“Let’s be clear: Sarah Palin looks down on millions of Americans who don’t meet her vision of what “real” Americans look like. As far as she’s concerned, these millions of Americans are to be tolerated, but they’re not as “good” or as “kind” or as “patriotic” as Palin and her allies.
This is, for lack of a better word, snobbery. She think she’s better than the millions of Americans who live in cities. That’s not only wrong, it’s un-American.”
–Steve Benen, Washington Monthly, on Sarah Palin’s remarks about how happy she is to visit “Pro-American” parts of the country.