Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Palin's grasp of monetary policy impresses Paul Gigot

Gov. Sarah Palin continues to get rave reviews for her stance on monetary policy. Paul Gigot, editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page, is clearly impressed with her understanding of the topic, and her ability to condense it down into a language that average folks can understand.

H/T Palin TV

"She showed a very sophisticated understanding of monetary policy, and I think it's a welcome addition to the debate--if you think about the last decade-and-a-half, Republicans have been missing in action on monetary policy"

"She's leading the pack, in my view, on that issue right now."

"She put it in a language that people can understand--Reagan used to do that."

Not surprisingly, there was no discussion of Sudeep Reddy's feeble efforts to counter the arguments of the former Governor of Alaska. I suspect Gigot feels that the issue is too important to let Palin's critical message get diluted by phony controversies. Others could learn from his example.

Update: More from Governor Palin's Facebook page: Obama’s Clever Way to Punt the Tough Calls: Driving the Dollar Down.


cyclin8 said...

Anybody who think Palin is writing this stuff has to be half nuts.

Anonymous said...

So if it's good, she didn't do it...if it's bad or embarrassing, then it's all hers? How convenient for your argument...


Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the video work above?

Right Wingnut said...

I just tried it. It worked for me.

Ann said...

Right Wingnut,

I left you this message on chat:

Right Wingnut, Your video only seems to be working in Windows Explorer. Not in firefox or flock(netscape)

Right Wingnut said...


I'm not sure how to fix that. It can also be viewed here.

If anyone has suggestions of how to fix that, let me know. Since I'm able to view it, I didn't realize it was an issue.

Anonymous said...

I was not able to watch the video either, but it was a Blessing anyway because I was re-directed to another video of Mrs. Palin giving a speech in Oklahoma. To make a long stroy short, it was an absolutely marvelous speech and exhibit A of why she should be President of our great land.


Right Wingnut said...

Another link to video.