The American media is slobbering over the about to be released truck-load of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s emails while in office. Since the electrifying political firebrand lives rent-free inside the American media’s dense bone-domes two of the bigger news publications (The New York Times and The Washington Post) are reaching out to readers to help them sift through said emails to find whatever perceived ‘damning’ evidence they can twist and craft from the correspondences NOT meant for public consumption.
Remember, these are the same people looking to ease and buffer the current Weinergate as no big deal. The same people who always run to the defense of emails and wire communications of this nation’s enemies, outside and within. They are the very same people who refused to seriously and completely vet then candidate Obama in 2008 whose various sealed records and documents have been successfully denied FOIA, and continue to look the other way with his current un-Constitutional abrogations, not to mention his continuation and escalation of national security practices that Pres. Bush was damned for. Oh, and how about those ‘other’ wars he has started.
It is also the same media that refused to put any effort into sifting through the damning ClimateGate emails of the U.K.’s University of East Anglia. Instead, bloggers were blasted for ‘hacking’ into the contents of these emails. Never mind the planned world restructuring based on the university’s science fiction would greatly impact American freedoms/rights, and our economy more than anyone else’s in the world.
I would bet my house they will not be finding any sexually explicate self-portraits, or illicit correspondences between Palin and under-age staffers. Or bookkeeping for a prostitution ring being run out of her basement.
I am not certain who is worse … The NY Times or WaPo, or their readers that will feverishly and eagerly oblige the publications this free legwork on this unending trashing and witch hunt of Gov. Sarah Palin.
Cross-posted @ CW