Palin Derangement Syndrome is in full force these days. George W. Bush probably appreciates the break as he sure had his share of deranged attacks from the Left during his eight years in office and even since leaving the White House. What was irritating about Bush was the fact that he never defended himself against unfair and inaccurate statements made about him. Palin, on the other hand, gets in there and fights back. Go get 'em, girl.
When asked to describe the Obama presidency, Sarah Palin describes it perfectly in two words. Unlike Joe Biden, she actually can count.
Read from CBS, via Weasel Zippers:
Palin: Obama "Sees America as the Problem"
"In a cover story on Sarah Palin for this week’s Time magazine, the former vice presidential nominee took aim at President Obama’s presidential strength, comparing him to former President Jimmy Carter and even mocking his golf habit – quipping that, unlike the president, she’s been so occupied 'helping people' that her own golf game has taken a back seat.
…When asked what she thought of Mr. Obama’s presidency so far, Palin said, 'Two words: Jimmy Carter,' and pointed to what she perceives as his political vulnerability. 'In battleground states, he’s polling at 40% or below,' she told Time.
Palin also obliquely addressed apparent concerns among Republican leadership that she can mount an effective campaign against Mr. Obama in a potential 2012 presidential matchup. The ideal Republican nominee should be 'someone who can draw a sharp contrast,' Palin said. 'The country is rejecting his agenda … My vision of America is diametrically opposed to his. He sees America as the problem. I see America as the solution.'"