Post Author: Will Rhodes
Palin says bloggers lie…
The irony of that is a blog post all on its own – but still.
The Alaska governor, who has granted a steady stream of interviews since Election Day, also told an Esquire reporter that she wishes she had told McCain campaign advisors she’d be “callin’ some of the shots.”
“Bored, anonymous, pathetic bloggers who lie annoy me….
So the bloggers are still asking the ever after question of, “Is Trigg really your kid?” Well no – It was Anchorage Daily News – you know, a credible paper? So if those who work for the paper are, obviously reading blogs to get he questions that they should be asking people like the fair lady – what is credible, the blogs or the newspapers?
But Palin said she had adopted a philosophical attitude on the downside of the spotlight. “You have to let it go,” she said. “Even hard news sources, credible news sources — the comment about, you can see Russia from Alaska. You can! You can see Russia from Alaska. Something like that — a factual statement that was taken out of context and mocked — what you have to do is let that go.”
There are still people who really do believe that this woman should run, and could win, the White House in 2012 – yeah, really!
Despite a season of barbs aimed at the coastal elites, Palin seemed to offer an olive branch to the Big Apple: “I would think we all tear up during the national anthem at the beginning of a baseball game, don’t we? That’s an alikeness(?) between Alaskans and New Yorkers,” she said.
From the CNN blog (ironic, no?):
Update: In an Anchorage Daily News column published last week, the paper’s editor said the only questions reporters there had asked about Trig’s birth came when the paper undertook a project to debunk conspiracy theories surrounding the event, but that they had abandoned the effort because of a lack of cooperation from the Palin family.
“I don’t believe we have ever published in the newspaper a story, a letter, a column or anything alleging a coverup surrounding your maternity,” wrote the editor in an e-mail sent to Palin and reprinted on the paper’s blog. “In fact, my integrity and the integrity of the newspaper have been repeatedly attacked in national forums for our complicity in the ‘coverup.’
Later, he added: “…So I don’t understand the behavior of the governor’s press office. Did the governor not share my email with the press staff? Did the press staff deliberately ignore what I said in order to have a longer list of press ‘outrages’? Or are they just sloppy with details? I don’t know.”
Seriously – you cannot make this shit up!