Yet another anti-freedom politician jumps in the race today for POTUS. As cool as he is with his rock 'n roll persona, this typical liberal's erroneous grasp of our Bill of Rights merely continues the strange and disastrous agenda of Barack Obama. Good to know he doesn't have much chance of winning. The democrats have greased the skids for their chosen one, despite the media games that play the public with various "competing" campaigns used for gamey distractions.
With today's more-of-the-same distract-sphere – with the politician sounding exactly like all the others – don't you wonder if there are ANY good old fashioned Blue Dog democrats who can represent the left’s party in the 2016 race? I feel kind of bad for democrats who are as embarrassed about their party leaving them as some of us Republicans are about our own party when we hear the GOP talk a good game but dishonorably capitulate when given the majority power to stop Obama's nonsense.
The old saying really is true: those who can, do; those who can't, criticize.
For Palin to naysay from the sidelines is cowardly. She can jump in the race herself anytime she likes. The issue? She doesn't "like." It's much more comfortable, safe, and more profitable to sit on the sidelines and tell everyone how they're doing it all wrong.
O'Malley handled the statement with class. He invited her to have the courage of her convictions.
Which, of course, she doesn't have. She knows she'd lose.