Palin email headlines you don’t want to miss

Posted by: ST on June 10, 2011 at 6:13 pm

Really. Is there any way the Palin-hating mainstream media could embarass itself anymore than they have today over the release of 24,000 pages of emails from part of Sarah Palin’s time as Governor of Alaska?

Heck, I almost feel sorry for them.

Almost. :D

The most accurate headline, though, is this disappointed-sounding one from Politico:

Sarah Palin emails provide no big bombshells

And a quote from CNN’s Drew Griffin:

“What we are seeing so far is a hard working gov for the state of AK”

Next?

Palin emails

Reporters load boxes containing documents after being released on FRiday, June 10, 3011 in Juneau, Alaska. Emails from Sarah Palin's time as Alaska's governor asre being released Friday, morethan 2-1/2 years after they were first requested. (AP Photo/Brian Wallace)

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  1. Carlos says:

    Don’t worry, the LSM will find some damning evidence of one sort or another.

    It’ll probably be something along the lines of her saying how glad she is that she didn’t abort Trig. That will start anew all the Trig-birthers, and will give the feminazis new fodder with which to demonize her.

    So, this brings up the question: When will some conservative source file a FOIA request for the e-mails of some jackass governor? How long before those records are released? What kind of embarrassing sexploits will be discovered in them? What evidence of political skuduggery will be revealed?

    Just askin’.

  2. Posted to various blogs:

    The Guardian UK has checkboxes you can select to judge the Gov. Palin emails.

    Multiple-choice: Politically significant, About environment/oil, About money, Personal, Just funny,

    Pick one: Nothing of interest, Not very interesting, A bit fishy, Highly suspicious, and Palingate.

    Strange. No place for “positive,” “praiseworthy” or “good job”?
    Just an oversight, I’m sure. :-^

  3. Kate says:

    Once again the LSM has their knickers in a twist! They have now just about turned over every stone and used every tool at their disposal to find, just one incriminating thing, just one, just one hint of one….oh heck, they will just have to continue to make things up!

    You go Girl!
    Today’s Score LSM 0 Sarah Parlin 24,000

  4. Great White Rat says:

    Drew Griffin’s gonna be in big trouble with CNN for that comment.

  5. Drew the Infidel says:

    If any of the LSM crowd had even bothered to read one of Palin’s books, they would have known to skip the trip to Alaska. But, of course, they would have to clear out some of the perverted material on their bookshelves.

  6. Jim McDonald says:

    There is no bias in the LSM, it is Advocacy and Slander.

  7. Susan says:

    THe subject of the issue is not one Sarah Palin rather the subject is the obvious agit-propagandizing, jihad press crafting support of Statist authority.

    Those who blindly accept the agit-propagandized narrative, ie she who defends the restoration of a Free America “cannot win”, are themselves willfully submitting to media jihad.

    My hope is for America’s eyes to be unblinded by the media’s deception in their faces.

    If America’s press if not free, then we are not free.

  8. Swede says:

    Hey, it’s about time we got to dig through the Obama e-mails. Had that been done before ’08, his total lack of qualification for any job higher than community organizer would have been readily apparent, and the economy wouldn’t be in the rathole it is today…….

  9. Carlos says:

    That’s a pretty tall order, Swede. Remember, we’re talking about an affirmative action dude who probably doesn’t know how to use e-mails, and certainly has the spelling skills of a third grader.

  10. Paul says:

    Much to do about nothing…

  11. Rod Stanton says:

    Go SARAH!

  12. Jim says:

    The talking point you will here is that Palin’s husband played too big a role. They will run with that and run hard.

  13. Dave Lucas says:

    As of 1:14pm Saturday, the MSM is going back to Rep. Weiner. There’s nothing to find in Palin’s e-mail, so they’re moving along…

  14. Bill Fabrizio says:

    They hope to find a Palin tweet to Anthony the “Weiner the World Awaited”!

  15. Brontefan says:

    Appropriately put, Paul! I truly believe the media, the left, the Republican establishment, and some independents… are terrified of this truly Grass Roots woman who is exactly what she says she is… and actually cleaned up her own party first in Alaska. She’s a sharp, shrewd woman–and attractive!

  16. Kate says:

    All things being equal, why haven’t they filed a FOIA for ALL state governors…just asking?

    They might really get a kick out of Elliot Spitzers….

  17. serfer62 says:

    This is whuy they didn’t explore OHbamaCare, they were saving their efforts for the e-mails.

  18. Lorica says:

    I find it incredibly odd, and rather disturbing that the idiots in the suck up news media have spent more time going over these emails than informing us regarding our current President. Such a sad state of affairs for this country. – Lorica

  19. captaingrumpy says:

    Sorry,but to me this looking at others E-Mail is illegal in some way. I would have thought that although she was employed by the state,her E-mails are personal.I think I’m looking at corporate confidentiality.Like the CEO of Ford, can’t look at the E-mails of the CEO of GE.How you run a state or company is valuable information.Just my thought.

  20. Carlos says:

    Most employers retain the right to look at what company computers are used for, captaingrumpy, so the state has every right to look at them, “the state” being “the people.” I don’t find any wrongdoing in asking for the info, but agree with Kate: When are we going to see FOIAs for the other 49?

    And it appears the only bombshell here is Sarah herself…

  21. politicaljules says:

    :d I have read some of the headlines and some of the emails. Funny thing… They make her more likable. She certainly is impressive to me!

  22. George Robinson says:

    I love MY Sarah. If the pinkos’ find anything in her stuff send them slimeballs down here to Texas, we’ll do what one does with useless bits of detritus, use it for target practice.