Saturday, October 3, 2009

Liberal Hypocrisy

The hypocrisy of Liberals has no boundaries.  When it comes to a devoted Christian Conservative Republican woman like Sarah Palin there appears to no limit to the slanderous jokes and biased commentaries unleashed by the liberal media in what seems a coordinated effort to destroy her reputation. But what about an inexperienced Chicago politician named Barack Hussein Obama II with his numerous ties to left-wing pro-communist organizations and crooked political appointees, who has enjoyed a free ride in the media courtesy of a cadre of myopic journalists who seem to be on some religious quest to anoint a new king in America?  Read how the following events are being written.

Ben Smith writes in Politico about Sarah Palin’s choice for a co-author for her new book:  “Lynn Vincent spent the summer working with Palin on a closely-guarded 400 page memoir, "Going Rogue: An American Life." The book is due out from HarperCollins Nov. 17 - but it shot to the top of the and Barnes & Noble bestseller lists Wednesday as word of its publication spread.”

“There are at least three types of politicians' books. One is the overtly autobiographical, in which an aspiring candidate casts his or her life in heroic terms. Another is the careful, policy-heavy memoir. Some of those, like Obama's "The Audacity of Hope," feed public curiosity, but more often disappear without a ripple.”

“Palin's choice of Vincent suggests that hers will be, emphatically, a partisan tract.”

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Compare this story by Ben Smith about Sarah Palen’s book to Barack Obama’s book “Dreams From My Father” reported by WorldNet Daily.

“Politico's Ben Smith found it newsworthy that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin chose a "partisan evangelical" Christian to co-author her upcoming instant best-seller, but somehow he and the mainstream media have decided that serious evidence suggesting an unrepentant Marxist terrorist had a primary role in President Obama's highly acclaimed literary memoir is of no interest.”

“Not a single mainstream reviewer or political editor has so much as mentioned the controversy over authorship of "Dreams from My Father" that was resurrected last week when a major new book reported Obama sought the literary assistance of William Ayers, founder of the radical Weather Underground group, points out WND columnist Jack Cashill.”

“Christopher Andersen, in "Barack and Michelle: Portrait of a Marriage," writes that Obama was faced with a deadline with the Time Books division of Random House to submit his manuscript after already having canceled a contract with Simon & Schuster. Confronted with the threat of a second failure, his wife, Michelle, suggested he seek the help of "his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers."

Then there is today’s story about Sarah Palin’s frequent television critic David Letterman.  I wonder who on television today will poke fun at David Letterman?

“NEW YORK (AP) — A CBS News employee is accused of trying to extort $2 million from David Letterman, forcing the late-night host to admit in an extraordinary monologue before millions of viewers that he had sexual relationships with female employees.”

"I was worried for myself, I was worried for my family," he said. "I felt menaced by this, and I had to tell them all of the creepy things that I had done."

“He said "the creepy stuff was that I have had sex with women who work for me on this show. My response to that is yes, I have. Would it be embarrassing if it were made public? Yes, it would, especially for the women."

“It's the second set of embarrassing headlines for Letterman in four months. In June, he apologized to Palin for making a crude joke about the former Republican vice presidential candidate's 14-year-old daughter. Although there was a small "fire Letterman" demonstration outside of his studio later, CBS stood by its late-night star.”

Yes, it seems to be true, those who own the paper and ink can print whatever they want, those who own the television stations can broadcast whatever they want, but those few radio talk shows who carry Bill Cunningham, Rush Limbaugh or Shaun Hannity must be subject to the Democrat’s proposed Fairness Bill.  That is the definition of hypocrisy and there ought to be a law against it.

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