Allahpundit already explored Governor Palin’s possible use of voodoo to rouse unsuspecting mass killers.
Our friend and fellow Palin fan, Dan Calabrese, at North Star National, now tackles the blamestream media’s latest excrement: that Palin’s use of the expression “blood libel” somehow constitutes a “dog whistle” to her rabid base.
(Did you hear the whistle? I can’t believe I of all rabid fans missed it. I’ll have to get my hearing checked. I would hate to think I wasn’t one of the elect to receive the hidden code message.)
It’s not like they could find anything even more ridiculous to say about her, could they?
Oh for God’s sakes yes. Now comes Politico, the web site that best exemplifies the inside-the-Beltway mentality on pretty much everything, saying that Palin’s use of “blood libel” in her video yesterday was – I am not making this up – a “dog whistle” intended to “signal” her ardent, evangelical Christian supporters.
Politico hack, er, I mean reporter Jennifer Epstein, writes:
Sarah Palin’s use of the charged term “blood libel” may not have been an accidental blunder, but a deliberate “‘dog whistle” appeal to her evangelical Christian supporters for whom the expression has meaning, commentators and others are saying.
Since I am one of these strange creatures to whom Politico refers – an evangelical Christian who likes Palin (oh, and you should read the crazy stuff I write about demons!) – I’d like to explain how this works:
See, Palin utters certain codes words and phrases that only we, the elect, understand. If she says “blood libel,” that means we go and take out a post office in Amarillo, Texas. If she says “refudiate,” that means we purge the Earth of the unclean to prepare for the second coming of Christ. And if she says “hockey mom,” that means we have to run over the nearest Democrat with a Zamboni.
What the hell is up with these people? A dog whistle? A freaking dog whistle?