Monday, April 6, 2009

Media Rips Palins Once Again

By Tony Mazur

Once again, the media is out to attack Sarah Palin and her family. No, folks, this is not a repeat of 2008.

The relationship between Bristol Palin and "baby's daddy" Levi Johnston appears to be over. Instead of ending things peacefully, Johnston and his family decided to go on their media rounds, appearing on The Tyra Banks Show last week. Johnston claims that the Palins are refusing to see his son, Tripp, born last year.

A spokeswoman for Governor Palin has released a statement:

"We're disappointed that Levi and his family, in a quest for fame, attention and fortune, are engaging in flat-out lies, gross exaggeration, and even distortion of their relationship."

With the midterm elections a mere nineteen months away, the media will take no chances in trying to ruin the lives of the Palins and the Republican party. They realize that the Obama administration's radical policies may be unpopular with the American public, so they want to trap any Republican in scandals galore to keep the Democrats in full power in 2011. That is why they are starting early by using this scumbag Levi Johnston as a puppet for their sinister plot against the Republicans.

The media continues to blast Sarah Palin with lie after lie, but when a real scandal pops up that has to do with a Democrat, it's a non-story.

A videotape of Ashley Biden, the daughter of Vice President Joe Biden, partaking in cocaine at a get-together in Delaware has surfaced, but the media has barely touched this story. Some commentators are defending Ashley, saying that she is still young and is trying to enjoy herself. Correct me if I'm wrong, but 27-years old isn't a college age (unless you're Chris Weinke).

The media must be bored with the Ashley Biden fiasco. But if a video of the Bush twins snorting cocaine off mirrors was leaked, the media would jump on it like Herman Edwards at the Meadowlands.

This is a time in our country when the American people deserve hard-hitting truths, not fluff pieces about how Michelle-O reminds the world of Jackie-O. But the rags continue to obsess over the love life of Bristol Palin, whom, if my facts are correct, is neither a celebrity nor politician.

The stench coming from the decaying media is acrid.

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