Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Fools at CNN Mock Palin, Give Biden a Pass

If you bother to view CNN's website on a daily basis as I do, you'll have noticed an average of 3 negative reports on Sarah Palin every day.

If you happen to check into their news network once or twice a day as I do, you're bound to view a negative story on Sarah Palin. Most recently, the idiots at CNN spent thousands of dollars to go to Alaska, to the remote village where Russia is viewable.

They then ask villagers many of whom don't even know Palin is the Republican VP candidate if they have interactions with Russia. They ask if they ever have any encounters with Russians. Clearly the entire story was a pathetic attempt to discredit Palin for her comments that her proximity to Russia as governor provided some measure of foreign policy experience.

More recently, Joe Biden stated that President Roosevelt went on television and calmed the nation in 1929 when the market crashed. As we all know, Roosevelt wasn't president in 1929 and television did not exist.

So to be fair, shouldn't CNN make a journey to the Smithsonian Institute to view the television sets circa 1929 of which Biden spoke? They could interview a curator and state "Joe Biden mentioned televisions were in use in 1929. Can you show us such a television?" They could then travel to Roosevelt's presidential library and ask for presidential papers from 1929 to really bring home the point that Biden didn't know what he was talking about.

I'm confident such an idea was never considered to the idiots at CNN - they're too busy dreaming up the next way to discredit Sarah Palin.

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