Thursday, March 26, 2009

5 W's of honorable journalism: "Who what where when why" have turned into Liberal fascist "we they" whine (we evil-they victims)

Palin Goes After Media at GOP Dinner

Sarah Palin is teeing off on the media once again.
In a little-noticed speech to a GOP dinner in Alaska last week, Palin riffed for nearly an hour on a variety of topics — including her relationship with former McCain staffers, the Bush administration's anti-terror efforts, and actress Ashley Judd.
But the Alaska governor returned multiple times to the "unprecedented level of media slant" that she witnessed during her two-months on the Republican ticket with John McCain.
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Palin Taking AimNBC / Getty Images / AP / CBS10 photos Unlike some other unsuccessful vice-presidential candidates, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has remained squarely in the public eye since she and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., lost the GOP bid for the White House in November. Palin has commanded continued media attention as she speaks out against the press and about other issues. Click to see who she's been talking about.(Note: Please disable your pop-up blocker)

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Her speech, delivered last Friday to the Anchorage Lincoln Day Dinner, was recorded by the Alaska Republican Party and posted online Tuesday.
Reflecting on the campaign, Palin said there were "a variety of reasons" Republicans lost in November, namely the faltering economy, but she seemed to place most of the blame on the press.
Skip over this content "Some in the media actually participated in not so much the 'who-what-where-when-why' objective reporting on candidates and positions, those five W's that I learned when I had a journalism degree so many years ago in college, when the world of journalism was quite different than it is today," she said.
"No, things have changed," she continued. "But complaining? Or whining? Absolutely not. But I am going to call it like I see it. It doesn't do any good to whine about any of this. But I can call it like I see it. Sometimes it gets me in a lot of trouble when I speak candidly, and I speak from the heart and I do such a thing. But I am going to."
"And there was that media slant this go round," she said. "And unless things change, the GOP had really better can stand together, 'cause we got that on the battlefield also. I call it like I see it and like I lived it on the campaign trail. Not complaining, but dealing with reality."