Sarah Palin is set to "Go Rogue" nationally. Part 2
The media's reporting of Sarah Palin reminds me of how the three wicked stepsisters treated Cinderalla. Liberals in the media went after Sarah Palin from day one. I still can't recall a positive story they've written about her yet. Then again, I can't recall a negative story written by the media on Barack Obama. Just put two plus two together on why that is. The media elites believe they are the smartest people in the room. They fester in the big urban cities putting out their propaganda thinking that with every newscast and newspaper run, they are manipulating public opinion to favor their way of thinking. Newsweek is no fan of Sarah Palin. Newsweek is a liberal rag publication mascaraing as a news magazine. Newsweek announced that they are over dozens of workers due to the "economic climate" in publishing. Of course the grand neophytes will never come to grips with the real reason for why people aren't reading their garbage they pass off as the news. The masses simply no longer accept the propaganda passed off by Newsweek and similar publications as legitimate news. Last year, Newsweek's first cover story on Sarah Palin was entitled "She's one of the folks". The sub headline read "And that's the problem". The "problem" as Newsweek put it really was with them and not the blue collar folks in America that don't read their magazine. Liberals adore other elitist liberals who they feel are the pinnacle of intellectual sophistication. That is why liberals are fierce defenders and advocates of Barack Obama. Obama's is a big city Chicago political liberal elitist that has attended Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Princeton. Sarah Palin to the editors of Newsweek, Newsday, Time Magazine, The New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times is simply a backwards, unsophisticated, gun hunting, bible thumping, pro life hick that comes from a remote conservative Red State in the wastelnad of Alaska. With the way the elitist think, Sarah Palin shouldn't have never even been on the national stage last year. She's a "hockey mom". It's like god forbid a "normal" traditional values woman dare think she should challenge the liberal power establishment elites in Washington. The stress among liberals in the media might be finally starting to make them crack in frustration. I came across this story on Hotair the other day. The latest cover of Sarah Palin by Newsweek that will come out on the 23rd might as well have been a confession of their hatred for her. Newsweek's latest cover smear actually piggybacks on their original headline of her being being "one of the folks". What problem is Sarah Palin causing? The only problem I see Palin causing is to Obama's agenda. The "problem" is that Sarah Palin is once again connecting with the "folks". That is what Newsweek and the rest of the media can't stand. This was an exchange between Bill O'Reily and Bernie Goldberg on the vicious comments a lies that the editors of Newsweek leveed at Palin.
Those common folks are paying more attention to her and trust her more then the elitist liberals in the media. Is Sarah Palin bad news to the GOP according to Newsweek? The answer is yes and no. The GOP is actually it's own worst enemy right now. As I stated in part 1, Sarah Palin was the one drawing the rock star crowds and energizing the Republican base not the incoherent and wishy washy John McCain. I wonder how many people who work for Newsweek are registered Republicans? It's so manipulative how liberal rags that are run by card carrying liberal democrats put out their spew on how the GOP needs to moderate in order to win elections. These intellectual trolls know full well that they can care less about the GOP. They put out their stories as merely a way to fool the gullible moderate leadership within the GOP to actually do what they say so conservatives won't come out to vote thus insuring liberal Democrats win. Part of the Newsweek sub headline, "She's bad news for everybody else" might has well have been printed in neon colors by Newsweek. Why don't they tell us how they really feel about the woman? So I guess Americans should heed the advice of the wizards of smart at Newsweek and stay clear of Sarah Palin, because she is "bad news" to the masses. Palin's book won't be released until Tuesday, and the Obama approved network anchors are already trying to trash the book and discredit Palin. If I was Sarah Palin, I wouldn't hold out waiting for any Christmas Party invites from the liberal propagandist Andrea Mitchell of NBC News and MSNBC. The coverage in her segment tonight on the NBC Nightly News was as to be expected. It was all one sided giving absolute favor to the anti Palin faction that was within the McCain campaign. I guess Andrea's piece was her attempt at "balanced journalism" without the otherside to actually provide "balance". In the end it doesn't even matter. Most Americans feel that the media has a bias against Sarah Palin anyways. So all the media is doing with every hit piece on Palin is just reinforcing why people no longer trust the media. In a poll conducted by Gallup on July 7th of this year three days after Sarah announced she was resigning as Governor of Alaska, the poll showed that 53% claimed that the news media's coverage of Palin was "unfairly negative," and only 9% said it was "unfairly positive". I would love to check the IQ's of the 9% who took part in that poll. If mainstream America gave a rat's rear end about rags like Newsweek, they wouldn't be laying off people and facing bankruptcy right now. Liberal publications were laying off people long before the economy went south. So once again, they aren't fooling anyone except themselves and the few elites that read it's "publication". As Sarah attends her book signings, look for the media to attack "the folks" that come out to greet her. Palin has already been dubbed by the media half wits as the "leader of the birthers". One last note, Bill O'Reily figured it out. Liberals don't merely disagree with what she stand for. They HATE HER EXISTENCE PERIOD!! Why don't Newsweek put that in print?