which I hope that he will seize this opportunity: Right now, he’s got the spotlight, he’s got the megaphone. Now is his opportunity to force a shift in debate about a discussion in this country,” Palin says.
For example, Palin says Trump is right when it comes to wanting President Barack Obama to release his college writings.
“What the heck is wrong with asking the President of the United States to disclose what his college thesis was, what some of the Harvard Law Review papers were that he wrote,” she adds.
What Palin is really trying to do is find a way to worm her way back into the limelight that Trump and other Presidential wannabes have stolen.
Palin’s star is fading and she is scrambling for a way to once again become the center of attention in the attention-deficit-deprived Republican Party.
Some say her 15 minutes of fame is up and the Wasilla wombat should go home to Alaska for a return to well-deserved obscurity.
Palin’s problem is that she has worn out her welcome with an electorate with a short attention span. Those who have taken the time to look closely at her record of non-accomplishment realize that she is a failure at most things. She resigned as governor without completing her term. Her performance as John McCain‘s running mate in 2008 was laughable at best and a case study of how to do everything wrong in a campaign and her often-rumored run for President in 2012 is sputtering. Even her closest advisors say they have no idea what Palin will do.
Neither does the public and most don’t even care.