Palinoia, the Destroyer

What's behind the left's deranged hatred.

Professional jealousy and intellectual snobbery, however, only scratch the surface of the left's bizarre attitude toward Palin. They explain the intensity of the disdain, but not the outright hatred--not why some people whose grasp of reality is sufficient to function in society made the insane inference that she was to blame for a madman's attempt to murder Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Full Story »

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Patrick McGuire
1.9
by Patrick McGuire - Jan. 20, 2011

This story starts out with a bias and never presents one argument why it just might be flawed. The quote from Jessica Faller is more on the mark. Women can be unmerciful to each other and are blinded by their biases. As an example take any office where women predominate and there is a deep distrust among many of them. For Taranto to become a cheerleader for Palin in unacceptable. As a public figure there is always the danger of both good and bad publicity. So, Taranto should get over it.

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