September 10, 2008

Just a question...

If Sarah Palin is so tough, so competent, so ready to assume the Presidency should McCain die (as seems very possible), why is it so hard to get her to talk about anything or accept an interview? I mean, she can give one hell of a speech (even if it is full of lies).

And then there was Rick Davis. McCain's campaign manager, appearing on the Fox New Channel, told Chris Wallace that Palin would not be subjected to reporters questions "until the point in time when she'll be treated with respect and deference."

Ripping the fourth estate for a perceived bias towards the Alaska Governor, Davis went on.

"She's not scared to answer questions," he said, "but you know what? We run our campaign not the news media... Sarah Palin will have the opportunity to speak to the American people. She will do interviews, but she'll do them on the terms and conditions" the campaign decides.

Respect and deference? This is politics, booboo, and if you can't stand in the light and account for yourself then you ain't up to the job. Period. Will the campaign get to decide what problems she'll face if, God forbid, McCain wins and then dies?

Here's the thing, Ricky. Your candidate's running mate lies. A lot. She may be common as dirt, but she's still a liar. Even still, that doesn't mean any of the sad sacks in political reporting today (looking at YOU, Stephanopolous) will call out her bullshit. So what ARE you afraid of? What is SHE so afraid of?

Could it also be that her radical views won't be shared by the majority of Americans? They certainly aren't shared by her close, personal friends.

And to THIS loser, you need a klonopin. Really.

Here's another question... why doesn't McCain want children educated to know when they are being assaulted by a pedophile? Maybe he doesn't want children to know what touching is OK and what isn't? Maybe McCain has something he'd like to share?

Posted by mcblogger at September 10, 2008 11:29 AM

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