Skip to comments.Enough of the Mass Hysterical Media!
Posted on 10/17/2008 1:33:48 PM PDT by Pagan Power
There is an article in today's Washington Post that exemplifies the despicable bias of the mass hysterical media. In a column written by Juliet Eilperin the distortions could not be more apparent.
To Avoid Being 'Depressed,' Palin Skimps on Campaign News
No wonder GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin harbors such hostility toward the mainstream media: her staff imposes limits on her access to it.
Isn't that the stupidest premise you have ever heard? It represents exactly why the majority of us don't listen to or read the crap these people call reporting any longer. I wonder if the tiny brain of this so-called reporter even considered that Sarah doesn't care much for the media because of the intrusive manner in which they savaged her when she was first announced as John McCain's Vice Presidential pick.
But inconveniences such as the truth don't stop airheads like Eilperin from spewing her intentional distortions and obvious hatred. That would require her to be unbiased and ethical.
She added that while she doesn't always appreciate the way reporters portray the GOP ticket, she's been bolstered by the prayers of many of the campaign's backers.
Note the obvious slam on her deep faith. We don't need code words to understand what this idiot keystroker is implying. And if you had any question, take a look at this.
Giving credit to a higher power for the day's poll ratings, the Alaska governor told the roughly 500-person audience that things might be changing. "We even saw today, thank the Lord," she said, looking upwards and raising her fist, "We saw some movement."
So just what is the excuse for this behavior from a so-called journalist? Quite simply it is because Sarah refuses to put up with their BS.
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I was kind of hoping that McCain would have made a bigger deal about this being Us (McCain/Palin) vs. The Media is ads throughout the battleground states, but alas, only Palin is willing to do it, sort of.
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