The former half-term governor from Alaska continues to inspire the wingnuttia:
She asked for the women -- who greeted her with an enthusiastic standing ovation -- to provide a "prayer shield" to strengthen her against what she said was "deception" in the media.
She denounced this week's Wisconsin federal court ruling that government observance of a National Day of Prayer was unconstitutional -- which the crowd joined in booing. She asserted that America needs to get back to its Christian roots and rejected any notion that "God should be separated from the state."
That would be the media that regurgitates her every word as gospel.
As for the idea that God shouldn't be separated from the state? Presumably that would be her God.
And as Steve Benen at The Washington Monthly points out:
There are some countries that endorse Palin's worldview and intermix God and government -- Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan under Taliban rule come to mind -- but they're generally not countries the United States tries to emulate.
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