Sarah Palin -- who only recently believed that living a stone's throw from Russia gave her foreign policy experience -- has threatened to run for president in 2012. She did not call it a threat, but it sure feels like one.
Before conservative feminists for Palin accuse me of being part of a leftist patriarchal mob waiting to shred Palin to pieces, please observe these articles:
DISSENTING JUSTICE: Is Liberal Sexism Against Palin OK? No!
Washington Post Proclaims That "Sarah Palin Picks Ferraro as Favorite Vice President." Shocking -- Yes. Truthful -- No.
Palin's Neiman Marcus Run a Drop in the Bucket: 2008 Is Most Expensive Election Ever
CNN and CBS Release Highly Misleading Polls Regarding VP Debate
Palin: A Roveian Strategy?Madness from the Left and Right: Obama's Birth and Palin's Divorce
The Democrats' Palin Strategy: A Bridge to Nowhere!
Like a Moose Caught in the Headlights? How Will Sarah Palin Do Tonight?
November Surprise Regarding Troopergate: Palin Did Not Break Any Laws, Alaska Board Finds
The fact that some people have treated Palin unfairly does not mean that she should be immune from criticism or that she is qualified for the presidency. In the same way that criticizing President Obama is not inherently racist, criticizing Palin is not inherently sexist.