Sarah Palin’s Wardrobe Was Headline News At Politico
First Lady’s $42,000 Diamond Bracelet, $1,000 handbag, $540 Lanvin Sneakers, ‘Priceless’ Gold Evening Gown, Not So Much
By Dell Hill
Here’s a chunk of truth and snark that would have Iowahawk smiling. It’s Posted by John Nolte at Breitbart’s Big Journalism.
I don’t care what Michelle Antoinette wears on her taxpayer-funded
lavish Hawaiian vacations with her husband President FailureTeleprompterDuffer.
Thanks to an autobiography that was probably ghost-written by domestic
terrorist Bill Ayers, Obama’s a millionaire and more power to him. If
the First Lady wants to lord over the peasantry her fashionable dresses and skirts and purses that cost enough to feed about 500 hungry families,
that’s Our Champions Of The Poor’s business. The same is true with
what the GOP chooses to spend their money on during a campaign. The
attacks directed at Governor Sarah Palin over the clothes supplied to
her during the 2008 election were silly, stupid intentional distractions
ginned up by Obama’s MSM Palace Guards.
isn’t silly and stupid is that the left-wing, journOlist-infested
institution known as Politico was obsessed with Palin’s wardrobe in ‘08
and one of the prime drivers of that narrative. Just for starters see here, here, here, and most especially here.
now for the news that will surprise no one. A good faith search has
revealed that the left-wing, journOlist-infested institution known as
Politico isn’t at all interested in Michelle Obama’s pricey wardrobe.
Nothing here or here. And if I did miss a mention, it still won’t compare to their Palin firestorm.
In their defense, however, Politico has been awfully busy. Why, there’s White House spin to spread, those hundreds of articles necessary
to cover 15 year-old harassment claims against Herman Cain, strategic
memos to craft in order to get Obama’s Occupy Wall Street allies back in the 2012 game, and the frantic journOlisiting necessary to protect Obama from critics of his excessive golfing.
After all, being consistent, objective, and unbiased requires time.
Bottom Line: I don’t think Politico will ever even resemble
consistent, objective and unbiased. They’re just doing what George
Soros pays them to do.
I will, however, continue to point it out.