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Sarah Palin Metaphor Watch: Is Palin the Great Oz, Hiding Behind Her Teleprompter Curtain? And is the Press Toto, Trying to Tug Back the Curtain to Reveal the Fraud?

Miracle, mystery, and authority—unmasked:

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Sarah Palin Metaphor Watch: Atlantic Writer Andrew Sullivan Likens the Difficulty of Press Access to Palin as Akin to Trying to Obtain an Audience with the Pope!

Andrew Sullivan today: Why do I feel the McCain campaign is treating the press’s legitimate need to interview Palin like an audience with the Pope? My impression is that the Pope grants easier access. And you don’t need a curtain … Continue reading

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“Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds”: Is Sarah Palin THE ONE That Conservatives Have Been Waiting For All of Their Lives?

Over at Powerline, conservative Paul Mirengoff writes, We conservatives have had a good time ridiculing the Obama phenomenon, especially its messianic feel — the willingness of its adherents to pour so much hope and belief into such an empty, or … Continue reading

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American Fast Food: The Back of a Televangelist’s Book Deconstructed

Daddy eye!     I think that the back of this old book advertises itself in a crassly mendacious fashion. Here’s some things that I notice: The photo and the author’s name take up the top half of the back cover’s display—suggesting that … Continue reading

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