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November 9, 2010

Sarah Palin has given her prepared remarks for a trade-association convention in Phoenix to the National Review. In the text the former governor of Alaska warns of the danger of inflation and tells Fed chairman Bernanke to “cease and desist” with his strategy of quantitative easing.

The French Cowboy enjoyed reading the remarks because they explain the risky bet Bernanke has taken in hoping to win short-term positive effects without intolerable inflation levels and triggering world-wide economic instability. The Wall Street Journal also gives Palin a nod and points out that with her opinion she finds herself in the society of men like president of the World Bank Robert Zoellick, former Fed chairman and now Obama advisor Paul Volcker, and Robert Mundell who won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1999 for his work on currency exchange rates.

Alas, when Sarah Palin is right on target — and sooner than any other conservative figure speaks out on the subject — and when she explains a complex issue correctly and with an ease that makes it look like she was talking about how to prepare a moose burger, then her enemies fall into bitter fits of spite. Have a look at some of the readers comments even on the conservative National Review‘s The Corner and see how it doesn’t matter what Madame Palin says or does, for some people she is categorised as a stupid housewife for all eternity. They refuse to respect her and choose to verbally spit on her. All the while her biggest sin is being an attractive and charming woman with more than two children.

Where are the feminists when you need them? Ah, I forgot, they’re busy protecting their right to kill their babies.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Phil Latio permalink
    November 9, 2010 16:48

    Palin today launched a new ratings service and guide called Sarah’s Scores. SHOCKING details at:

    Peace! 🙂

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