It is mind boggling how low the Anti-Palin forces in the Main Stream Media will sink. They will even go after one of their own.
David Broder may be the the most respected columnist in Washington. They call him "the dean" of the Washington press corp.
And yet, because he had the audacity to say positive things about Sarah Palin in his latest column, the long knives are out. The same Washington media elites who once loved Broder and elevated him to the stature of living legend are now ready to take him out.
The latest to attack on Broder is Michael J.W. Stickings, a hack who can't come close to David Broder in character, class or talent. Stickings writes:
David Broder, WaPo columnist and "dean" of the Beltway press corps, may or may not be a moron but certainly writes and says more than his share of moronic things. I realize that he's been there a long time and that some think he's deserving of respect for his longevity, and that some even buy into his idiotic faith in bipartisanship, which really means Republican-friendly centrism, and that some of his admiring peers think he stands above the partisan fray, which allows them to think ever so highly of themselves, but Broder continues to prove that he doesn't have a clue, and that he is so enamored of himself and his supposed above-the-frayness that he has lost contact, if he ever had it, with what is going on both within the Beltway and without.
Read that paragraph closely. You can feel the hatred from the left for anyone who dare admire Sarah Palin. Stickings can't just disagree with Broder, he calls him "mornonic," "idiotic" and he "doesn't have a clue."
Broder is a Pulitzer prize winner, a professor at the University of Maryland, a 44 year veteran with The New York Times, Washington Post and Meet The Press and he is maybe the most respected journalist in Washington. Broder is known for being a non-partisan centrist.
Stickings is none of those things - and less. Stickings, in short, is not qualified to get coffee for David Broder.
I will not post a ling to the Stickings childish, name calling, poorly written article.
But i will re-post a link to David Broder's Washington Post article. These days success is measured by the number of hits an article gets on the internet. Please read and re-read the article. Pass it on to friends. Make comments at the end of the article.
And click here to send David Broder a message of support. Lets support someone who comes under attack from the left just for saying nice things about Sarah Palin.
I encourage other Sarah Palin blogs to do the same.