Friday, September 12, 2008

Gibson Misquotes Palin

Gibson and the rest of the MSM have turned her actual quote into something completely different.

Here's the exchange from last night:

Here's what Palin actually said:

"Pray for our military men and women who are striving to do what is right. Also, for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders, are sending [U.S. soldiers] out on a task that is from God," she exhorted the congregants. "That's what we have to make sure that we're praying for, that there is a plan and that that plan is God's plan."

Here's the actual video:

This is journalism at its most shoddy. Can there be any doubt that the MSM is out to get this woman, while at the same time being completely in the tank for Sen. Obama? Meanwhile, I'm struggling to find a job as a reporter. Go figure.

Journalism this bad requires a great deal of...oh...what's the word I'm looking for? How about "hubris?"

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misanthropicus said...

... and you ain't seen nothing yet:

"Should I be worried about being a slave, about being returned to slavery because certain things happened in the Constitution that you had to change?"

Whoopi Goldberg on ABC's VIEW asking John McCain - at the liberals talk about lynching, distorting the truth, rape and so on and so forth...

Anonymous said...

Gibson asked Palin a question aboutr Israel and Iran. Palin answered, but Gibson asked her again and again despite her initial answer which she repeated twice more. The MSM then claims she is programmed when in fact PAlin answered the question, but Gibson did not like the answer.

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Palin seems to have given the right Republican answers, and she twisted Hillary's knife in Obama's wound.

As to NATO, she did learn something from being a small-town mayor: a contrat, and a treaty is a contract, must be respected.


777denny said...

Like John McCain said, "Stand up" for America! Stand up for what's right! Stand up for the truth! Stand up for Sarah Palin!

Shannonymous said...

OMG Gibson went sooooo easy on her and you guys are complaining? You should be happy he stuck to her script. LOL.

Jen G said...

Why hasn't anyone here mentioned the fact that she didn't know what the Bush Doctrine was? Try as I might to listen to what each candidate has to say and hear them out, that one really shocked me. Kinda like when she said "nucular" instead of "nuclear" in her VP announcement speech. I am truly disappointed in the Republican Party for picking a VP that is so ill-informed. I may disagree with many of McCain's ideals (although I do agree with some), but at least I respect his intelligence. He is smart, articulate, understands Washington and world politics, and has served our country in numerous, highly respectable ways. But from day one, Palin has seemed to me like a "lowering of standards" by the Republican party and, if they win, an admission to the world that our nation as a whole has lowered our standards for world leaders. I'm ashamed that they would rather pick a running mate that gets a lot of buzz and possibly wins the election, rather than a candidate in whom the nation can trust if she is called to serve.

Here's a good quote... said...

In view of the daily mauling by the established press (NYT) regarding the nomination of Palin for
vice president, it is interesting to note what the New York Times had written about Geraldine Ferraro
when she was nominated about 25 years ago.
This is what the paper had to say on July 3, 1984:
“Where is it written that only senators are qualified to become President?...Or where is it written that mere representatives aren’t qualified, like Geraldin Ferraro of Queens?.... Where is it written that governors and mayors, like Dianne Feinstein of San Francisco, are too local, too provincial? Presidential candidates
have always chosen their running mates for reasons of practical demography, not idealized democracy….
What a splendid system, we say to ourselves, that takes little-known men, tests them in high office and
permits then to grow into statesmen…. Why shouldn’t a little-known woman have the same opportunity to grow?”

And we all know, The New York Times takes its opportunity every election!

knowitall said...

The mainstream media illuminati have been doing the misquoting thing long before Palin, it just got noticed more so with her, because their liberal bias has been out of control.