Breitbart on Palin understanding that “culture is upstream of politics”

Important comments from Andrew Breitbart (may he rest in peace) regarding pop culture and politics and how Sarah Palin understands the connection.

So while the GOP Establishment of politicians, pundits, and media continue to advance the meme that Palin is “unpresidential” and doesn’t have the proper “gravitas,” Palin continues to take the conservative message deep into pop culture.

Exhibit A: Sarah Palin on Conan O’Brien’s show with William Shatner February 2010
Exhibit B: Sarah Palin on Jay Leno’s show March 2010
Exhibit C: Bristol Palin on Dancing with the Stars
Exhibit D: Sarah Palin’s Alaska
Exhibit E: Sarah Palin hosting the Today show in April 2012
Exhibit F: Bristol Palin’s Life’s a Tripp
Exhibit G: Todd Palin highlighting the military in Stars Earn Stripes. BTW, here’s a preview of that program:

Notice who’s highlighted in the video? “Forget Chuck Norris, send in Todd Palin!”

While all of the above is going on, Palin continues to have an impact on policy and politics:

Exhibit A: Washington Post’s 2010 Palin Endorsement Tracker
Exhibit B: Palin’s 2012 Endorsements
Exhibit C: Palin’s policy statements
Exhibit D: Palin’s speeches and interviews

In other words, conservatives can walk and chew gum at the same time. As Breitbart says, conservative politicians need to learn how to influence pop culture and use it for political ends the way the Left has been doing for decades. Palin gets that. And is doing that.

crossposted to Palin4America

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