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Thursday, July 22, 2010


From Daily Caller:

In the hours after Sen. John McCain announced his choice of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be his running mate in the last presidential race, members of an online forum called Journolist struggled to make sense of the pick. Many of them were liberal reporters, and in some cases their comments reflected a journalist’s instinct to figure out the meaning of a story....But in many other exchanges, the Journolisters clearly had another, more partisan goal in mind: to formulate the most effective talking points in order to defeat Palin and McCain and help elect Barack Obama president. The tone was more campaign headquarters than newsroom....The conversation began with a debate over how best to attack Sarah Palin. “Honestly, this pick reeks of desperation,” wrote Michael Cohen of the New America Foundation in the minutes after the news became public. “How can anyone logically argue that Sarah Pallin [sic], a one-term governor of Alaska, is qualified to be President of the United States? Train wreck, thy name is Sarah Pallin.”...Not a wise argument, responded Jonathan Stein, a reporter for Mother Jones. If McCain were asked about Palin’s inexperience, he could simply point to then candidate Barack Obama’s similarly thin resume. “Q: Sen. McCain, given Gov. Palin’s paltry experience, how is she qualified to be commander in chief?,” Stein asked hypothetically. “A: Well, she has much experience as the Democratic nominee.”

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James A. Bacon said...

Hi, Jody, sorry to communicate this way, but I can't find your contact info.

After eight long months, I am emerging from my dungeon/office/lair, having produced my magnum opus, "Boomergeddon: How runaway deficits will bankrupt the government and ruin retirement for aging baby boomers." It is a subject, I think that will appeal to conservative bloggers, and I would like to send you a copy.

(You can find details at

If you can oblige me by providing your mailing address, I will pop a book in the mail as soon as we get it from the printer.

Best regards,

Jim Bacon

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