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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Exclusive Video - MSM Launches Palin Email Probe

And the whole world was watching:

Who is responsible for the failure to launch? According to The NY Times, Palin of course:
Another near certainty whenever Ms. Palin is involved: a media spectacle.
Like I said, it practically writes itself.

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  1. Cool vid, and it's about Palin's emails? I thought it was about Anthony Weiner!!

  2. A perfect video -- could be used for so many of the left's ridiculous undertakings

  3. From an article about the original FOIA requests:

    "Complicating the requests was Palin’s use of private Yahoo email accounts among her close circle of staff, family and friends that raised legal questions a judge had to answer about access to those emails.

    “You have to blame Sarah Palin and her administration for having used private accounts,” Corn said."

    Waitaminute! Doesn't the press routinely criticize public officials for using their official email accounts for private business?

  4. "Sputtering Sputnik, Batman!!"

    LukeHandCool (who, in today's hopey-changey atmosphere, can just imagine Robin in 2011 breathlessly exclaim, "Holy Hoopla, Batman!! This is a teachable moment!!")

  5. I know it's been said, but I am struggling to understand the ethical nuance between this publication and the refusal to release the LA Times Khalidi-Obama tapes.

    Ahh. The nuance of a journalist. It is beyond a mere rube such as me. Luckily our betters figure it out every day. Every day, I tell you!

  6. Dems + MSM must be taking their cue from this passage from the Book of Daniels:

    " At this, the administrators and the satraps tried to find grounds for charges against Daniel in his conduct of government affairs, but they were unable to do so.

    They could find no corruption in him, because he was trustworthy and neither corrupt nor negligent. Finally these men said, “We will never find any basis for charges against this man Daniel unless it has something to do with the law of his God."

    Who's falling for MSM's attempt at diverting public scrutiny away from Weinergate + sabotaging momentum for the scoundrel's resignation? Read Breibart's 'Righteous Indignation' and he's right. Media Complex = Public Enemy No. 1.

  7. This is a case study in what happens when you start to believe your own lies. When the Palin bashing started, the press knew that she was a threat (this is clearly revealed in the Journolist emails); they took her very very seriously because she has what it takes to dethrone Teh Won. Somewhere along the way, though, they forgot the facts and began believing their own lies. They really thought they were going to find something in those emails, thus the enormous Geraldo at Capone's vault buildup. That the emails reveal nothing (just as the Capone vault was empty) reveals far more about how unhinged the LSM is than it does about Sarah.

  8. Breaking . . . it's Bush's fault!

  9. Have you seen the comments at the UK's leftist Guardian site? Even the Brit leftists are alarmed by this and feel sorry for Sarah (or recognize the harm it's done their side, depending on the commenter): http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/11/sarah-palin-emails-live-blog?commentpage=all#start-of-comments

  10. Palin minus 1 on this:

    She recently said those emails were never intended for public consumption.

    ... everything that gets typed on public HW/SW is for public consumption, with few exceptions. FOIA is the weapon of choice against corruptocrats.

  11. The media couldn't catch the Palin bus, so they settled for chasing a wild goose

  12. @Trochilus

    Beautiful!! After AM radio, I think the bumper sticker industry is the next domino to fall as we march through the institutions.

    LukeHandCool (who doesn't mind waiting his turn for his 50% cut of the profits ... after Trochilus and the Professor divide up the other half anyway they see fit).