John Ransom at Townhall has an amazing piece up that points out the buffoonery of Eric Holder’s recent attack on Governor Palin:
The worst is judging the not-so-good: That’s what Attorney General Eric Holder would have you believe.
Yes, the worst attorney general in our history contends that Sarah Palin wasn’t a very good vice presidential nominee. Mark one up again for the liberals’ war on women.
“She wasn’t a particularly good vice presidential candidate,” the AG told George Stephanapolous on ABCNews. “She’s an even worse judge of who ought to be impeached and why.”
We’ve known for a while that Holder knows little about the law, now we know that he knows little about politics too.
He’s wrong on the law and he’s wrong the politics as well.
How does he hold his job again?
That Holder’s an impeachment target too, and perhaps a more likely one than Obama, doesn’t help his case.
Ask yourself: How did Al Gore make his money? What did Geraldine Ferraro do after Mondale lost his campaign? When was the last failed vice presidential candidate to have a bestseller? Or a movie made about them?
Sarah Palin was an excellent choice as a running mate.
Liberals and establishment Republicans often ask me: "What was John McCain thinking when he selected Sarah Palin?" To which I reply: "What was anyone thinking when they voted for Obama?"
That an unprepared black man is better than a more qualified woman? Who exactly is waging the war on women?
Like Ronald Reagan did, she knows how to appeal over the heads of the elite and the media, straight to the American people.
In my opinion, that’s one reason she would have made– still could make– an excellent president of the United States.
Far better than Eric Holder, Barack Obama, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and a host of names which liberals would treat with more seriousness right up until they got the nomination.
Palin also has the advantage of knowing who she is.
That’s an advantage when confronting progressives, who, whatever else you might say, are certainly more committed ideologically than the establishment GOP is.
That Palin is willing to talk about impeachment—Obama or Holder doesn’t matter– is a strength, not a weakness. In the short run it might be seen as pandering to the base, but ultimately, when the history of the Obama administration is written, it will be apparent that Palin, once again, got it right.
There is a lot more than the excerpts provided above and you can read it all here.