Wednesday, November 17, 2010

S. E. Cupp: Sarah Palin's happiness is what really irks liberals

Somehow I think there's more than a grain of truth in this observation,
But for her [Palin'] detractors, nothing raises the ire of cynical liberals more than a happy-go-lucky, totally unburdened, freethinking and self-assured conservative woman who has everything she wants and then some. And without anyone's help.

Sure, she'll tell you that Todd, her parents and her children are an invaluable support system. But after eight years of hearing that George W. Bush was a nepotism experiment gone wrong, Sarah Palin has made it here (wherever this is) on her own. John McCain's imprimatur certainly launched her into the national spotlight, but she became the youngest and first female governor of Alaska all on her own.
How dare she?

Liberalism, after all, needs to imagine an unhappy populace. Passing sweeping entitlement programs and convincing voters that big government is the answer only works if people are frustrated with their stations in life.

Thus Palin is a real threat to front-office operations.


Anonymous said...

I think that under Sarah Palin's happy-go-lucky attitude is rage plus an all-consuming appetite. I believe she is a Seven on the Enneagram. That personality type is gung ho on a job--as long as it's fun. Sevens quit jobs that aren't fun anymore. I also think that her main interst is go get as rich as she can as fast as she can. And she likes attention too. Enneagram Sevens are the happiest of all nine personality types, but they leave a wake of destruction wherever they go.

Bill Baar said...

...and what type are you anon?

Anonymous said...

I'm a Nine.