Friday, October 10, 2008


Legislative panel finds that Palin abused her power. It's an AP report, FWIW. But since the fix was in from the beginning, it's not exactly a surprise. If only the media were as obsessed with Wright, Ayers, Dohrn, ACORN, Pfleger, Fannie-Freddie, etc., etc. Then again, our own candidate doesn't actually want to run against his opponent. Bad news, any way you look at it. Ugh! I've got to step away from the computer!

UPDATE: Beldar is all over this. Some key excerpts:

Please understand this, if you take nothing else away from reading this post: The Branchflower Report is a guess, a conclusion drawn by one guy, and it hasn't been approved or adopted or endorsed by so much as a single sub-committee of the Alaska Legislature, much less any kind of proper adjudicatory body. It contains no new bombshells in terms of factual revelations. Rather, it's just Steve Branchflower's opinion — after being hired and directed by one of Gov. Palin's most vocal opponents and one of Alaska's staunchest Obama supporters — that he thinks Gov. Palin had mixed motives for an action that even Branchflower admits she unquestionably had both (a) the complete right to perform and (b) other very good reasons to perform.

This is nonsense on stilts, but, alas, par for the course. If only 1/10th the effort to smear Palin had been put into legitimately investigating Obama, we wouldn't be threatened with the prospect of an Obama presidency...


Larry said...

The thing is so blatantly "wired" that if the whole world fails to see through it, we are indeed beyond hope.

Thiw iw so bad it may turn out to be a good thing for us.

Daria said...


I pray that you are correct! This whole campaign season is beginning to feel like "The Twilight Zone."

For the life of me, I just don't get what people see in Obama. It's truly unbelievable!