Because I don’t want to give anyone the wrong idea or loose my reputation as a cynic (which I call a realist), I need to clarify my love of Sarah Palin. I’m excited she’s in the race. I think she’s a great politician. Of all the candidates,her ideas on government seem to be closest to mine. I think John McCain is a true hero, a decent if fallable man and an obstinate son of a gun who really ticks me off with his anti-free speech “Campaign Finance Reform” stuff. Really. Ticks. Me. Off.
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But they are all politicians. And politicians are political. If you fall in love with them they will break your heart. Palin will disappoint anyone who elevates her to Savior of All That’s Good and Holy, just as Obama will (and has) disappoint anyone relying on him to do the same. I don’t think anyone has foisted that sort of adulation on McCain, which is probably the best thing going for him.
So don’t fall in love with politicians. It never ends well.
No, I didn’t forget Joe Biden. I have no use for the man. Of all the people who need to just shut up, he’s seven of them.