Free Sarah Palin

CNN’s Campbell Brown calls out the McCain campaign for hiding Sarah Palin from the media, turning their annoying claim of sexist treatment on its head:

Especially poignant in light of John McCain’s apparent wimping out of his first debate with Obama this Friday, in an effort to postpone the VP debate even further.

[edit] And this is what happens when they do let Sarah Palin answer questions, she is like a grade-school teacher awkwardly trying to patronize Katie Couric:

24 thoughts on “Free Sarah Palin

  1. Anonymous

    12:57, I challenge you to find a single instance of a current democratic candidate acting as unbelievably uninformed as Palin.

  2. Anonymous

    12:57, I challenge you to find a single instance of a current democratic candidate acting as unbelievably uninformed as Palin.

  3. Anonymous

    wtf, 12:57? “a proper place for this sort of thing”? this is a blog, related to student life. student life includes both funny videos and politics. this is both.wesleying writes stuff of interest to the community. if you don’t want to stay informed, don’t read it.

  4. Anonymous

    wtf, 12:57? “a proper place for this sort of thing”? this is a blog, related to student life. student life includes both funny videos and politics. this is both.

    wesleying writes stuff of interest to the community. if you don’t want to stay informed, don’t read it.

  5. Anonymous

    Wesleying never stopped being about campus news and events. In addition, most Wes students are strongly liberal, and clearly many readers of this blog care about politics. And objectively speaking, the Republicans simply provide a lot more opportunities for ridicule. So, unless Obama/Biden do anything hilariously inappropriate or upsetting, wesleying probably won’t be posting things criticizing them.

  6. Anonymous

    Wesleying never stopped being about campus news and events.

    In addition, most Wes students are strongly liberal, and clearly many readers of this blog care about politics. And objectively speaking, the Republicans simply provide a lot more opportunities for ridicule. So, unless Obama/Biden do anything hilariously inappropriate or upsetting, wesleying probably won’t be posting things criticizing them.

  7. Anonymous

    So when did Wesleying stop being about campus news and events, and more about catapulting Democratic messages and talking points? When are we going to start seeing videos featuring criticisms of Obama/Biden?Disclaimer: I don’t support the McCain campaign, I just don’t think this is a proper place for this sort of thing.

  8. Anonymous

    So when did Wesleying stop being about campus news and events, and more about catapulting Democratic messages and talking points? When are we going to start seeing videos featuring criticisms of Obama/Biden?

    Disclaimer: I don’t support the McCain campaign, I just don’t think this is a proper place for this sort of thing.

  9. Anonymous

    Given her policy track record in Alaska, I think it’s wise for the McCain campaign to make sure nobody reports on her saying something stupid

  10. Anonymous

    Given her policy track record in Alaska, I think it’s wise for the McCain campaign to make sure nobody reports on her saying something stupid

  11. Anonymous

    You should post Palin’s interview with Katie Couric too, it was priceless. His campaign is going down the gutters.

  12. Anonymous

    You should post Palin’s interview with Katie Couric too, it was priceless. His campaign is going down the gutters.

  13. Anonymous

    I think it has more to do with her being a total nitwit, although it would be hard to argue that there’s absolutely no sexism involved.

  14. Anonymous

    I think it has more to do with her being a total nitwit, although it would be hard to argue that there’s absolutely no sexism involved.

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