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The Dominatrix?

Here’s a somewhat, um, eccentric (others would use angrier words) take on the Palin phenomenon by Salon’s Gary Kamiya:

For the die-hard Republicans who lusted over Palin at the convention, her whip-wielding persona was a turn-on. You could practically…

I’ll stop there, to spare our more sensitive readers from what follows, a blend of Irving Klaw imagery and Freudian analysis so nutty that, by comparison, old Sigmund himself seems vaguely believable. Quite remarkable. In any event, Mr. Kamiya might do well to remember that sometimes a candidate is just a candidate.

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