Fish touts Palin in the Times

The leftist academic Stanley Fish, at the end of a surprisingly admiring piece about Sarah Palin’s book in, of all place, the New York Times, strikes the same note about Palin as I did last month after I saw Palin interviewed by Bill O’Reilly. Fish writes:

The message [of the book] is clear. America can’t be stopped. I can’t be stopped. I’ve stumbled and fallen, but I always get up and run again. Her political opponents, especially those who dismissed Ronald Reagan before he was elected, should take note. Wherever you are, you better watch out. Sarah Palin is coming to town.

The title of my November 27 entry, in which I said that Palin was running for president and could win, was:

Whatever we may think about it, Palin is here

Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 09, 2009 09:36 AM | Send

Email entry

Email this entry to:

Your email address:

Message (optional):