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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Never Missing An Excuse To Attack Trig Palin

TBogg, who blogs at Firedoglake, doesn't want to miss an excuse to take a dig at Trig Palin, Sarah Palin's son who was born with Down Syndrome. The excuse this time is the Newsweek cover showing what even Media Matters calls a sexist portrayal of Palin.

What does the cover and the allegations of sexism have to do with Trig Palin? Absolutely nothing, but that doesn't stop TBogg from taking this cheap shot (caps and link in original):
…there is a distinct lack of action photography. No sweat. No blotchy skin. No visual evidence of a endorphin epiphany. What there is, besides the all-important reminder that she is the mother of BABY TRIG, GOD’S VERY OWN SPECIAL ANGEL YES HE IS – YES HE IS!, is a series of modelish poses of the type you might find accompanying a “Run for Your Life!” article in Marie Claire.
Perhaps Media Matters also will write about the obsessive need for some left-wing bloggers to mock and attack Trig Palin.

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  1. There is nothing lower than what the left does to this sweet little boy. A society can be judged by how it treats the weak and defenseless among them.

  2. If reader's don't already know, it must be pointed out that Newsweek had HIJACKED the covershot of Palin from Runner's World without their expressed permission. The real news is the country's fast vanishing Journalistic integrity and standard when the likes of Newsweek's has little qualm about staging this kind of deception.

    The link to the original shots from Runner's World :


  3. Firedoglake is what a Dalmatian leaves at the base of a fire hydrant