Wonder what you would find if you frisked MSNBC’s news coverage of Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue book signing?
Answer: They resort to attacking a young woman.
Pathetic… Absolutely pathetic MSBNC.
According to Norah O’Donnell:
During the campaign John McCain brought everyone to Washington, praised the bailout, and Sarah Palin during the debate, the vice presidential debate, praised John McCain for bringing folks together to pass the bill and said “It is a time of crisis in government and that’s the time to step in.” So Sarah Palin was for the bailout.
Um… Okay? One, what does this woman have against a young girl that looks up to Sarah Palin!? She’s a brilliant role model and no liberal could deny that without sounding like an idiot. Two, it is not that difficult to understand that usually the vice presidential candidate doesn’t go against the Presidential candidate. I know, I know… Joe Biden made that mistake a couple times, but than again, he isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. Three, “government stepping in” could be referring to MULTIPLE things – not just a simple bailout. Where is Ms. O’Donnell finding this deeper meaning? She is obviously doing some deep sea diving as she reads between the lines on this one.
Now to follow up on the point that the gentlemen tried to make after Ms. O’Donnell attacked the young woman. At least Palin now has the experience of being on a campaign that supported the TARP programs and then seeing the number of lies that were told in order to get it passed. I don’t know about any of you, but I don’t see Sarah Palin making that mistake twice.
Comedy-Note: I know someone that DOES make the same mistake twice though, haha.
Side-Note: And MSNBC wonders why they have no ratings… Maybe next time they will interview a 6 year-old, because I wouldn’t put that past MSNBC’s journalistic ethics.
Apparently Sarah Palin’s quote, from the vice presidential debate, used by Norah O’Donnell to attack the young girl doesn’t even exist… At least it doesn’t exist in the transcripts of the vice presidential debate. If anyone can find it elsewhere, be my guest to point it out to me.
For the New York Times’ transcript of the VP debate, click here.
AGAIN! Pathetic… Absolutely pathetic MSNBC.