Thatcher Foundation Responds to the ‘Palin Was Snubbed’ Report Saying, ‘The Guardian Has Minimal Credibility’

Jim Hoft

The far left Palin-hating cranks at The Guardian reported this week that aides to Margaret Thatcher told them, “Lady Thatcher will not be seeing Sarah Palin… That would be belittling for Margaret – Sarah Palin is nuts.”

We all knew this did not sound like something Lady Thatcher would say.
It looks like we were right.

Reader DaMav (name withheld by request) sent this email to The Thatcher Foundation today…

Go to GatewayPundit to read the email exchange between Hoft’s reader, DaMav and Christopher Collins of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation.

Related: “The Undefeated” Is Our Story, Not Simply Sarah Palin’s, at Riehl World View

…So, what did this woman, or her and our conservative principles, ever do, or do to them, exactly? The answer is, nothing – except perhaps threaten them, merely by existing. For her part, all Sarah Palin ever did was speak out boldly for many of us. And that is why ‘The Undefeated’ is a film with insights and consequences that reach far beyond former Alaska Governor and 2008 VP Candidate, Sarah Palin – however central to the film are her resume and experience. It should not, it must not be lost on Conservatives that every insult, every slander and gross mischaracterization spat at Sarah Palin was not meant only for her, but for all conservatives and what they believe in, as well as the America they would envision for themselves and their grandchildren…

Update: The reference to the Falklands is explained in this article at The Telegraph: Another slap in the face for Britain: the Obama administration sides with Argentina and Venezuela in OAS declaration on the Falklands

President Obama was effusive in his praise for the Special Relationship when he visited London recently, but his administration continues to slap Britain in the face over the highly sensitive Falklands issue. Washington signed on to a “draft declaration on the question of the Malvinas Islands” passed by unanimous consent by the General Assembly of the Organisation of American States (OAS) at its meeting in San Salvador yesterday, an issue which had been heavily pushed by Argentina. In doing so, the United States sided not only with Buenos Aires, but also with a number of anti-American regimes including Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela and Daniel Ortega’s Nicaragua…

Also, “Argentina and the Falklands: A background post,” at and “Special Relationship update: Obama sides with Argentina, Hugo Chavez on Falklands,” also at

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