Slime That Won’t Stick

(h/t Gateway Pundit)

You know, to a lunatic pseudo-journalist, these conservative women all look alike. I won’t justify a link to the Vanity Fair hit-piece on Sarah Palin, you can go read it yourself. However, Dr. Gina Louden, the woman the reporter assumed to be the Palin’s nanny has an excellent and, ahem, pointed rebuttal up at Big Government. Owww, that’s gonna leave a mark.

But it is Palin’s persistent encouragement of the prayer warriors that most clearly reveals her worldview: she is good, her opponents are evil, and the war is on.” Agreed. She is good, her opponents are evil, and the war is on!

One more thing among your errors: “the boy” in the excerpted quote above, was not Trig Palin. That was my Samuel, also a beautiful boy with Down syndrome. No “nanny whisk(ed) the boy away.” I am his mother. I took my son, Samuel from Sarah before she went on stage. I told Mr. Gross that fact, but he didn’t let that divert him from his pathetic narrative.

That is not journalism. That is just gross.

Evidently things must be getting pretty slow over at Vanity Fair, since they just make stuff up out of whole cloth now. I thought that was the real “Toilet Bowl Media’s” job.

In the meantime, Stacy McCain is cavorting about up in Alaska after the Joe Miller victory. After a meeting with the First Dude and his snowmobile, he had energy enough to give gross Mr. Gross some tips on how to write a real Palin hit-piece. That Stacy, always so generous with advice.

We should all wear goggles and plastic suits November 2-3. Newsrooms and campaign offices around America will resemble tandem Gallagher concerts – like fireworks on Independence Day.

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