9/01/2008

Daily Kos gets it completely wrong again: Assertions that Sarah Palin is really the Grandmother of Trig, not mother

The Daily Kos had this "explosive new" post yesterday: "Sarah Palin Is NOT The Mother." Well, Trig was born in April and it turns out that Bristol is now five months pregnant. Does the Daily Kos really believe that Bristol got pregnant a second time in March? It is hard to think through how obnoxious these attacks are to different people.

Here is a picture of the supposedly not pregnant Sarah Palin.

This attack was based in large part on pictures using the date of the newspaper publication and not the date of when the picture was actually taken. Here is one picture in an article from March, 2008. The problem is that you will note that the ages on the picture are a couple of years off. For example, Track Palin is now 19 years old, not 17. Do these crazies over at these blogs really believe that newspapers will get a new picture every time they run a story on the governor?

Now the Daily Kos is now bizarrely claiming that Palin supports Alaska's secession. Get this for a typical claim: "Since McCain never vetted Palin before putting her on the ticket . . . ." Below are Palin's welcoming remarks. Governors have these remarks all the time for various conventions in their state. It is a mere courtesy, nothing more.



Thanks to information from Nicki Fellenzer.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those Dem-inclined media tend to forget that the laws of Nature, contrary to the laws of politicians, can usually not be thinkered with, amended, rescinded, waived or vetoed away. :-) - JFA in Montreal

9/01/2008 2:44 PM  
Anonymous Ken said...

It was perfectly predictable that the left would begin foaming at the mouth at the choice of Palin. Understand that it really has little to do with her qualifications, or her policies. It's simply the fact that women (as well as Blacks, Hispanics, gays and other minorities) are considered to be their property. Whenever a conservative woman rises to prominence, she's treated essentially as a run-away slave. The same thing happened with Clarence Thomas, J C Watts, Elizabeth Dole and others who have strayed from their proper places as either victims, needing the help of the government, or as active supporters of more government.

9/01/2008 7:30 PM  
Anonymous Nathan said...

I'm pretty sure you meant to type secession not succession

9/01/2008 8:34 PM  

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