Sarah Palin has sent her schmoozees at the Weekly Standard the following urgent message, mostly in a desperate effort to prevent further slippage into "Where-are-they-now" obscurity. If you're fluent in Palinese, you'll instantly recognize the wafting stench of abject vapidness with which only Palin herself can suffuse the English language. So you know it's authentic.
With so much at stake in this election, both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan should "go rogue" and not hold back from telling the American people the true state of our economy and national security. They need to continue to find ways to break through the filter of the liberal media to communicate their message of reform.
What's striking about Palin's drivel--there's more, but it's just as empty--is how closely it parallels what the GOP's "intellectuals" are heaving in such rude, unsolicited ways at Romney/Ryan ... just ... just ... just get out there, rogue-ish-like, no holds barred, and lay it all on the line, boys. But ... lay what on the line? This, they never seem to get around to identifying, probably because the few specifics Romney/Ryan have offered have got them where they are (well, that, and their natural political magnetism and charm).
So here we are. 2012. And Sarah Palin can credibly match wits with the GOP's very "finest" strategic minds. That's how utterly wretched the party has become.