To end this rhetoric of hate from the left week, to help libbies who just can't seem to understand nuances of their own language, I suggest they watch this clip from March 2010. Palin explains, in plain language that everyone should be able to grasp, what conservative phrases mean:
Palin also offers one of the more sensible, understandable (for those who have trouble with their own language) and straight to the matter moments about political discourse over the years than I have seen from the left (and i've been looking).
Ah, common sense! It's a breath of fresh air and what's missing from the left.
I leave you with the quote of the week, perfectly highlighting a key difference between left and right in this country, and explains why common ground is elusive between the two:
"We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions."
The right makes the point that we bear individual responsibility for our actions; the left thinks we are collectively responsible for everyone's actions.
Oh Ronnie, how I miss thee...