Palin Fears Media Threaten Her First Amendment Rights

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    She's setting the women's rights movement back 100 years by complaining about unfair media attacks against her. Hillary Clinton was attacked over and over and over by the liberal media in the 1990s and did she ever complain just once?

    Sorry, but if you're going to be commander in chief of this country, you can't whine and complain and yes I'll say it, bitch about how the media portrays you. This is proof positive that this woman is not ready for the big chair.

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    Whatever happened to open minded liberal fairness to everyone? Geeze, you sound like a bitter old white guy.
     
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    IMO Women were set back quite a few years by the attacks that were allowed to go unquestioned against Hillary Rodham Clinton-- for you to suggest that Palin speaking out about what she perceives as sexism or an attack on her right to free speech . It’s along the same lines of suggesting that Obama speaking out against perceived racism sets back the civil rights movement by way of speaking out.

    Neither one is worse Sexism or Racism or stripping anyone’s right to free speech or questions for that matter. What do you see-- seriously take a step back and look at the vitriol and hate for Joe the Plumber--- he spoke out and look at what happened to him-- his life was bared for the world to see. He was raped by he media because he dared to exercise his first amendment right in asking Obama a question OMG the perceived threat to Obama must have been really high. Why do you think anyone would attack a “joe” asking a simple question?
     
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    First time I've heard it. Although, I've heard you called other things. How do you claim you are not, yet not claim what you are?

    Yes Hilary should have called them on it. Funny how we need Obama, but we don't need a Woman. Even one acting as a backup to the President, and chief of the Senate. Sure is a lot of pent up hate directed at Palin. Wonder what the true reason is for that. Republicans first with a woman vice president. I sure do wish they had run Rice as vice president. Imagine.
     

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