The Twit Who Tweets
Savannah, GA. When the thin-skinned diva isn't quitting her elected responsibilities, 'aw-shuckin' her blue collar roots, (my grandfather was a commercial fisherman for 40 years--purse seiner, not gill-netter; the step-father a pulp and paper mill worker--yet we all somehow managed to pronounce our final "g's"--note to Todd: I'm part Yup'ik, too) she's dragging her family before reality TV cameras only to complain about a lack of privacy, coyly showing up to upstage others at political events, and very quick to quip and criticize. What she seems incapable of doing, however, is offering up any solution(s) to the problem(s) or issue(s) about which she bloviates.
Burning down the boathouse is the easy one, Sarah. Destruction comes with the strike of match. Constructive stick-with-it leadership is an elusive trait and a measure of true leadership so clearly beyond your grasp. Until such time you have some productive solutions beyond bromides posted to social networks, do America the blessed favor of keeping your gaping pie hole shut.