Sarah Palin once again rises to the occasion by lambasting Rahm Emanuel for his comments degraded people with special needs.  In a strategy meeting with Democrats, a conflict arose between progressives and the “conservative Democrats”.  Earlier this year Maxine Waters accused Emanuel of catering to Blue Dog Democrats, and some have even insinuated that he was tilting the White House toward white Democrats.

Wait a minute,  isn’t that the reason they said we needed to vote for a  black pre……… Never mind.

Remember, Barack does Jack for Black.  Just ask Maxine.

One of Emanuel’s primary roles was to help Blue Dog Democrats get elected, and to bring in the more conservative Democrat vote for Obama. But Parker Griffin’s defection to the Republican Party greatly diminished Emanuel’s political gravitas, as Griffin revealed the pDemocratiic leadership’s hostility toward true conservative Democrats.

In this recent meeting Big Rahm did not like what he heard, and called the statements “F……. retarded”

Normally, we do not advocate being hyper-sensitive to people’s language, especially in emotionally charged situations. Every once in a while we all say things that might not be so pleasant.  

But Emanuel is the chief of staff, and he must know that his words are consequential.  Part of being a professional is the focus on not saying things that will cause your firm damage.  As people in the media industry we are ever mindful of not swearing or using these kind of  slurs on the air.

At least that’s how us in the private sector tend to work.  That is more to the point.  The members of Team Obama carry themselves like they do not have the same responsibilities as everyone else.   Barak Obama’s words have  shown an unprofessional disregard for the integrity of his office.  Whether he is we we’d up, telling people to get a mop, or threatening to have his home boy “tear up” Sean Hannity, this man gives the American people no reason to take him seriously.

Except when it comes to his desire to punish “the wealthy”.  He is absolutely serious  about that, and subordinating the private sector to the public sector. 

Sarah Palin shows that she has her hand on the pulse of what  this nation is all about.  In her Facebook piece Are You Capable of Decency, Rahm Emanuel?she offers a heart felt essay on why this issue is important.  After stating her opposition to the $3.4 trillion budget purposed by Obama, Palin excoriated Emanuel for his consistently  unacceptable behavior.  She didn’t simply bust him on saying something offensive.  She put the problem in terms of American values.  Palin explains:

Just as we’d be appalled if any public figure of Rahm’s stature ever used the “N-word” or other such inappropriate language, Rahm’s slur on all God’s children with cognitive and developmental disabilities – and the people who love them – is unacceptable, and it’s heartbreaking.

Palin shows that Emanuel’s presence in the White House is a liability to the White House, as well as the nation.  The issue is not that Palin was offended, she has been attacked ruthlessly ever since she ran for vice president.  Palin touches on something beyond herself.  These people in office have a responsibility to  care about the American people. 

These people in the White House are not in a fraternity, and they are not running a night club or some post modern university book club. They charged with leading the most powerful nation, the most moral nation, the most benevolent nation in the world. 

And it seems like Sarah Palin gets that, while Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama do not.  And for someone who is supposed to be so much less intelligent than Obama and his supporters, she sure does understand the interactive media and political process a lot better than they do. 

Palin 7 Obama 0.

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  1. Jennifer
    February 3, 2010 at 12:32 am

    Nicely done Jay!

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