stonecoldStand by the original assertion. Terrified and obsessed. It is clear. With each retort and attempt to explain, it just solidifies the assertion.
Unshakable and unresponsive to an actual argument. I could say that is obsessed and some would say it exemplifies terror of actually investigating the objection. It's a lot like a kid stamping his feet, in fact.
But, honestly, I don't care. I'm afraid of any candidate who will not openly submit to interviewing, is under ethics investigations and prides herself on her ignorance. The notion that this fear is "terror" that reflects obsession is just a silly attempt to dismiss the actual concern. It's the Republican "obsession" with reducing everything to a question of fear, so that Democrats look cowardly compared to their own pseudo-macho demeanor.
"The idea of Sarah Palin becoming president scares me."
"You're an obsessed, terrified, pathetic, whiny, blah blah blah."
Translation: "Let's change the subject to your manhood."
Being unobsessed, I expect you not to reply.