Posted by | September 18, 2010 00:56 | Filed under: Top Stories

It’s funny to hear Sarah Palin admonish the media to be “accountable” when she is never available to answer questions from reporters who are deemed unfriendly to her point of view. “Accountable” would also include keeping your commitment to the people of the state you pledged to serve. Nevertheless, at the Ronald Reagan dinner in Iowa, Palin went into media attack mode.

Sarah Palin took aim at the media imploring the crowd at the Reagan Dinner in Des Moines, “to hold the press accountable when you know that they’re making things up and telling untruths.”

Palin explained why she is “hot on this lame stream media issue.”

“How dare anyone disrespect our troops’ sacrifice by claiming the right to print and to say anything without a corresponding responsibility to truth.”

Promoting death panels and claiming Obama wants to take guns away doesn’t fall under the heading of “truth.”

In this kind of strange unaccountable day of anyone and everyone getting to claim that they are a journalist, you have to ask yourself who are they really when the media uses anonymous sources to cowardly attack someone, their record, their intentions. First remember that these sources, if they ever even really exist, that they are cowards. Usually in some self-preservation mode.

So glad that Sarah Palin never attacks anyone, his record, or his intentions. And never plays the victim.

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