For example, in the midst of this presidential campaign, in her Wall Street Journal column of October 17, she bashed pro-life Sarah Palin, John McCain's running mate.
Peggy Noonan concluded that column with this piece of insanity -- and one reason it is insane is that she provides no proof for it whatsoever:
"In the end the Palin candidacy is a symptom and expression of a new vulgarization in American politics. It’s no good, not for conservatism and not for the country. And yes, it is a mark against John McCain, against his judgment and idealism."
What in Heaven's name is Peggy Noonan talking about? Who on Earth thinks "vulgarization" when they see or hear Sarah Palin? Okay, actually, a SNOB could think that.
You want vulgarization, what about Barack Hussein Obama voting to let abortion-surviving babies be abandoned to die painful, lonely deaths? What about Barack Hussein Obama calling babies a punishment? These things are not only vulgar, they are monstrous.
But that isn't all from Peggy Noonan. In her October 29 WSJ column, which the Orange County Register ran yesterday (Saturday), she wrote this insanity about Barack Hussein Obama:
"The case for Barack Obama, in broad strokes:.... his rise will serve as a practical rebuke to the past five years, which need rebuking; his victory would provide a fresh start in a nation in which a fresh start would come as a national relief. He climbed steep stairs... He rose with guts and gifts. He is steady, calm, and, in terms of the execution of his political ascent... he shows good judgment in terms of whom to hire and consult, what steps to take and moves to make."
She said she would not condemn Republicans who have endorsed Barack Hussein Obama. She also called Barack Hussein Obama an "intellectual." Something is wrong here.
She gave John McCain a mixed assessment, more so than she did Barack Hussein Obama.
Fortunately, she did fret that the combo of a Barack Hussein Obama presidency and a firmly Demoncrat Congress might become "a runaway train." She also interrupted her fawning over Barack Hussein Obama to admit that he should not have said, "That is above my pay grade" when asked when babies "get human rights." But she ended her column with this insanity:
"But let’s be frank. Something new is happening in America. It is the imminent arrival of a new liberal moment. History happens, it makes its turns, you hold on for dear life. Life moves... Eras end, and begin. 'God is in charge of history.' And so my beautiful election ends."Get out the butterfly nets.
May Almighty God, the Author of Life, spare us on Election Day. And if that cannot be, may He give us the strength to deal with the future as we continue to try to save preborn babies' lives.