Skip to comments.Couric Advises Gov. Palin to 'Learn About Governing'
Posted on 11/12/2008 8:58:34 PM PST by rvoitier
In today's Pot Calling the Kettle Black moment, CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric advises Sarah Palin to "keep her head down, work really hard and learn about governing."
When you stop laughing, consider that I'm not kidding.
And the world wonders why her ratings are basically half that of her competitors. The irony here is too rich: the cheerleader tells the huntress how to function. Couric’s a moron.
Why doesn’t little Katie fly up to Alaska and ask the people there what she knows about governing. Does Katie think it’s easy to pass legislation opposed by big oil companies and to fight corruption in your party?
Are you sure this wasn’t intended for Barack Obama?
Sarah Palin is already governing. Poor little Katie must have her confused with some other candidate.
The arrogance of this [really nasty word here] masquerading as a "journalist" is appaling.
Governors don’t govern, in Katie Couric-land.
The DBM must be pretty irked that Palin and Jindal are taking some of the wind from 0’s sail. All the media attention of the TWO brightest stars in the Republican Party (and conservatives no less) must be pissing all of the DBM off.
Cool. Now, little Katie should learn about journalism and everything will be just fine.
It's becoming obvious the treatment that anyone who opposes 0 can expect.
LOL!!! That is absolutely perfect.
Wow. I thought you were kidding at first. What an arrogant shrew. The pot is calling the kettle black for sure because Katie Couric is in last place when it comes to news.
Katie keeps her head down, works hard and she's still a dope.
She can pound sand.
Katie, I’d tell you to learn about being a serious news anchor and reporter, but who could you go to? Dan Rather?
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