The paper trade triumvirate of ideological hogwash, known individually as the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times, has been assiduously sorting through Sarah Palin’s emails from her days as Governor of Alaska. And after dispatching loads of journalistic resources to dig through the 24,000 pages of her daily correspondence, these past-their-prime propaganda rags have come up with the following startling observations:
New York Times: After a day of frantically poring over the correspondence, with the help of millions of online readers, there were no major revelations but plenty of attempts to dissect the background of a woman who might yet run for president.
Washington Post: Neither the crowdsourcing nor the traditional analysis by reporters produced any bombshells, but enlisting the public did help engage readers.
LA Times: A surprising thing happened after the state of Alaska released more than 24,000 pages of Sarah Palin’s emails sent during her term as governor from 2006 to 2008: Like Al Capone’s vault, it turned out there was nothing there.
Ah, shucks! After all that effort only to come up empty-handed and looking so very very foolish. But these supercilious intellectuals just can’t help themselves. Our progressive aristocrats seem to be possessed by some kind of maniacal loathing for mainstream America that expresses its utter contempt for that class by zeroing in on Mrs. Palin. Their inability to wipe out this woman has driven them to total distraction. I’m loving every minute of it.
So as the Rita Skeeters of the Left-wing world of Harry Potter journalism pound away at their Palin-hating reports, let’s urge them on in their self-destructive delusional obsession. For as the ancient Greek proverb portends: Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.