Should Palin supporters join forces with anti Palin trolls in order to help Sarah win the Republican nomination?
Based on the headline, some of you are probably thinking I must have fallen a whacked my head on something. I assure you all, I am just fine and haven't taken leave of my senses. I can across a very intriguing story from the Alaska Dispatch. It appears that a liberal blogger wants to help create a liberal version of Rush Limbaugh's infamous 2008 Operation Chaos. This version would have liberals go and vote in the 2012 GOP primaries for Sarah Palin. I think the idea is brilliant actually. If this plan doesn't represent the ultimate form of bipartisanship, then I don't know what does. Liberals claim they want Sarah as the GOP nominee, so this would be their perfect opportunity to "put up or shut up" in their claim. Of course, liberals will live to regret their action come election night. The anti Palin kooks for some odd reason believe that their superficial tabloid attacks will be more then enough to trump the real mess that our country is going through under the leadership of Barry O. I say use the useful idiots for all they are worth. The fact of the matter is that they couldn't stop George Bush from becoming a two term president, what makes them think they can stop Palin? If my memory serves me right, I believe that Al Gore was their "brilliant" guy. They thought he was by far intellectually superior to that clueless cowboy from Texas. Well, we all know how that turned out. In other words, their track record is officially 0-2. I truly believe that liberals had a huge role in helping John McCain win the nomination in 2008. I have yet to find a conservative or even a Republican who admitted to voting for McCain in the primaries. Even though Limbaugh coined the tactic of primary cross over sabotage voting as Operation Chaos, the tactic really isn't nothing new in politics. It would be interesting to hear what pro Palin supporters think about possibly joining forces and creating one of the most unholiest political alliances in recent memory. I frankly believe if the ends justify the means in this case, it's warranted. For right now, only a single clueless liberal blogger is pushing this idea, but will it catch on?