Friday, August 13, 2010

The AP Reports On The Palin Deathwishers

This is how the AP (by way of MSNBC.com) saw the issue of politicians wishing Sarah Palin, a mother, had died in the plane crash that killed former Senator Stevens.

A New Hampshire Democrat has quit the state legislature after cracking a joke on Facebook about Sarah Palin's death.


So, he "cracked a joke"?

Is there anyone out there that still wonders why the fringe media's viewer-ship and readership is going down the toilet?

12 comments:

Always On Watch said...

The true face of the left, ever desirous of silencing any opposition, particularly effective opposition.

Linda said...

These comments will come back to bite them, you know where! At least I hope so!

Z said...

the SOURCE link isn't working for me.
But HE QUIT?
soapster at my blog just linked an article saying Conservatives are the BAD GUYS because Limbaugh thinks killing women and children in a time of war would force our enemy to demand their leaders stop fighting us. amazing....
NOTHING they do is bad. EVER, right? :-)

Chuck said...

AOW, it's the free press

Linda, if the GOP doesn't put this up as an ad this fall...

Z, my fault - I forget to put the link in. I fixed it. The right are always the bad guys.

cube said...

It's very disconcerting to look across the woefully uneven playing field on which we are forced to face the left.

Had a republican 'cracked a joke' such as this one, it would be part of the news cycle for days.

I also hope someone uses it as an election ad if only to expose the heartlessness of the left.

Z said...

thanks, Chuck.

yes, we are always the bad guy and our next generation's been taught that in our schools.....and in TV and film jibes, etc...I don't know how we change that around.

Karen Howes said...

Oh can you imagine if someone said this about Obama or Reid or Pelosi? The poop would never stop hitting the fan.

FairWitness said...

Just think for one moment if a Republican Congressman had posted something like this on Facebook referring to Michelle Obama or Hillary Clinton or even Vice President Biden's wife Jill.... can you imagine the cries of evil Republicans. My God, the sound would be deafening.

The Left is as terrified of Sarah Palin and as they were of Ronald Reagan. Hmmmmmm...

Chuck said...

Cube, the GOP really needs to spread the word about the left

Karen, for one the Secret Service would be climbing up their butt

Fair, I still wonder if Palin should run

cube said...

First of all, I love Sarah Palin. I would love to have her over for dinner at my house. My concern about her candidacy in 2012 is CAN SHE WIN?

I don't want any more candidates like Bob Dole and McCain who clearly weren't our best choices but which were put up by the GOP despite their failings.

Clearly, McCain and Palin would've been infinitely better than what we have in the White House now, but it is imperative that the GOP wins in 2012 and I don't want to risk it on a candidate that isn't electable.

FairWitness said...

I don't know who will emerge to be the strongest man or woman to lead us out of these terrible circumstances. I do have faith in Sarah Palin, she has massive courage and her moral compass is straight up. She doesn't need to be a rocket scientist, she needs to be strong against the opponents hellbent on maintaining their socialist agenda, focused on the goals needed to turn the ship of state around, unyielding to special interests that would divert her from her course. She has already done this in Alaska.

Newt Gingrich has solid ideas and strong leadership, but his personal life shortcomings forced him to resign as Speaker and revealed some very bad personal character traits. Can Americans trust a man to lead this nation when he's already betrayed that trust in the past? I don't think we can, not in the top job, anyway. Newt might make a great Vice President.

Mitt Romney? He passed univeral health care in Massachusetts. I don't think we need someone with that record.

Rudy Giuliani? Same personal shortcomings as Newt.

Mitch Daniels? A great man, but unknown.

Jeb Bush? I like him and he did a stellar job as FL governor. Can he be elected? Possibly.

Who else do we have?

For my money, Sarah Palin is the front runner.

Chuck said...

Cube, I like Palin but I don't see her as the Presidential candidate. I think her role is behind the scenes.

Fair, I think it will be someone off the radar right now. I like Jindal.