Leftist Mainstream Media Shows Typical Blatant Bias Over Sarah Palin’s Palm

There’s a saying that when you point at someone, three fingers are pointing back at you.  That pretty much sums up what happens when the left attacks Sarah Palin.

Palin’s Palm Holds the Answers
by Mike Krumboltz

Remember those quizzes you had on the state capitals back in junior high? Oh, the pressure! The temptation to write “Pierre, Olympia, Dover, Albany” on the inside of your hand was overwhelming, wasn’t it? But you resisted. Maybe Sarah Palin should have done the same.

The former vice presidential candidate seems to have been caught using curious crib notes during an interview this past weekend at the high-profile Tea Party Convention in Nashville. While speaking about her top political priorities, Ms. Palin gazed at her hand in a rather suspicious manner.

Later, Web researchers zoomed in on her left palm and found the following words scrawled in black ink: “Energy, Budget cuts (with “budget” crossed out), Tax, Lift American Spirits.” In an ironic twist during the speech, Ms. Palin worked in a jab against President Obama’s often-mocked use of TelePrompTers. You can watch the clip below or check out a close-up here.

Following the flap, the Web went wild. Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC mocked Ms. Palin by relying on her own crib notes to recap highlights from Palin’s appearance. Her keynote speech, it should be noted, had the crowd on its feet. “Run, Sarah, run,” the crowd chanted (as in “please run for president in 2012”).

But palm-gate wasn’t the only bit of news sparked by Palin. Her defense of Rush Limbaugh’s use of the word “retards” raised eyebrows, as well. On Fox News Sunday, the anti “r-word” crusader contended that Limbaugh had used the word in the context of political humor and satire. Earlier in the week, the difference between her angry reaction to White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s use of the “slur” and a more restrained response to Limbaugh’s made from some awkward fallout. Web searches on “sarah palin on fox news” and “palin limbaugh” have both surged as the controversy swirled.

Let’s start with Rahm Emanuel, Rush Limbaugh, and the expression “f-ing retarded.”  The mainstream liberal media is every bit as brain dead idiot stupid as Rahm Emanuel said as the ranks of the liberal activists that today’s journalists are largely drawn from.  Otherwise they would understand that Rush Limbaugh used the phrase the day after the Emanuel usage came out to derisively direct attention to what Obama’s chief of staff had said.

They couldn’t be more profoundly stupid to think that Rush Limbaugh just happened to use the same phrase – all the while repeatedly invoking Rahm Emanuel’s name – on his own to express the same sort of bias Emanuel had exhibited.

The mainstream media are not merely partisan ideological propagandists; they are dumbass partisan ideological propagandists.

By this idiotic logic, we should arrest all the female police officers who pose as prostitutes to bust johns for prostitution.

And it’s this unbelievable stupidity that made Rush essentially say, “Maybe Rahm Emanuel was right in using the phrase to refer to leftists.”  Because if ANYBODY is “f-ing retarded,” it is the left.

And for all the derision of being as dumb as a box of rocks, Sarah Palin demonstrates again that she is still smarter than every single member of the mainstream media combined.  Because she understands the difference between Rahm Emanuel using a disparaging term to mock the diminished intellects of the far left, and Rush Limbaugh’s using the same term to mock Rahm Emanuel and the galling self-righteous hypocrisy of the left.

And now let us regard the 4 words/phrases that Sarah Palin wrote on her palm.

I mean, really?

The moron-in-chief we elected as president is such a babbling idiot without his teleprompter –

– that he is forced to bring his teleprompters with him WHEREVER he goes lest he sounds like, well, what Rahm Emanuel said.

And “WHEREVER” includes sixth grade classrooms, folks:

Sarah Palin had a couple of words on her palm to help her remember a few ideas she wanted to make sure she covered.  Barack Obama has to have every single word scripted to ensure he doesn’t drool while he babbles incoherently.

So you go ahead and mock Sarah Palin for having a few words on her palm, liberals.

Just realize that you are implicitly acknowledging that your Obama Messiah is 50,000 times more stupid than Sarah Palin is by the very standard you are attacking her over.

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8 Responses to “Leftist Mainstream Media Shows Typical Blatant Bias Over Sarah Palin’s Palm”

  1. HL Says:

    Their desperation and stupidity seemingly knows no bounds. I mean seriously, not being able to distinguish between Emmanuel’s remark and Rush’s, and comparing a few notes on Palin’s palm with Obama and his dependence on his teleprompter is just plain STUPID!!!

    Maybe they are jealous of Sarah Palin as well as afraid of her. I read an article yesterday that stated that she is earning eight figures for her book deal, $100,000.00 per speaking engagement and FOX News is building a studio on her property in Alaska for her to do her commentating from home. FOX is also paying her a great salary. Go Sarah!!!

    Yeah, Sarah Palin is REALLY dumb! Eat your heart out Andrea Mitchell, you don’t hold a candle to the beautious Sarah Palin.

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    Interesting info about Palin’s earnings. Didn’t know. After what she’s gone through from the unhinged leftist hate, she deserves every penny.

    I’ve got conflicting thoughts about Sarah Palin as a potential. On an individual level, I think she’s great. She’s got a rare degree of common sense to go along with the courage and integrity that I believe oozes out of her life story.

    She was lambasted on all sides for stepping down as governor. I dare say that she was proven completely right, and all her naysayers were proven completely wrong.

    That said, I do wonder about a Sarah Palin presidency for two reasons – both of which relate to why Obama is already demonstrating that he is a failure.

    1) She’s very young. I would like to see my president – be it a ‘him’ or a ‘her’ – someone coming out of a lifetime of experience in both the business and political side. I want my president to be in the mid-sixties, with the presidency being the capstone of a lifetime of demonstrated leadership.

    2) She has had virtually no access to Washington. A lot of people see this as good, but you want your president to understand Washington and the people who fill administrations. Sarah Palin would have a very difficult time filling out a cabinet, and would need the same “Svengali” guidance that Obama had in filling HIS cabinet and appointments. Glenn Beck despises John McCain, but a John McCain would be able to surround himself with top people that HE knows, and Sarah Palin would have to trust someone else’s judgment. Palin, coming from Alaska (about as far away as she can possibly come from), may well be too “outside the beltway” to be able to make the type of changes we need.

    Neither of those two things knock Sarah personally; like I said, I think she is personally marvelous, and I trust her integrity and her common sense.

    A lot of people are giving Scott Brown (his election) credit for killing heath care. That may be; but I give Sarah Palin the credit for changing the nature of the debate with her “death panel” facebook entry, and believe it prolonged the debate long enough for the Brown election to happen. Sarah Palin changed the entire debate – and put the left on the defensive for the first time.

    I very much support what Sarah is doing now. I see her as a modern day Hannah, and WANT her in the public eye, leading the conservative movement.

  3. HL Says:

    Well reasoned points, Michael. It’s going to be interesting to see what unfolds.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    I’ll fight for Sarah Palin, as I think she’s one of the most courageous and most inspirational figures in politics today. But I can’t promise I’ll vote for her if she runs in 2012 (and I think she’d be better off waiting and continuing to develop herself for the future).

    I’m sure glad she’s out there, giving Obama and the Democrats hell.

    In a funny way, the unhinged liberal hate-fest of Sarah Palin is what gives her a lot of her power. As long as the left keeps talking about everything she does, she stays in the news.

  5. HL Says:

    Hi Michael. I wanted to pass this along to you, it really touched my heart. It will probably drive the Liberals berserk.

    http://nicedeb.wordpress.com/2010/02/11/o-america-a-video-tribute-to-sarah-palin/

  6. Michael Eden Says:

    It touched my heart, too, HL. But maybe for somewhat different reasons.

    I’ve been to Yosemite twice in my life – and I cried both times I was there. The first time I went backpacking; the second time I wasn’t in shape to go backpacking, and I wanted to see MORE of the beauty that had made me cry the first time. And I was looking at the scenery and crying at beauty beyond my imagination that was actually REAL.

    Yosemite Park is what I imagine the earth being like during the Millennium; beauty and majesty that just takes your breath away, in any direction you look.

    And I like having lovely ladies sing to me. Big fan of great female vocals. Really like Celtic Woman.

    As for the “Sarah Palin” part, I have this to say: I hope she lives up to the adoring message of this video. I think she has the potential. I truly admire her. Sarah Palin is a beautiful lady with more courage and more common sense than anyone I’m seeing on the political scene.

    But that said – and I think Palin would agree with me – she hasn’t really accomplished enough yet to merit that adoration. I’m very wary of going too far, the way libs did with Barack Obama (who had accomplished even LESS).

    I hope we’re singing this song to this video in twenty years, after Sarah Palin has led the country back to greatness.

    I think of the founding fathers, and in particular George Washington. When we think of him, we celebrate his incredible accomplishments – not the “hope and change” in anticipation of what he might someday do.

    What Sarah Palin deserves right now is not “adoration” but a fair hearing, that people would set aside the mainstream media demagoguery that she’s “stupid” and give her ideas and her vision a fair hearing. I don’t think she wants a personality cult like what Obama had but the privilege of having our respect and our trust that she will help lead us to the vision of a strong, free, independent America.

    I don’t point all this out for your sake, HL. I know you know all that, and probably better than I do. But we don’t want people to think we’re propping up Sarah Palin as the next young hype; we want to listen to her ideas and comprehend her vision for the country, and if we approve of it, help her convince the rest of the nation.

  7. HL Says:

    I know what you mean about Yosemite. Whenever someone asks me about beautiful places to visit I tell them to go to Yosemite. I’ve been to many lovely places in America and to me, Yosemite tops them all.
    California was my birthplace and home for most of my life. I had the blessed opportunity to explore Yosemite and also take our children there as well. Sadly, govenment regulations made business so oppressive for us we left years ago.

    I think one of the reasons I so appreciate Sarah Palin at this point is that I think she truly loves America as I do and is willing to tell the truth about Obama and his dangerous policies. I also really appreciated how she went after corruption while governing and was fiscally conservative .

  8. Michael Eden Says:

    California is now demonstrating the truthfulness of the analogy that rats (at least the smart ones) really
    DO leave sinking ships.

    Glad you’ve been able to rest your soul at Yosemite.

    Your reasons for appreciating Sarah Palin are quite valid. Her personal story prior to being named to the McCain ticket is extremely compelling – and it was during that period that “Sarah Barracuda” demonstrated her personal courage and toughness. When she resigned from the oil commission over the corruption of the then Republican governor, she was in a courage and integrity league by herself.

    On top of that, she may well have been the voice who changed the health care debate by putting Democrats on the defensive for the first time.

    She’s got a great deal of promise.

    But I hope that we don’t try to give her her Nobel Prize just yet (cf. Obama). I want to “hype” her ideas, not her personality cult status. I truly think that will be far better for the country AND for Sarah Palin in the long run.

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