CNN Goes Too Far In Personal Attack On Palin
Posted by Casey on September 2, 2008
A couple of thoughts about the Palin attacks that escaped my memory earlier.
Remember when Pelosi became speakerand she surrounded herself with children, and proclaimed:
“Children will be the centerpiece of this Congress.”
She would go on to thank her husband, children, and grandchildren for giving her the:
“confidence they gave me to go from the kitchen to the Congress.”
What about Sarah Palin’s kids, and now grandchild, giving her the confidence to go from the kitchen to the White House?
Also, remember when Obama said:
“Look, I got two daughters — 9 years old and 6 years old,” he said. “I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby.”
Maybe Palin’s daughter doesn’t feel punished at all. Maybe, just maybe, she feels blessed. Has anyone found out for sure if the boyfriend is really the fiance? It’s been stated that Bristol Palin is marrying the baby’s father. Sounds to me like they are expressing some pretty solid moral fortitude by giving the child a loving home. Something all to uncommon these days.
Plus, since when is a woman’s right to choose only relevant if she chooses to abort the pregnancy? I thought the right to choose is supposed to be the choice between keeping the child, putting it up for adoption, or aborting.
The one thing I can give kudos to Obama for lately is saying that families are off limits, and people should back off of Palin. I don’t know if he really feels that way, or is just responding to the negative press his wife has received. By the way, I do think the potential first lady is a target, but not beyond that.
CNN’s Campbell Brown attacked Palin as a bad mother for exposing her daughter to scrutiny for being pregnant.
BROWN: Tucker, though, this obviously putting this young woman, Bristol Palin smack in the media spotlight at what's already got to be a very challenging time in her life. I mean, how do you respond to people who wonder why her mother would have subjected her to this scrutiny by accepting this high-profile position?
Well, those people are retards. They aren’t reasonable, and therefore, aren’t relevant. They should be shunned as the subhumans they are.
BROWN: I recognize that. In an ideal world, it would be private. You know, this is a presidential campaign. Nothing is private. The world is watching. and if we, you know, as much as everyone might want to give this young woman her privacy, you know that's not going to happen. And so you do risk putting her through an incredibly difficult process by accepting this job if you're her mother. You can't deny that, right?
Is he f***ing serious? So the media is justifying their personal attacks on Palin’s family by saying it’s Palin’s fault they are using personal attacks. While simultaneously excusing the vile disgusting things the Obama supporters are putting in the blogosphere. I guess this means we can start attacking the Obama kids for any little thing they do, because it’s Obama’s fault that he opened them up for scrutiny.
Quick, find out if the Obama children have stolen any gum, kissed any classmates, or cheated on any test. CNN says it is ok to attack the hell out of them because Obama knowingly exposed them to ridicule.
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