13 years ago
greeneyedlady35

Republican's, is it wrong for the media to report the facts about Palin?

The good and the bad. Her truths and untruths.
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13 years ago
Anonymous
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No, her beliefs are very frightening to a huge majority of Americans. She wanted to ban books from libraries, she wants creationism taught in schools, she has many instances of abuse of power, she got huge earmarks for her town and for her state--more per capita than any other governor--and left her small town with an enormous debt to pay, her husband is in a group that wants Alaska to secede from the union, her pastor said he hates America, and many other very fringe beliefs. In addition, she's only left the country once, knows nothing about foreign affairs or the military, has been living in the wilderness away from the problems of most Americans and believes in shooting polar bears from a plane. Her teen daughter is pregnant, yet she feels she is qualified to preach to the rest of us about "family values." Can you imagine the uproar if Obama had a pregnant teen daughter? OMG. Considering that McCain is 72 years old and has had four bouts of cancer, there is no way this woman should be one heartbeat away from the presidency.
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5 years ago
carrera
i discover all the media bashing contained in the solutions the following laughable. It replaced into their loved FOXNEWS that suggested this tale.in truth, the reporter held this expertise until eventually after the election. apparently the version between Opinion reporting, like Chris Matthews, bill O'Reilly, Rush,& Olberman, and information reporting is previous the psychological potential of many. Katie Couric is an American hero for exposing Palin for what she replaced into, a dolt. Republicans should be ashamed. the very incontrovertible truth that they don't seem to be only is going to reveal how little understand they have for the voters.
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13 years ago
ReelBrothers
Nope, just wish they would do the same to obama: Bet you have not heard a word about this on MSM When Obama's association with William Ayers was raised at a Democratic debate this year, Obama replied: "This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood. ... He's not somebody who I exchange ideas from on a regular basis." Tuesday's release of papers from a Chicago school reform project known as the Annenberg Challenge shows once again Barack Obama has a problem with the truth. The long-sought records that were kept under wraps at the Richard J. Daley Library at the University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC), show that Obama and Ayers attended board meetings, retreats and at least one news conference as the education project got under way. The records also show the two continued to attend meetings together during the 1995-2001 operation of the program. Clearly the relationship between Ayers and Obama is much deeper and longer than Obama admits. They in fact were partners in various entities and regularly exchanged ideas, including on how to turn Chicago schools into re-education camps to create a generation of social revolutionaries http://news.yahoo.com/s/ibd/20080827/bs_ibd_ibd/20080827issues
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13 years ago
Anonymous
Nope. People who are stupid enough, or vain enough, to run for public office should have their entire life exposed, good and bad. I just wish the media was more objective and would quit presenting their stories as if what they are reporting is so earth shattering and novel. We are dealing with human beings and all the good and bad decisions that entails.
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13 years ago
Ashley
As long as it is the truth I have no problem with it.
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13 years ago
Ken B
The true facts are fine, the true lies are a different matter.
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13 years ago
Anonymous
The truth, yes. Vicious lies, absolutely not.
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13 years ago
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No problem, as long as they play fair and do the same about Obama and Biden.
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13 years ago
Moose
No it's not wrong, just so long as they stick to the facts, and are truthfull, but they don't always do that.
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13 years ago
sorry sista
It's good as long as it's TRUE. I've read a lot of things that were not true.
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