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From a Hillary Clinton supporter, looking at the Charlie Gibson interviews of Barack Obama and then of Sarah Palin:

Obama interview:

How does it feel to break a glass ceiling?
How does it feel to "win"?
How does your family feel about your “winning” breaking a glass ceiling?
Who will be your VP?
Should you choose Hillary Clinton as VP?
Will you accept public finance?
What issues is your campaign about?
Will you visit Iraq?
Will you debate McCain at a town hall?
What did you think of your competitor’s [Clinton] speech?

Palin interview:

Do you have enough qualifications for the job you’re seeking? Specifically have you visited foreign countries and met foreign leaders?
Aren’t you conceited to be seeking this high level job?
Questions about foreign policy
-territorial integrity of Georgia
-allowing Georgia and Ukraine to be members of NATO
-NATO treaty
-Iranian nuclear threat
-what to do if Israel attacks Iran
-Al Qaeda motivations
-the Bush Doctrine
-attacking terrorists harbored by Pakistan
Is America fighting a holy war?

Is there a difference, as compiled by this Hillary Clinton supporter? I report, you decide.


Tags: politics
by Brett Rogers, 9/13/2008 12:16:58 PM


The MSM is screwed either way. If they ask legitimate questions (not false or misleading questions like Charlie windbag) Obama will stumble. If they continue to show their bias it will turn off more voters. Either way a win/win for McCain/Palin so keep up the good work MSM.

I'm now getting a certain entertainment value out of this election cycle and am looking forward to the next 2 months.

After McCain/Palin are elected what do you think Sarah Palin will say when Oprah wants that interview? LOL.



Posted by Pale Rider, 9/14/2008 10:30:04 AM

It's like they forget that we can actually compare and contrast and publish that comparison on a stage just as accessible as their own output. Or maybe they think that what they publish has more, shall I say, gravitas?

I think Sarah should be busy for a while and not let Oprah make money off the controversy. Although, it might be delicious to Sarah to go on the show.

"Hi Sarah. Welcome to the show..."
"That's Madame Vice-President to you, Ms. Winfrey."

It might be the first time that Oprah has ever felt an Alaskan winter.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 9/14/2008 12:56:43 PM

I think they count on the laziness/stupidity/gullibility of people to just take their word for it. You'd think after what happened with Dan Rather they'd learn a lesson.

At least Oprah wouldn't have to worry about her eyelashes freezing off from the Alaskan winter. :)



Posted by Pale Rider, 9/14/2008 10:15:21 PM

In this whole episode, a lot of people have learned that it isn't only Oprah's eyelashes that are fake.

And you're right... you'd think they would have learned their lesson... but no.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 9/14/2008 11:19:08 PM

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