Being heard is not a problem -- being taken seriously, that's becoming a lost cause. We should be grateful that she pronounces most of her complaints on Twitter, since 140 characters seems to be the limit of her depth.
We have a dangerous dearth of credibility in the United States these days, and when no one has the confidence of a majority of Americans, there is fertile ground for con artists and demagogues. Sarah Palin understands this.
Sarah Palin's right that "English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too." And that's something to be afraid of -- because she's contributing far more to the trough of public consciousness than just a few verbal miscues.
Sarah Palin's Twitter account has been rich fodder this week for those of us who enjoy that lazy summer pastime of rolling our eyes at ex-half-governors who believe they have something to add to the national discourse via social media.