The Hypocrisy We Now See – Jared
September 3, 2008 3 Comments
I want to link to this Newsweek article from October of 2007 talking about women governors in the United States. This is the praise Palin got a year ago, before she was the biggest threat the Democrats had ever seen. I’m sorry, but the hypocrisy is appalling. Hillary was a great pick cause she is smart, rugged, and woman! Palin is a woman with to many kids! CBS’s Sally Quinn had some nerve plastering this horribly false and ludricous accusation on Palin: that she needs to rethink her priorities. I really wonder if these people don’t think she can do it. Have they somehow deluded themselves into thinking that they are the only women in the world with any ambition? My lovely girlfriend has every intention of going to law school and as a conservative Christian, I have absolutely no intention of stopping her from pursuing that dream. Barefoot and pregnant just is not my style, and who am I to stop her from accomplishing her dreams? This is America.
And it is even seen in the local papers in Jackson. The Jackson Sun’s Tom Bohs posted this article ridiculing the experience of Palin and accusing the GOP of pandering. After reading the article I am really glad that Bohs will not be voting for Obama either with all things about experience considered.
My favorite part may have to be how the tabloid US Weekly has decided to jump into the fray and launch a tabloid attack of Sarah Palin. No way you say? Proof I show you:
And we know Barack Obama is a fantasticly experience leader. Why? He is a great campaigner. Fablous leadership experience for the free world, of that I have no doubt.
I’m not a fan of Sean Hannity, but while I was delivering Medical Information and picking up divorcee’s personal possessions at my new job today, he said that in the future we will look back at 2008 and see it as the year that the news media died. And I really think more and more that the blatant bias and despicable underhanded attacks have finally rised to the surface.
Barack Obama secretly met with Roger Ailes, President of Fox News Channel, to try and smooth relations. Thankfully, Roger Ailes made it clear Fox wasn’t “in the tank” for Obama but would strive to present a fair and balance view of his campaign, along with all others. Read that article, it is a good one. That is now the media should be run and how it should operate.
Katie Couric made a fool of herself last night too, but I cannot find the transcript of that. Unfortuately we all know this will just continue. Pity. Well fought elections are always fun but despicable media action like this gets sickening.