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The Fairness Doctrine


It's taken me a bit to grasp what's happening in the country, but I get it now. The Republicans are about to dump their collective tea into the media's Boston Harbor.

After watching the despicable treatment Sarah Palin's getting, I think we're about done. Don't get me wrong: I think the questions asked of her are, for the most part, worth asking. But here are some questions that didn't get asked:

1) If it's okay to discuss Bristol Palin's behavior, why is it not okay to dig into Biden's lobbyist son's behavior and the connections to his dad and the related legislation? Which one will likely have a bigger impact on the lives of Americans?

2) If it's okay to look into Sarah Palin's past exploits after less than a week of her candidacy, why haven't we had a full fishing expedition into Obama's association with domestic, unapologetic terrorist Ayers in over 18 months of Obama, the candidate?

3) If it's okay to discuss Todd Palin's DUI 24 years ago, why are we not hearing any tut-tut from the same questioners about Obama's admitted drug usage from long ago?

4) If it's okay to plaster Sarah Palin and her baby onto Us magazine with the title: "Babies, Lies, and Scandals," why does Michelle Obama get a pass on how her hospital shunts away the insurance-less poor to other hospitals when she graces Us magazine?

It's only going to get worse, I know. I'm not sure if after all of the negativity surrounding her by the heavyweight media types whether or not the vastly more experienced John McCain will be elected president over the hype and fluff of Barack Obama's featherweight experience and lifelong poor judgment. But I'm not sure it matters to me. What I do know is how blatantly obvious the media bias in America has become, and how no one with any desire for all of the cards to be laid upon the table can look to the media for answers.

What I hope, though, is that John McCain will show us the fighter he is and come out swinging. I know that Palin will come out swinging. I refuse to have the Hugo Chavez/Michael Moore/Jimmy Carter/Barack Obama-loving elites determine the direction for our nation. I'm pretty steamed about it, and I'm not alone.


by Brett Rogers, 9/3/2008 10:43:58 AM


They sure as hell better dump their tea in the MSM's harbor. Anything other than a shock and awe campaign against the MSM on this and McCain can kiss this election goodbye. Fred gave a kick ass speech last night (gotta love the field dressing a moose comment) and I have no doubt Palin will fight back. McCain seems to have turned the corner when dealing with the media so I expect he won't back down either.

Forget the "Hype" sign. I'm looking for a sign I can convert to say "Idiots for Obama." If my nieghbors don't like it I've got two words for em'.

Note: If Palin drops an F bomb on the MSM during her speech tonight that will get the campaign $500 from me.

Man I am pissed off.



Posted by Pale Rider, 9/3/2008 3:28:02 PM

OK if you want a laugh head over to Hot Air and watch this

Note: Adult language and content so don't run in the office or if the kids are close by. I needed a laugh.



Posted by Pale Rider, 9/3/2008 3:35:35 PM

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