Thursday, November 19, 2009

WaPo proves Palin right: any answer to Couric question would be scewed negative

In a vitrol-laced article that admonishes Palin for even existing, Lisa de Moraes proves Palin was exactly right when she discussed the Couric question "what do you read" on Oprah. Palin said that anything she answered would have been perceived or scewed as negative. She was absolutely right because while she was on Hannity, she said that she reads Newsmax, the Frontiersman and the Wall Street Journal. Here is what Lisa de Moraes said about that in her hate-filled article:
Newsmax is an online news site that says it is "the #1 conservative news agency online." The Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman is a Wasilla-based newspaper published Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays by Wick Communications and is distributed to the Matanuska-Susitna Valley in Alaska. The Wall Street Journal is owned by News Corp., which also owns Fox News Channel.
Her description of those publications is absolutely dripping with venom. She tries to discredit each one to somehow "prove" that Palin is stupid by choosing those to read.

Couric's question was a complete "gotcha" question, designed to make her look like a fool and trap her no matter what her response was. If she answered that she read X, Y, Z, the corrupt media would find reasons to discredit each one. If she doesn't list any specifically then she gets hammered for "not reading anything."

I personally liked Palin's answer the first time, "I read all of them." Palin is a lot smarter than Couric and basically said that she wasn't going to play her stupid gotcha game. Katie Couric is an idiot who doesn't deserve to be in the same room as Palin.

It's ironic that the corrupt media focuses so much on this idiotic question, what Palin reads, when they couldn't be bothered to investigate who Obama has been friends with for the past 20 years, who his mentors are and the books he did not write.

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