Wednesday, September 03, 2008

MSM Under Attack For Total Bias Pro Obama/Anti Palin

The National Review forgets to mention Obama's neglect of his dying mother, whose deathbed he refused to visit because of "scheduling conflicts." At the same time, he was writing an effusive bio of his bigamist daddy, who disappeared into drunken obscurity soon after leaving his 18-year old mom [some say 17] to raise his unthankful ass---with a lot of help from WHITE grandparents.

This empty suit said that "I am my brother's keeper" during his acceptance speech. Guess that leaves out his half-brother in a Nairobi slum who earns a dollar a month [& has received ZERO money from "brother's keeper"] across the water. No News there.

Let's not inspect Obama's dealings with a Syrian con-man billionaire named Rezko with suspicious funding sources & with Chicago mobster/politicians/crime bosses who helped him up the ladder. Richard & William Daley are the two chief crime bosses in question. No news there.

Here is the National Review's take on the disgraceful lack of journalism now being practiced by sock-puppet stooges like David Gergen [who five minutes after the Lieberman speech was already claiming that "almost all" Dems were turned off] & Campbell Brown, a sexist bimbo who is further left than MSNBC crap-slingers, two of many KO imitators on the nutjob left media cabal:
"But unsavory as all this is, it can't hold a candle to Andrew Sullivan. Once a respectable journalist, The Atlantic's self-declared champion of respect for privacy and of civil discourse now obsesses over Miss Palin, airing baseless and abhorrent questions about the motherhood of Trig, Gov. Palin's infant son, born this year with Down syndrome. One wonders if David Bradley bought The Atlantic -- a venerable institution that once published Mark Twain and Martin Luther King -- so that he could associate it with the most despicable ravings of the left-wing blogosphere. What price in reputation is Bradley willing to pay for increased unique-visitor numbers from among the fever swamps?

"This shameful but predictable media performance stands in marked contrast to the rigorous 'hands-off' privacy policy dutifully honored by the press throughout the Clinton years for the president's then-teenage daughter, Chelsea. Indeed earlier this year, though Miss Clinton was now well into her twenties and an impressively poised surrogate for her mother's campaign, NBC News suspended reporter David Shuster for asserting that Sen. Clinton's campaign was 'pimping' her daughter -- a classless formulation, to be sure. But where's the hyper-sensitivity about a candidate's child now?

"When Al Gore's son was arrested on narcotics and speeding charges in 2007, moreover, the national press was a model of sympathetic restraint. The muted coverage was devoid of calls for a national "teaching moment" on drug abuse or responsible driving. The message was plain and correct: No news here, move along. The Republican base and other people of good will are angry over this grotesque display. It is obvious what the media and Democrats are up to here. They want to define Sarah Palin as a failure before she even has a chance to succeed.

"The New York Times's webpage on Tuesday led with no fewer than three stories about Bristol Palin's pregnancy. CNN has tried to exploit Miss Palin as a laboratory specimen for a high-profile examination of sex-education. MSNBC and the Huffington Post are titillating viewers with exposes on Miss Palin's boyfriend. Slate, owned by the Washington Post, is running a 'Name Bristol Palin's Baby' contest. US Weekly has 'Babies, Lies, and Scandal' on its cover.

Don't forget the NYT hit-piece on McCain vis-a-vis V. Iseman which was a front-page disaster.
Sullivan makes the National Enquirer look like The New Criterion. There is no accountability on the leftist fringe of media hyperventilation, and some hope Pulitzers will result from their one-sided pimping and touting of Obama.

Even the moronic Jim Lehrer of PBS Evening News is lapsing into aggressively senile attacks on Palin & McCain.

The American people are smarter than the cretinous ideologues of the ultra-left media, who actually are grandiose enough to believe their pompous exhalations on behalf of Obama & attacking McCain/Palin will succeed.

I can remember when Reagan was called inexperienced, stupid, and just a washed-up movie actor.

I think Sarah Palin is old Ronnie come back in drag!!!

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