Last night Governor Palin gave two interviews on Fox: one to Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel, and one to Eric Bolling on the Fox Business Network. During these two interviews, Governor Palin was questioned on a wide range of topics. She refused to let Newt off the hook for his idiotic comments on Paul Ryan’s budget plan, to date the only credible deficit reduction plan yet offered on either side. (Sorry Politico, Obama’s so-called plan was a joke, and nobody with a modicum of economic literacy saw it as anything other than a pandering campaign speech). Last night the Governor also sharply rebuked the crony capitalism and outright corruption involved in Obama’s decision to grant 20% of new Obamacare waivers to, surprise, Nancy Pelosi’s district where less than 1% of the nation’s population resides. What a coincidence, heh.
The Governor also opined on several other newsworthy topics including David Gregory’s laughably transparent propagandizing and the upcoming 2012 presidential election: what the salient issues will be, the importance of candidates having solid records, and the relevancy of the debates, among other things. With all this newsworthy material with which to put together an article, what do you think the Politico’s Andy Barr focused on? The Obamacare – Pelosi corruption? Newt’s fatuity? David Gregory’s agenda? Deficit reduction? Er….not exactly:
Sarah Palin said Wednesday night that she finds Arnold Schwarzenegger’s behavior “disgusting.”
The former Alaska governor lit into the ex-Governator over his admission that he had fathered a child outside his marriage and kept it a secret for the last 10 years.
“It is irresponsible and pretty disgusting things that he did to deny that he had a child for 10 years,” Palin said on Fox Business Network, adding that he had shown “bad character.”
“I feel so bad for his children,” she said. “It must be quite embarrassing for them.”
That’s it, folks. That’s Little Andy’s entire article. During both interviews, Governor Palin spent practically the entire time opining on substantive issues and events. But since she, toward the end of her interview with Bolling, was kind enough to respond to his question on the ”Governator’s” latest antics, that’s what this *ss clown focuses on. To put this in perspective, the two interviews ran a combined 21 and a half minutes, and she spent about 20 seconds answering Bolling’s question on Schwarzenegger. Don’t believe me? Have a look for yourself, courtesy of The Right Scoop. The relevant part begins at about the 5:58 mark:
Does anyone honestly believe the Politico doesn’t have an agenda? Seriously?
Update: (h/t jeffjackie) Little Andy pulled the same crap with Governor Palin’s speech in Madison, Wisconsin last month.