Via Hot Air and the Politico, the obligatory YouTube of Peggy Noonan and GOP strategist Mike Murphy caught on a open microphones at MSNBC, slagging the selection of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as GOP running mate:
I've been telling you for weeks about the "we're doomed" vibe coming from within the GOP elite, and here you see a good example of the genre, as Noonan contradicts her own column, which portrayed Palin as an invincible winner.
Here you see what Noonan really thinks. After Murphy says the choice of Palin is "not going to work," Noonan interjects: "It's over." Responding to a question of whether Palin is the "most qualified" for the presidency, Noonan says, "No. I think they went for this ... political bulls--- about narratives." Murphy then adds that the pick of Palin is "cynical."
I'm reminded of what the late Michael Rust told me the day I arrived in D.C.: "Welcome to Washington, a town where people advance" -- and here, he gestured as if climbing a ladder -- "on the knives stuck in the backs of their former friends."
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