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One reason I’m a Sarah Palin fan is because she has an innate ability to cordially reduce her male critics testicles to the size of Raisinettes without compromising on class. Here’s yet another example.

Karl Rove is on record as saying that Palin doing a reality sort of television show in Alaska “doesn’t help people see her in the Oval Office.”

In other words, “That’s a chick-ish, unserious thing to do for somebody who may run for president.”

Palin lobbed that weak volley back into Rove’s court:

She told People magazine in an interview this week that the show was an opportunity to showcase Alaska and its hard-working people, adding that she hoped it would ‘correct some untruths out there’.

She also shrugged off recent comments by Republican political strategist Karl Rove who said that making a reality TV show diminished her credentials as a serious contender for high political office.

‘I’d like Karl Rove to come up to Alaska and see me being in a man’s world,’ Palin told People magazine.

In other words, “Come hang out with me for a couple of days, city boy.”

That could be fun. Maybe Sarah and Karl could take a boat ride toward some bears for a game of “let’s see who soils themselves first”:

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Update: “Shoot to where it’s going, not to where it’s been”

Comments

8 Responses to “Palin Challenges Karl Rove: ‘Come See Me in a Man’s World’”

  1. OK_Loyalist on November 14th, 2010 2:35 am

    Palin in fishnets is HOT too LOL
    http://tinyurl.com/325ybqt

  2. Palin puts Karl Rove in his place « The Daley Gator on November 14th, 2010 4:06 am

    [...] against Rove, but, his criticisms of Sarah Palin are asinine, and I am happy she fired back! Via Doug Powers! Karl Rove is on record as saying that Palin doing a reality sort of television show in Alaska [...]

  3. ReaganiteGOPer on November 14th, 2010 5:12 am

    Rove will show up in Dockers and a button down oxford lol

  4. NVA_Patriot on November 14th, 2010 11:10 am

    Shrewd move on Sarah's part. Notice she is talking to People Magazine. People is read by more voters than the top 10 politics/conservative magazines combined.

    So here's Sarah, defending herself in front of a large non-political audience (read American idol-type voters) attacking the 'devil' – lefty words not mine – Sarah makes herself an acceptable choice to large numbers of Americans. She’s the ultimate AMERICAN outsider – underdog, woman, attacking a corrupt establishment, settling scores, etc.

    Sarah doesn’t build her electoral coalition by looking at the Geographic map and playing for the marginal 20% of swing voters hoping to get them on her side state by state. She looks at the NATION as a set of audiences with electoral clout. Win the audiences 1×1, and then let the audiences bring the geography – which is how you win in the electoral college.
    So here's Sarah, defending herself in front of alarge non-political audience (read American idol-type voters) attacking the 'devil' – lefty words not mine.

  5. Doug on November 14th, 2010 11:24 am

    Heh. Good analysis, and one you'd think a "genius architect" like Rove would at least consider.

  6. Clu Seatoe on November 14th, 2010 3:18 pm

    We can only hope that there is an honest archivist or two somewhere in this country. I say that because I believe for many, many years to come Obamao’s four-year presidency will be looked upon in this nation as one of the greatest trip, stumble, and fall ever of a democracy. And in other nations as a gargantuan failure and the reason we don’t want a democracy here.

    Why?

    Because Americans are willing to vote for a president with their emotions instead of their intellect.

    With few exceptions we would all be willing to admit that Moms are some of the greatest people in our lives, but with what you know of your mom’s life and/or political experience, are you willing to vote for her for president?

    I’m a fan of Sarah Palin too, but not as president. Not yet. Not yet. Let’s get her to Washington. Get her into federal leadership to see if she’s a leader that other leaders will follow. Let’s see what she can do other than talk mom talk.

  7. Pasadena Phil on November 14th, 2010 4:44 pm

    If she does nothing else but destroy Karl Rove's phony reputation as a campaign genius, she will have done this country a great service. Rove took a GOP that had credibility and cashed out that "political capital" leaving a complete empty shell behind him. The only reason he is still around is that the Bush moneyed interests are determined to fight off the Tea Party. Now if Sarah could separate herself from the McCain wing of that cabal, I could start taking her seriously as a non-compromised conservative that I would vote for for president.

  8. sizemorew on November 15th, 2010 2:13 pm

    "One reason I’m a Sarah Palin fan is because she has an innate ability to cordially reduce her male critics testicles to the size of Raisinettes without compromising on class."

    Thank you for putting into words what I've felt for a long time about Mrs. Palin. I never could figure out a proper way to describe it.

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