So-called troopergate is a press corps fraud
Paul Richard Strange, Sr.
The passionate lust of the Obama/George Soros Press Corps is that they can convince enough Independent voters that Gov. Sarah Palin behaved unethically when she fired a commissioner, whose job existed at the pleasure of the Governor of Alaska.
Truth is NOT the aim of this "investigation" ( actually, perverted witch hunt driven by leftwing lust.)
This is a politically driven imitation of a scandal for the benefit of discouraging voters who are independent or McCain-leaning Democrats from listening to Gov. Palin.
The reporters engaged in this pretentious pursuit are only verifying what the public already suspects: they truly despise any woman in American politics who refuses to worship their god, whose name is "Roe v. Wade."
There are conservatives who who do not feel comfortable with the political advantages to the Feminist Movement that Gov. Palin represents.
Her conservative critics, however, are not trying to demean small town Americans, nor are they out to viciously assault the Palins as a family.
The leftwing NBC will stop at nothing to destroy any woman who is not a clone of Planned Parenthood with no independent mind. Hillary is a safe clone, even though she told ‘Life Magazine’ in 1994 she believes abortion is wrong.
Palin is hated by NBC because she doesn’t worship "Roe v. Wade," their god.
Sen. Obama says that abortion is a "tragedy" but doing anything at all about that tragedy is "above my paygrade."
Therefore, the George Soros wing of the Press Corps sees him as a friend.
Obama’s most recent ads are enough to make any citizen with even half a conscience want to puke!
This is sad for me, personally.
I never was an Obama supporter, to be sure. However, this time last year, I was impressed in a hopeful way that it was possible for the Democratic Party to actually nominate a candidate with a real conscience.
Now, I have to repent of such stupid naivete!
Troopergate is a pro-Obama fraud.
It’s a Press Corps Scam.
Sadly, however, it is not possible for mainstream political reporters to either think ethically, or to care about right and wrong.