Skip to comments.Sarah Palin plays ‘gotcha’ on issue of vetting (You've got to see this!)
Posted on 03/11/2012 7:48:59 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Any star worth her salt knows how to use the hype of a movie about her to call even more attention to herself after a relatively long absence. Thats why the reemergence of Sarah Palin in the middle of all the hype leading to Saturday nights premiere of the much-anticipated movie Game Change was no surprise. Equally unsurprising was the nonsense she spouted with a straight face.
For instance, the 2008 vice presidential nominee, best-selling author, reality television star and Fox News contributor, appeared on Hannity last Thursday and complained that the media didnt vet President Obama four years ago.
(VIDEO AT LINK)
When Palin was asked if she thought Mitt Romney was the inevitable Republican nominee, she said something that ranks a 10 on the Are you kidding me?! scale.
PALIN: I dont think that anything is inevitable. The numbers are what the numbers are, though, and Romney certainly is leading in delegate count. But no, nothing is inevitable and I do appreciate that these men are continuing to duke it out in the arena of ideas and are allowing themselves to be vetted....
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Capehart, a Wash Post hack writer, is to real journalism as dog crap is to fertilizer.
Notice how they left former governor of Alaska off of her description.
Dear Jonathan (& Wash. Post):
If I want any more s*** out of you, I’ll squeeze your head off.
It’s interesting that those who hate her most are beta males with mommy issues.
Sean Hannity has said he’s going to vet Obama this time even if it costs him his job. I’m hoping that means his eligibility too. Sarah Palin is in a prime position to bring this issue forward, unless Fox tries to gag her.
If you actually believe that I know a bridge that is for sale.
We’ll see if he will go against the powers at faux.I wont hold my breath though.
Hannity rejected Thomas Sowell’s position on Obama being associated with radicals because of race the other night.
We’ll see what happens. Him making the promise ups the ante a bit though, because if he then doesn’t deliver it will give up-to-the-minute confirmation that Fox is censoring their people.
Breitbart’s tactic of putting the media on trial puts attention where it needs to be. Dianna’s article is helping that process along too. Thanks, Danae! =) And now Palin bringing it up too will helpfully help bring the issue into the spotlight too.
Sowell was saying Obama has to be associated with radicals because he’s Black?
You know, I really wish Herman Cain was still in this race.
OK, Wash Post, please show from your own archives where anyone on your staff asked questions about how Obama's academic history is missing. And his state senate records. And many other large swaths of his personal history.
Seems like the one telling the whoppers ain't Sarah Palin.
No, he was saying that Obama rejects MLK’s colorblind society, and may have race problems. Hannity said he believed it was ideological for Obama.
Thomas Sowell is much brighter than Hannity. Hannity probably needs some serious vacation time and some time reading the writings of better minds than his.
Hannity looks like Bud Abbott doesn’t he?
“. . . unless Fox tries to gag her.”
That all depends on what the Saudi stock holders want.
It’s a sad state of affairs, isn’t it?
Capehart is no Beta male, but I would cetainly rate him a “C” of the first order.
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