Extraordinary Women–and even ordinary women and men–want to know: yes or no, Sarah?

This weekend, Sarah will speak at the Extraordinary Women Conference of Christian zealot right-wing women in Lynchburg, Virginia.

The conference motto is from Isaiah 40:31.
Those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength.
They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary,
they will walk and not be faint.

Hey, Sarah, if you can scam 100K from this gullible herd of sheep for doing no more than regurgitating “Christian”/Tea Party talking points, more power to you.

But with Chris Christie’s statement that he will not enter the race for the Republican nomination in 2012, and with the collapse of Tea Party alternatives such as Michelle Bachmann and Rick Perry, it is as if Moses really has parted the Red Sea as an invitation to you.

You’ve always said that your God tells you what to do, and opens doors for you.

Sarah, the door will never be open wider, nor the sea more parted, than it is right now.

Will you have the courage to walk through it, and enter the race?

I don’t think so.

And it’s not because The Big Guy in The Sky is telling you not to.

It’s because you can’t face the scrutiny.

As vice presidential nominee, you got a free pass in 2008 from mainstream media.

And MSM has allowed you to become a multi-millionaire celebrity ever since.
They are complicit, tacitly agreeing not to show you up as a fraud as long as you give them
ratings, web hits, and newspaper circulation.

But too many eyes are now watching, and MSM won’t be able to do it again.

Sarah, the road show is over. I know you’ll quit while you’re ahead.

To enter the race for the Republican nomination would not merely invite, but demand scrutiny
that you could not withstand: about Trig, about your extremist religious beliefs, about your phony
image as a “hockey Mom,” about your vindictiveness, about the disparity between how you tell others to conduct their lives and the way you’ve conducted your own, about the lies you’ve told as a public figure, about your ignorance, your shallowness, and your hysteria whenever you don’t get your own way immediately.

I don’t feel you owe your followers anything. They’re the ones who took the sucker’s bait.

You’ve been a talented entertainer these past few years.

Even I have found you amusing, on occasion.

But the show is over.

Arrivederci, Sarah.

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