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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Palin: Media Covering Up Available Interviews

Sarah Palin says the dastardly, liberal media has been hiding comments by Barack Obama about coal plants for months! Where, you ask, have they kept them hidden? First, they hid them by publishing the comments in the San Francisco Chronicle. Then, they further hid them by making the audio of the comments available online! What will they do next? Tell Palin voters how to use the Internet so they can actually find them? What bastards! From CNN:
Campaigning in coal country just two days before the presidential election, Sarah Palin is highlighting an interview Barack Obama gave to the San Francisco Chronicle in January in which the Democrat suggested coal plants would be bankrupted by his cap-and-trade proposal.

Audio of Obama’s comments began bubbling up on major conservative blogs over the last 24 hours, and Palin wondered why voters were only now hearing about the remarks. The insinuation that the Chronicle had been hiding the coal comments from the public brought about shouts of “Liberal media!” from the crowd.

“Why is the audio tape just now surfacing?,” Palin asked. “This interview was given to San Francisco folks many, many months ago. You should have known about this, so that you would have better decision-making information as you go into the voting booth.”

Contrary to her attempts to portray a media cover-up, audio and video recordings of Obama’s January 17 sit-down with the Chronicle editorial board have been freely available online for more than nine months.

Palin also accused Tina Fey of secretly portraying her on SNL, Barack Obama of secretly campaigning as a democrat, and John McCain of secretly calling her a maverick.

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