September 15, 2008

Media meltdown over Sarah Palin

The extreme liberal rag known as the New York Times has lost all composure in its rabid and outrageous attacks on Governor and Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin. Noel Sheppard writes:

The New York Times is clearly in full meltdown mode concerning the popularity of Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, and is having a hard time covering up its obvious state of panic.

In its popular Sunday edition, the Gray Lady published four hit pieces about the Alaska Governor: a 3,100-word article prominently placed on the front page; two scathing columns by Frank Rich and Maureen Dowd, and; an article questioning Palin's husband's role in their state's government.

Read Sheppards entire story at NYT's Palin Panic: Four Hit Pieces On Alaska Gov in One Day

No comments:

Post a Comment

No personal attacks. No profanity.

Please keep your comments in good taste. Leave a name so we know who you are. Your comments are welcome, but anonymous flames and sacrilege will be deleted.