Thingish Things

The Sarah Palin Witch Trials

Written By: William F. B. O'Reilly - Jun• 10•11

Did I miss something or is the American political establishment and news industry overtly digging through hundreds of thousands of Sarah Palin’s emails in an openly stated effort to find something to embarrass her?  Just Sarah Palin’s?  And is it me, or this being reported in the news as a veritable gotcha game where the American public can play along?

Please tell me President Obama’s emails are being looked at, too (oh, of course not; he’s President of the United States.)  Or that Mitt Romney’s, Michelle Bachmann’s, and Tim Pawlenty’s emails are being systematically scoured.  Please tell me it isn’t just Sarah Palin being targeted here…

Is this really happening right before our eyes with no one protesting?

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  1. Yeah, but... says:

    I think its in everyone’s best interest to bring the sun to her. I’ve had enough of her ridiculous, Icarus-like rise in American politics. And she ain’t helping our side out AT ALL.

  2. Your Friend says:

    This woman has no shame so there’s no way that aything that is found will embarrass her in any way.

  3. Me says:

    That woman is such an embarrassment. Good thing she wasn’t around in 1920 or we never would have gotten the right to vote. I simply cannot understand how she has a single supporter.

    • Billy says:

      Like her or not, it’s still a witch hunt.

      • Me says:

        I’ll bring the torch. Dwight can bring the marshmallows.

        • Your Friend says:

          I’ll bring a truck full of Stay Puft. But, Billy, can you remind me exactly when politics is not a witch hunt? Maybe I’m missing something, but I thought the term “gotcha politics” was invented to describe the political witch hunt. Who better to hunt than the woman who kills innocent animals from a helicopter?

          • Me says:

            I have nothing in particular to add. I just want to see how many subfields we can extend this to!

  4. Me says:

    I guess 4 is the limit!

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