Sarah Palin clearly believes that she has been wronged and that she is under concerted attack. She has decided not to relent, or curry favor, or soften her image, or resort to any defensive public relations tactics. She's on the offensive.
Her alternative would have been obvious. Go back to Alaska, put her head down, and try to accommodate her political enemies. Perhaps write a lessons-learned book about her unlikely star turn.
Curiously, and alarmingly, she turns out to be much more seize-the-day than that. She certainly likes the attention. But it's hard not to miss her instinctual combativeness.
Arrayed against an establishment, both Democratic and Republican, which says she is a hopeless lightweight and obviously illegitimate, she keeps coming, keeps giving offense.
This isn't as dumb as it looks.
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