The other day the morning paper editors were busy lecturing conservatives about how many of them went to the defense of Cliven Bundy. And in their effort to bolster their point that conservatives fall in love the wrong kind of people they made a remarkable statement. To wit:
We saw it in the 2008 presidential election when John McCain took a chance with a virtual unknown -- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin -- as his running mate. While she was quick to inspire many with a convention speech for the ages, she showed a lack of depth on issues Americans should require of their leaders.
See what they did there? "[S]he showed a lack of dept on issues American should require of their leaders." The media were so busy hammering Palin that they forgot to vet Barack Obama the first time, they ignored his lack of depth on issues Americans should require of their leaders both times, and they got him elected twice. That's what love will do to you.
US efforts have exposed vast differences in Mideast
The Palestinians and Israelis have differences. Who knew? Apparently we all do now, because the Obama administration has exposed them. That's something one might expect to see in the Onion.
Meanwhile, for a better take on the media and Cliven Bundy, see News Media Ambush Cliven Bundy where Edward Cline chastises conservatives for turning tail when the media uses their old tricks on them.
Editor's note: If the morning paper disappoints you so much why did you pay $208 for a full year's supply? Robo-ed. | It's a bargain when you think of it as a source for material. Sleepless.