“. . . her political skills are not make-believe”, was the nicest thing said about Sarah Palin by analyst David Brooks on the NewsHour tonight, to wit:
“. . . a lot of us are not much pro-Palin. We are anti-anti-Palin, because the attacks have been so feverish. But I think her — her political skills are not make-believe.”
Analyst Mark Shields, of course, had nothing at all nice to say about Governor Palin.
(The transcript is available here.)
I expect that even the number of “anti-anti-Palin” members of the MSM will shrink as public support for the McCain-Palin ticket grows. What will they do when McCain and Palin are elected? Is crow a dish best served cold?