People criticizing Sarah Palin for using the term "blood libel" -- which describes a horrendous, centuries-old anti-Semitic charge -- to describe how she thinks some in the media have acted in linking right-wing violent rhetoric to the Arizona shooting: Anti-Defamation League director Abraham Foxman, National Jewish Democratic Council president David Harris, J Street president Jeremy Ben-Ami, Jewish Funds for Justice president Simon Greer, National Review Online's Jonah Goldberg, The Daily Beast's Howard Kurtz.
Palin's latest defender: Pat Buchanan.
The Pat Buchanan who recently complained that with the addition of Elena Kagan, the Supreme Court would have too many Jews.
The Pat Buchanan who called Adolf Hitler an "individual of great courage" and asked whether World War II was "worth it."
The Pat Buchanan who was repeatedly appeared on a "pro-White" website streamed live on the "white nationalist" Stormfront website.
That's probably not the sort of supporter Palin was really hoping to have on this particular issue.