Thursday, October 23, 2008

CNN lies in Palin Interview!

Here we go again. The Liberals just loathe Sarah Palin. Now CNN appears to be getting their talking points straight from the Daily Kos. Round two of the Palin-Media backlash will arrive just in time for election day!

Watch Bill O'Reilly nail them!



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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't believe I'm going to say this but O'Reilly is right. That was completely dishonest.

On the other hand, brushing off the $150,000 spent on Palin's clothing as just being something the "liberal media" is latching onto to try to criticize her is pathetic. That's a disgusting amount of money to be spent on clothes in a time when people are losing everything, and ignore it is irresponsible.

Mundy said...

$150k... well, I may agree with you, but Michelle spent $500 on a lobster, caviar dinner at the Waldorf... something about glass houses... Obama won't even show up the same details, they use credit cards and only show the payments to the cards...

Anonymous said...

You mean the $500 lobster and caviar that didn't actually happen?

http://www.nypost.com/seven/10212008/gossip/pagesix/room_disservice_134490.htm

btgoss said...

This is only outrageous because all of it is true.
She is not qualified. As a Republican I am ashamed that we have turned our political party over to a bunch of un-educated Religious nutjobs and wackos.

Stop bashing the Liberal Media, start bashing those people who are trying to change our country into some form of Old Testament Taliban.

Mundy said...

I saw the receipt... so I won't believe the retraction.

Mundy said...

Btgoss> you're a republican.... ok.

btgoss said...

Mundy, yes.
Show me where Republican means Old Testament Christian (which is just ridiculous when you think about it) religious nutjob wacko? Where is that on the Republican party web page?

America is supposed to be a place where the Government and Religion are kept separate. As a real Republican and Christian that is what I want. I want my Government to stay out of my religion, and I want my Religion to stay out of my government. They are two very different things.

A Government has to serve the best interests of ALL it's people. Not just the percentage that has only enough education to read the Bible (incorrectly I might add.) The funny thing is, often when you are just smart enough to read the Bible, you lack the intelligence to understand it, and to actually understand how it should apply to your life.

But keep bashing the wrong people. Keep supporting those who will use your ignorance as a tool to manipulate you. God pities you.

Anonymous said...

This receipt: http://mespace.wordpress.com/2008/10/18/michelle-obama-loves-her-lobsters-and-iranian-caviar/

That's also admitted to be fake? You're really desperate to try to shift attention it seems...

Jason E. Johnson said...

Please get the facts straight on the 150k for clothes. Gov. Palin did not spend the money, the RNC did. She has clearly stated that the clothes do not belong to her. She also stated that they will be given to charity after the election.

I guess she will need to buy a new dress for McCain's inauguration ball in January.

/sarcasm on/
If you want to complain, complain about the obscene amount of money spent by Obama on TV ads. I think some of that could have been "spread around" to the common folk.
/sarcasm off/

and BTGOSS, I doubt you are a republican. Your statement sounds exactly like something from a KosKid. You clearly do not understand Christianity.

btgoss said...

Jason I think you don't know what a Republican should be. The terms Republican and Christian should not be synonymous. Religion should have nothing to do with a political party.

That being said, a Christian is one who follows the teachings of Christ and his disciples. The Old Testament does not reflect those teachings. For Christians to place the old Covenant above the new Covenant brought by the sacrifice of Christ goes against the very fabric of His teachings.
Christ himself would have preached against most if not all of the current Republican party leaders. They are the old men (and women) in the Temple.
I don't know if Barack Obama is going to be able to do half of the things he says he will, but I know we need to get as many of these pandering Republican Christian nutjobs out of public office as possible.