CNN, Do Your Homework On Sarah Palin And Stop Feeding Misinformation
Those that know me by online media know that my favorite website to gather information is Ed Morrissey‘s HotAir. Drudge is crossing to the other side and eighty percent of the headlines are linked to Yahoo! News. Wonder why that is.
Anyway, here’s a fellow poster who wrote this:
Watching Gloria Borger on CNN right now. She is saying that a lot of “people” find Sarah Palin too negative have no idea where Sarah Palin stands on the issues. LOL Unlike Borger, and the other media elite who worship at the alter of Obama, Sarah Palin is questioning what is happening to America, so that must be negative. She also said she wants to have a look at the 25,000 emails that will soon be released from the State of Alaska. It’s too bad that Gloria and the rest of the media never seemed interested in Obama’s past.
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idesign on June 1, 2011 at 4:56 PM
I wrote this at HotAir as a response to that comment (Note: Edited content to accomodate formatting, corrected spelling, grammar and HTML codes).
Oy vey, these people are friggin’ spoiled. See, journalism nowadays with reporters covering issues all over the world do need to stay at hotels. I guess the hotels never left their collective brains.
1-She is saying that a lot of “people” find Sarah Palin too negative – That seed was planted in 2008. By you, media. Now have you asked why “people” feel so negative about her? IMHO, exchange the word “people” with “sources” and it is the same negative message that you continue to post about Governor Palin, CNN.
2-Have no idea where Sarah Palin stands on the issues. – Curious, isn’t it, that this is the same wording of liberal bloggers and left-wing dingbats…parrot the same message, and eventually it will stick. Why continue on that road, CNN, and do the homework about the issues she’s been blogging and tweeting about since she started to do so? Why continue on that road, CNN, when all you should do is copy/paste her Facebook posts, or print them out and feed them to your prompter? That would be a great way to brag about impartiality.
3-She also said she wants to have a look at the 25,000 emails that will soon be released from the State of Alaska. – CNN, you will get your chance. Now, will that satisfy your curiosity since there are some that can’t be disclosed? Wouldn’t you want those disclosed too? Ok, CNN drop “Weinergate” and play some hard ball (pun intended):
Get Wikileaks on the case and disclose everything about Obama. Why? Because, a-you won’t do your homework on your own President of the United states; and b-reading the Anchorage Daily News‘ commenters were as acid as those of Kos kids.
Comedy Central “news shows” are also doing a great job of mocking Palin. They’re bringing up the same question too. They even brought an attorney to confirm that she can use her PAC for those expenses. And they still found it appalling!
Now Ms. Borger, there’s something called notebook. Add to that a pen, and do will have an idea on what it feels like to become a real old-fashioned journalist, starting with her bio and work your way till now. I don’t expect empathy from you because journalists are not supposed to have any. Except for FOX, CNN and the rest of the alphabet networks have been nothing but downright cruel.
I pray to God that you don’t have a member of your family-or yourself-to go through the same scrutiny. Personally I don’t think you would last eight hours.
- Borger: What’s behind Sarah Palin’s rebranding tour? Free media coverage (cnn.com)
- State of Alaska getting ready to release Palin emails (thenewstribune.com)
- More Sarah Palin Slideshows (stephencrose.wordpress.com)
- Palintologists prepare to dig through Sarah Palin’s Alaska email records | Richard Adams (guardian.co.uk)
- Do not underestimate Sarah Palin – Politico (news.google.com)
- Alaska Prepares to Release Palin Emails (politicalwire.com)
- Preparing to release more than 24,000 pages of Palin’s emails (aksyrin.wordpress.com)