The last one has media bias in 2008
The top one is the quizing Obama voters. I never said the left fed them lines. They knew who could see Russia from her house (though she never said it ) but when asked about the 57 states some said Palin as a guess. They never heard anything about someone saying there were 57 states. but the sure knew Palin had a pregnant teenage daughter. Also never heard of Ayers.
Catawa is my favorite bleeding heart liberal.
Of course not.
I've shredded your each and every attempt to perpetuate the lie to yourself that Obama wasn't aided and abetted, propagandized for by those we now know as The JournOlists. Keep on trying... it ain't my bandwidth you're wasting.
I've admitted, Palin had a bad interview with Couric, but one bad interview by someone with core American values vs. someone who has been associated his entire adult life with scum, and anti-American scum; idiots HE sought out of his own fruition and is heralded as a brilliant viable candidate by the JournOlists... please. This was bias on a whole new level... a new low.
And yes Wright, Ayers and Khalidi are scum. His scum buddies.
Wright, Ayers, Khaidi... are divisive anti-American race baiters or terror supporters. Not only has Obama associated and been mentored by scum his entire adult life, he dropped some world class Miss America statements, and his gaffes were numerous, were Biden quality, and exceeded Biden in quantity. That takes talent, and it takes even more talent to ignore them.
Some of Obama's gaffes illustrated how hostile he is to a good portion of Americans; a view obviously shared by his journOlistic brethren.
And MacCauliffe, a former Clinton hatchet-man, may not have been scientific in his answer, but he didn't have to be; he was laughing his ass off because what he stated was the truth. The journOlists were in the bag for Obama.
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