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She has become the the line in the sand that demarcates the difference between unscrupulous versus unwavering. Sometimes it is just as important to become the antithesis of noble, and thus the standard bearer for ruthlessness.

For Huffington Post’s "100 most influential People" I voted for Sarah Palin-
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...
Below is my rationale’
"I would like to nominate Sarah Palin as a game changer in the field of high (and low) tech media / communications.
She through her actions, has established the "LOW" end of the bar in terms of establishing and maintaining transparency and forthrightness as she negotiates her way through the murky waters of political cronyism and a self serving agenda.
She has become the the line in the sand that demarcates the difference between unscrupulous versus unwavering. Sometimes it is just as important to become the antithesis of noble, and thus the standard bearer for ruthlessness. It gives us a moral compass by which to raise our children, and set an example of what NOT to do- or become.
Thank you Sarah Palin for your relentless commitment to this vainglorious effort.
Your use of twitter and Facebook in lieu of meaningful person to person exchanges, demonstrates your mastery at exploiting this medium as a tool to spout your loathing and contempt so imperiously to the huddled masses.
Hiding behind a computer in your Wassilla basement is a cowards way out in terms of pointing fingers at others while avoiding well deserved scrutiny.
Thank you Sarah Palin for showing us the road that shouldn’t be traveled. In that way, you have been a beacon that instead of beckoning- warns us away from the Abyss."

Originally posted to teutonic13 on Sat Aug 29, 2009 at 04:47 PM PDT.

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