Which brings me to Andrew Sullivan. On his weblog, he gives credibility to a blog that makes the following commentary. Sullivan does so in a post in which he doesn't even point out the sexism but instead links to the blogger as if he should be taken seriously on the topic of Sarah Palin. I think that's pretty pathetic.
Sarah Palin. Really?
Normally, I'm all for book-burning middle-aged women who celebrate their 17-year-old daughters' decision to have children and marry the guys who, in some states, would be considered statutory rapists.
I think such women should be allowed to attend bake sales and live down the street from me, where I could whisper about them and their screwed-up morals. That's the America I know and love.
Call me insane, but I don't think this person should be allowed to run the country. And let's face it, if McCain wins, that's not a complete hypothetical.
Oh, and don't even get me started on how "the 'liberal' media is attacking Sarah Palin's personal life." And don't tell me her personal life should be off-limits in the first place. Because it seems only the embarrassing aspects of her life are off limits. And nothing was ever off limits for the Clintons.
Sarah Palin. You gossip about that. You don't elect it to vice-president.