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« Sarah Palin: "File this under 'WTF'" | Main | The bipartisan case against Obama »

Thursday, June 09, 2011


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I don't think there will be anything that will be damaging, but they will do their best to make it look as though it is. Anyone can twist the words of someone and make a story out of it.

This just goes to show ya how biased NYT and WP are. Too bad they didn't expend that much time researching Obama when he ran for President instead of spending on their time burying stories that would damage his campaign.


Out of all the juvenile asininity perpetrated by the MSM against Palin, this is a new low. Begging for reader volunteers to "to analyze, contextualize, and research [her] emails?"

Once upon a time, journalism meant "news reports presented factually without analysis." Where's the fun in that though? Where's the ability to mock, smear, and slander someone you hate? And how much easier if you don't have to do any of the information sorting yourself!

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