In "Palin's Revenge: Who's Laughing Now?," C. Edmund Wright at American Thinker writes:
Now correct me if I am wrong, but didn't I hear the Jurassic media bury the career of Sarah Palin just last July? And weren't they joined in this mockery by the so-called conservative elites like David Brooks and Karl Rove and Joe Scarborough and so on?
Wasn't Maureen Dowd just delirious in fact that the wicked witch (of her world) was dead?
After Palin decided to resign from office, it was all supposed to be downhill for the former governor of Alaska.
And yet, "every single ramification of Palin's resignation has come up aces," Wright concludes.
He has a word for it: "Brilliance."