Wednesday, November 10, 2010

It's always someone else's fault, isn't it?

Kathleen Parker seems to think so, considering she agrees with a certain Alabama senator:

Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama recently had the audacity to assert what heretofore had been relegated to whispers behind closed doors: "Sarah Palin cost us control of the Senate."
Yes, it's all the Princess Party Girl's fault. (Hey, that's Kathleen Parker's appellation for Mrs. Palin, not mine.) It could never have been the fault of the Republican establishment that got so out-of-touch that they forgot why they were sent to Washington and who sent them there, thereby starting the chain reaction that led to last Tuesday's tea party-fueled anti-incumbent blowout. Apparently it was all Sarah Palin's fault the national Republicans lost their way to the extent voters handed two branches of government to the Democrats, even though Palin hadn't even advanced to state-level politics in Alaska as the Republicans ascended in Washington. She must be really powerful to have had that effect, eh?