Tebow, Palin, and the Pain of Remorse

Tim Tebow is really annoying to certain people in a Sarah Palin sort of way.  Whenever Tim or Sarah shows up, an uncomfortable feeling accompanies him or her, and it's called conviction.  One definition for "convict" is "to impress with a sense of guilt."  That is precisely what Tim Tebow and Sarah Palin are guilty of: impressing shame and remorse upon America that it would prefer to avoid. The Palin family has been mocked and derided for many reasons, including baby boy Trig, born with Down Syndrome.  This past spring, after former Gov. Palin posted a birthday tribute to her son, former Wonkette writer Jack Stuef called Trig a "magic intellectually disabled baby prop."  Stuef questioned "Trig's parentage, implying he was conceived in incest, and used the R word."  Stuef has since apologized and said he regretted using the word "retarded," but he stands by his criticism of Palin. By approving of and promoting policies that destroy innocent human...(Read Full Article)

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