I thought she was supposed to be just a dumb chillbilly?

Sarah Palin has posted a response to President Obama’s State of the Union address on her Facebook page. Rather than the vapid ramblings of a baby-making airhead, she demonstrates she has a better idea of what ails the nation and what it needs than the man who made the speech. An excerpt:

Perhaps the most nonsensical bit of double-speak we heard last night was when the President said that hitting job-creators with a tax increase isn’t “punishing their success. It’s about promoting America’s success.” But government taking more money from the small business entrepreneurs who create up to 70% of all jobs in this country is not “promoting America’s success.” It’s a disincentive that will result in less job creation. It is, in fact, punishing the success of the very people who created the innovation that the President has supposedly been praising.

Despite the flowery rhetoric, the President doesn’t seem to understand that individuals make America great, not the federal government. American greatness lies in the courage and hard work of individual innovators and entrepreneurs. America is an exceptional nation in part because we have historically been a country that rewards and affirms individual initiative and offers people the freedom to invest and create as they see fit – not as a government bureaucrat does. Yes, government can play an appropriate role in our free market by ensuring a level playing field to encourage honest competition without picking winners and losers. But by and large, government should get out of the way. Unfortunately, under President Obama’s leadership, government growth is in our way, and his “big government greatness” will not help matters.

Consider what his “big government greatness” really amounts to. It’s basically a corporatist agenda – it’s the collaboration between big government and the big businesses that have powerful friends in D.C. and can afford to hire big lobbyists. This collaboration works in a manner that distorts and corrupts true free market capitalism. This isn’t just old-fashioned big government liberalism; this is crony capitalism on steroids. In the interests of big business, we’re “investing” in technologies and industries that venture capitalists tell us are non-starters, but which will provide lucrative returns for some corporate interests who have major investments in these areas. In the interests of big government, we’re not reducing the size of our bloated government or cutting spending, we’re told the President will freeze it – at unsustainable, historic levels! In practice, this means that public sector employees (big government’s staunchest defenders) may not lose jobs, but millions of Americans in the private sector face lay offs because the ever-expanding government has squeezed out and crippled our economy under the weight of unsustainable debt.

Read the whole thing and just try to square it with the liberal media-political complex’s narrative of a shallow dummy and a bubbleheaded runner-up beauty queen. Her discussion of Obama’s corporatist agenda could have come straight out of Goldberg’s “Liberal Fascism.”

Go, ‘Cuda!

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

2 Responses to I thought she was supposed to be just a dumb chillbilly?

  1. “…straight out of Goldberg’s ‘Liberal Fascism'”

    Yep, it’s clear now Barry & Co. are corporate cronyists (Ron Paul called it awhile back). That makes them rather like, dare I say, (gasp!) the German National Socialists of the 1933-1945.

    “Because the Only Good Progressive is a Failed Progressive”

  2. DougV says:

    well, it’s obvious, isn’t it? Jonah Goldberg is a dumb chillbilly, too! /sarc

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