The other day when I heard that she had said some nice things about Hillary of all people I momentarily wondered if she herself had started drinking the Kool-Aid. But when I looked at the tenor of her comments in the light of the political trade I think it became obvious that she is on to something.
I think Sarah is facing the reality that yes, there will be a woman Presidential candidate soon as the reality of modern politics demands, but I think she also wants Hillary to be the one for a more fundamental reason. That reason is Hillary's track record and lack of real accomplishment.
The dirty little secret (actually it's not a secret unless you are a low information voter) is that Hillary is weak. She was the First Lady, nothing more although she tried to make it seem so, and then used her husband's coattails to be elected Senator from a sure thing state, the liberal bastion of New York.
Hillary did receive quite a bit of notoriety in the White House as her massive healthcare fiasco, the precursor of Obamacare, went nowhere and she was involved in some serious scandals such as the White House Travelgate where the travel office was fired in an attempt to fill the function with Clinton cronies. There are also still questions that really were never answered about the death of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster and her role in destroying the reputation of the women of what I'll call "Bimbogate." But the biggest issue came later.
I don't think I'll ever forget her angry response during her testimony about Benghazi when she said to her questioner when asked about the circumstances of the death of four loyal Americans, "What difference does it make?"
Yes, indeed, I think that Sarah Palin knows, as all Americans of conscience know, it makes a great deal of difference. I think if she decides to officially run she will rue the day that more light is shed onto Benghazi, and I think her former boss, the President, will try to make sure she doesn't. There's a smoking gun in there somewhere, folks, and sooner or later someone will find it.
And as for Sarah Palin, I wish her godspeed and blessings in whatever she decides to do. I don't think she wants to run herself after having to deal with the undeserved ridicule and scorn of the relentless Left, but I do know that she has an important role to play in returning America to its grand design. We need to all stand with her in this ambitious and laudable effort.
Better watch out, Hillary, we don't forget. America is bigger than you and in the end the truth will win out. It always does because it sets us free.