Having to Concede That

…had to have left a mark.

…The e-mails provide a revealing look at an ambitious rookie politician finding her way in the corridors of power, from small-town mayor turned governor to the surprise pick as running mate to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz). They also provide hints of the kind of chief executive that Palin might become if she were to choose to make a run for the White House and were able to secure her party’s nomination and defeat President Obama.

The messages underscore Palin’s role as a sincere budget-cutter and an opponent of pork-barrel spending, an issue with particular resonance nationally…

Thank God the WaPo didn’t spend a lot of their OWN money on the folks crawling fruitlessly up Sarah’s electronic derriere searching for the non-existent smoking gun, only to have to cough up an admission of such epic import in conflict with their initial intentions.

Now. Will they ever get around to finding out what’s IN the ObamaCare Bill and accurately characterizing that as well?

Stay tuned. But don’t do any “breath holding”.

We’re not sure you’re covered yet.

3 Responses to “Having to Concede That”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    So, any big clamor by the MSM to see Obama’s emails from when he was a State Senator? How about his grades/transcript from college? I mean, since he is the Super Genius™ I’m sure they’re all 100s.

    The MSM’s pathological obsession with a person who has not held a Governmental position for several years is, well, pathological.

    It beggars belief.

  2. JeffS says:

    I consider these “journalists” as being nucking futts, each and every one of the clowns.

  3. Michael Lonie says:

    This bit of media insanity shows one thing, Sarah Palin doesn’t have any smoking gun scandals that might come out during an election campaign. The nucking futz howler monkeys of the media would have found them by now. All that will be left to them in inventing fictional scandals, like the Bush TANG memos. Don’t think they won’t if Sarah runs, even if it’s only for dogcatcher in Wasilla.

    She’d make a better president than any man now running, and most of the prospects who have not yet thrown their hats in the ring. She’d certainly make a better president than the one we have now.

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