Ann Coulter has a narrative for every political character you can think of in her new book: Guilty. Palin gets good marks from Coulter, just about the only one who does.
“I loved Sarah Palin. The media went after her so viciously and it was all about class,” she says. “She is a real middle-class woman, just the sort of woman that Democrats are always pretending they represent, and they attacked her relentlessly. I am not saying she was ready to be president this year, but with McCain running, she wasn’t going to get anywhere near being president. If she goes back to Alaska and is a good governor and studies and learns, she may be a presidential candidate a couple elections from now. Maybe she could be another Reagan. Remember, Reagan didn’t run for president at forty-four. She has things she needs to learn. But she has heart and soul and you can’t learn that from a book.”end quote~
Believe it or not she is giving Obama some slack saying 'maybe he isn't as crazy as I thought' and in this she is referring to his cabinet choices which are anything but"liberal" She also noted that this fact on Obama was not good for her career,but that it was better for the nation. Yet, Coulter notes that Obama is only where he is today because the media went tearing through the divorce records of his only two opponents.
Myrna Blyth, who writes for wowOwow now and again has an interesting and funny review of this book. She has this to say about Ann Coulter: "Now, let’s get one thing straight. I’m a member of the media who is about as unbiased in my political leanings as, say, The New York Times. In general, I think Ann is often more right than wrong, no pun intended. Oh, sure, she goes over the top once in a while, but when she does she is no more unfair or unbalanced then, say, Frank Rich or Keith Olbermann. And she is a lot funnier. In fact, she is often laugh-out-loud funny. And as for being a judge of the true character of some of our political leaders, do remember it was Ann who appraised John Edwards correctly long before his supporters and, unfortunately, Elizabeth Edwards ever did."
You can read the full article at "Women On The Web" by Myrna Blyth. Click below....TRedwine
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