Despite the fact that Obama currently polls ahead of Palin, Barry shouldn't be resting on his diaphanous laurels. The failures of his highly-touted health insurance profit protection plan are just beginning to emerge, along with those unforeseen and unintended consequences that will only reduce what little respect he's earned with his passive approach to bringing change to Washington. Those 12 stitches were just a little karmic sampling of what's yet to come, Barry.
Robert Reich — one of the few adults tapped by Bill Clinton to be a part of his administration — sees through Sarah Palin. Reich eviscerates Palin's recent behavior, and that of her family, while admiring the genius of her playground strategy to out-maneuver the Republican insiders and gain the GOP nomination. Palin has been so effective to date that she has even forced the Lost Boys of the GOP to have to grow up and deal with someone whose Neverland qualities out-class their own by orders of magnitude. It has to hurt a lot to have to grow up so quickly, doesn't it Karl?
So now I'm done. I've presented my all. You can commence to judgin' whether or not I'm on to something. If I'm right, and the Lost Boys don't grow up in time to stop her, we will be looking at President Palin in 2012. How's THAT gonna work for ya, America? For me, I'm off to a prescription drug stupor and a wish that this is all a bad dream.