By The Right Scoop


Does Sarah Palin have breast implants? Who cares, right? Well, the left seems to care an awful lot, as they try and find any way possible to tear her down.

Greta does ask her, and she actually answers the question. But I’m gonna make you watch to find out the answer:

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  • http://stopislamizationofamerica.blogspot.com/ Art Telles

    As Sarah said, a waste of time…

    Shallow thinkers… wading in the shallow end of the intellectual pool. Yep!

    Art

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    “The left”, as far as I know, doesn't really care about this at all. Wonkette is always stirring up the pot (think Mark Levin but on the other side of issues) and Gawker is a gossip blog, and the story you linked to is in the Daily News, which is one of the more right-leaning papers in NY.

    I haven't seen anything about it on any of the major news outlets, and I am a member of “the left”.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    “The left”, as far as I know, doesn't really care about this at all. Wonkette is always stirring up the pot (think Mark Levin but on the other side of issues) and Gawker is a gossip blog, and the story you linked to is in the Daily News, which is one of the more right-leaning papers in NY.

    I haven't seen anything about it on any of the major news outlets, and I am a member of “the left”.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    “The left”, as far as I know, doesn't really care about this at all. Wonkette is always stirring up the pot (think Mark Levin but on the other side of issues) and Gawker is a gossip blog, and the story you linked to is in the Daily News, which is one of the more right-leaning papers in NY.

    I haven't seen anything about it on any of the major news outlets, and I am a member of “the left”.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    “The left”, as far as I know, doesn't really care about this at all. Wonkette is always stirring up the pot (think Mark Levin but on the other side of issues) and Gawker is a gossip blog, and the story you linked to is in the Daily News, which is one of the more right-leaning papers in NY.

    I haven't seen anything about it on any of the major news outlets, and I am a member of “the left”.

  • http://twitter.com/ozziecastillo Ozzie Castillo

    I'm going to interject my thoughts, just cause I can-

    Media only brings this up as a method that hopes something will stick. It doesn't matter what negative thing you say so long as it disseminates. It puts a question in the head of the average citizen and the question will always be bad for the enemy and good for the opponent. Not a difficult thing to figure out, just difficult to accept that the goal is to destroy. She'll be fine, but too many people can be swayed by the mass manipulation the media is capable of. I.E.- Clinton was accused of rape- yes RAPE! How bad did that affect his political career since he was on their side? Palin is accused of what? I really wish the media were unbiased because they would expose the controversies within both parties and help us all clean up the dirty politicians, but once they have taken sides- there will be little room to counteract with truth since the general public still accepts the bought out media as the truth.

  • http://twitter.com/ozziecastillo Ozzie Castillo

    I'm going to interject my thoughts, just cause I can-

    Media only brings this up as a method that hopes something will stick. It doesn't matter what negative thing you say so long as it disseminates. It puts a question in the head of the average citizen and the question will always be bad for the enemy and good for the opponent. Not a difficult thing to figure out, just difficult to accept that the goal is to destroy. She'll be fine, but too many people can be swayed by the mass manipulation the media is capable of. I.E.- Clinton was accused of rape- yes RAPE! How bad did that affect his political career since he was on their side? Palin is accused of what? I really wish the media were unbiased because they would expose the controversies within both parties and help us all clean up the dirty politicians, but once they have taken sides- there will be little room to counteract with truth since the general public still accepts the bought out media as the truth.

  • http://twitter.com/ozziecastillo Ozzie Castillo

    I'm going to interject my thoughts, just cause I can-

    Media only brings this up as a method that hopes something will stick. It doesn't matter what negative thing you say so long as it disseminates. It puts a question in the head of the average citizen and the question will always be bad for the enemy and good for the opponent. Not a difficult thing to figure out, just difficult to accept that the goal is to destroy. She'll be fine, but too many people can be swayed by the mass manipulation the media is capable of. I.E.- Clinton was accused of rape- yes RAPE! How bad did that affect his political career since he was on their side? Palin is accused of what? I really wish the media were unbiased because they would expose the controversies within both parties and help us all clean up the dirty politicians, but once they have taken sides- there will be little room to counteract with truth since the general public still accepts the bought out media as the truth.

  • http://twitter.com/ozziecastillo Ozzie Castillo

    I'm going to interject my thoughts, just cause I can-

    Media only brings this up as a method that hopes something will stick. It doesn't matter what negative thing you say so long as it disseminates. It puts a question in the head of the average citizen and the question will always be bad for the enemy and good for the opponent. Not a difficult thing to figure out, just difficult to accept that the goal is to destroy. She'll be fine, but too many people can be swayed by the mass manipulation the media is capable of. I.E.- Clinton was accused of rape- yes RAPE! How bad did that affect his political career since he was on their side? Palin is accused of what? I really wish the media were unbiased because they would expose the controversies within both parties and help us all clean up the dirty politicians, but once they have taken sides- there will be little room to counteract with truth since the general public still accepts the bought out media as the truth.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    I would agree with you that the media has not effectively held both sides responsible, although I would say that accusations of rape leveled against Bill Clinton were fairly thoroughly examined by the media at the time but found not credible for whatever reason (I think the guy is a sleazeball but a good politician – to be fair, the two usually go hand in hand). I would only raise 2 points

    1) Fox has not been good at all when it comes to scandal in the Republican party. They downplay it so much it's almost ridiculous (granted there have been fewer recently — the party in power is always the party that gets into trouble… something about absolute power and its corrupting influence ;) ) – I would also like to point out that the Richard Blumenthal story was broken by the New York Times.

    2) Considering that Fox prides itself on having more viewers than all of its competitors combined, shouldn't it now qualify as the mainstream media, at least when it comes to TV journalism? I mean, if Fox is where the most amount of people are getting their information, then how can you claim that liberal bias continues to threaten conservatives? The other networks may be liberal (obviously MSNBC is, CNN usually plays the middle but if it leans to a side, it's the left), but hasn't Fox just reduced them to being something akin to the rhetoricians of Hyde Park – talking loudly but to nobody at all?

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  • RedDogReport

    Look harder Danny, over 25 sources cited for this subject on Memorandum a few days back, including HuffPo.

    Not just one.

    Brian O'Connor
    http://www.RedDogReport.com
    @RedDogReport

  • RedDogReport

    What impresses me is that Sarah Palin always handles incidents like this with such class and grace. She is not out there looking trying to figure out “who's a$$ to kick”, she handles the issue and moves on to what is important.

    Pure Class.

    Brian O'Connor
    http://www.RedDogReport.com
    @RedDogReport

  • RedDogReport

    What impresses me is that Sarah Palin always handles incidents like this with such class and grace. She is not out there looking trying to figure out “who's a$$ to kick”, she handles the issue and moves on to what is important.

    Pure Class.

    Brian O'Connor
    http://www.RedDogReport.com
    @RedDogReport

  • RedDogReport

    What impresses me is that Sarah Palin always handles incidents like this with such class and grace. She is not out there looking trying to figure out “who's a$$ to kick”, she handles the issue and moves on to what is important.

    Pure Class.

    Brian O'Connor
    http://www.RedDogReport.com
    @RedDogReport

  • RedDogReport

    What impresses me is that Sarah Palin always handles incidents like this with such class and grace. She is not out there looking trying to figure out “who's a$$ to kick”, she handles the issue and moves on to what is important.

    Pure Class.

    Brian O'Connor
    http://www.RedDogReport.com
    @RedDogReport

  • Jojode

    Good Grief! We have a major oil spill in the Gulf, Arkansa had a tragic flood, we have a Pres in office that is trying to bring our country down and they are wasting time wether her boobs are real or not. What a bunch of goof balls. They must be really desperate looking to something to use. Here's a flash there's more to a woman than boobs and as far as I'm concerned Sarah can have anything she wants enhanced I will still vote for her.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/U7LQAHKQMWAXNV3PT4SPJ4ZKTY Danny

    You are correct in that it does appears to have gotten some attention, but certainly not “all over it”.

    And if you read the HuffPo article most of the comments are from people that consider it a non-issue.

    I think there's a certain degree of demonizing of the “mainstream media” (see below for my thoughts on that) involves presenting inconsequential things that didn't receive that much coverage as “major issues” so they can then tear it down.

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