Monday afternoon, Rush Limbaugh pointed out the most evil, mean-spirited act Sarah Palin has ever committed: She didn't include an index in her new book, Going Rogue.Read the whole thing. I was late on the deadline because (a) I had an interview with Andrea Shea King, and (b) the whole guilt-by-association thing went viral Monday afternoon.
Elite journalists don't read political books, but instead skim the index to see if their names are mentioned, Limbaugh explained to his national radio audience. Therefore, Palin omitted the index to exact revenge on her tormenters by forcing them to read her book. To her liberal enemies, this was a deed as inhumane as her moose-hunting.
Rush played an audio clip of MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell complaining about "Sarah's index-and-footnote free, score settling campaign memoir." The same network's Andrea Mitchell -- apparently having assigned some flunky to read the whole book -- recited on her show the only page of Going Rogue (p. 397) where Palin mentioned Mitchell. . . .
Little Miss Attila fears Stacy-ism is contagious, like swine flu. The vaccine is available online for $10. But if you think you've already caught the virus, the cure is available for $20. If you're a liberal, however, you'll probably just wait until ObamaCare passes and try to get it for "free."