Don't blame me. I'm not the blogger you've accused of sitting at the computer in pajamas making up irresponsible and damaging stories about you.
Don't blame the media. The nation saw how you handled yourself with Katie Couric, which was not a distortion by the press, but a humiliating exposure of your inadequacies.
If you want to blame the RNC for transforming you from Governor Hockey Mom into Vice-Presidential Candidate Barbie, that's between you and them. Why your father is complaining that it's an arduous task to separate your parkas from the designer wardrobe they provided baffles me.
Your explanation for losing is:
-- "We didn't get the Hispanic vote." (or the smart vote)
-- "We were outspent so tremendously." (how about also outclassed so tremendously)
-- "The anti-incumbency sentiment that was spread across the land and our ticket representing the incumbency." (yet you don't question your values)
You're also griping that it's unfair for anyone to point a finger at you for bringing down the ticket. "I think the economic collapse had a heckuva lot more to do with the campaign's collapse than me personally," you said.
Sarah, I made over 1500 calls to battleground states. People told me, "I'm a Republican, but when McCain picked Palin, I switched." For the first time in eight years, the blue states are not feeling blue, and we thank you for your part.
"What's the difference between a pitbull and a soccer mom?" It's more than lipstick. A pitbull doesn't set out to do a job it's unqualified for. A pitbull doesn't try to inflame a crowd by making statements it knows are untrue.
Give back the clothes. They'll be "so yesterday" in 2012. Hopefully, so will you.