“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Friday, October 3, 2008

Vote Now, Greta Van Susteren (www.GretaWire.com)

Greta Van Susteran's question tnight is whether the media is snobbish toward Sarah Palin.


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Anonymous said...

i think the media was out to destroy john mccain so they tried doing it by doing all they could by going after sarah palen. john mccain ought to remind the people that they had six good years till the last to years whe the democrates took over the congress and the senate. i think you do a great job if only the other station would learn to to be more equal ith both candidates. but they did do one thing i hand so manyu people i talk to now only watch fox news. thank you for the great job you do

Anonymous said...

I loved seeing Sarah Palin in her home state talking with you, Greta. I could almost hear Peggy Lee singing "Woman, W-O-M-A-N." in the background as Sarah brought home the moose and fried it up in a pan.
I admire her ability to handle all the petty remarks about clothing, appearance, accent,"she's the only one who is not a millionaire," "she shoots and eats wild animals,""she's an outsider who doesn't know how Washington works". If we want CHANGE, why are we scrutinizing her uniqueness?
Thank you, Greta, for being a strong woman unafraid of interviewing another strong woman! We women are never going to breakthrough that glass ceiling if we don't stop scratching and clawing at one another.
It's difficult watching other media interview her with little digs & jabs every chance they get. I'm left mostly with thoughts of how poised Palin can be under fire, and how the interviewer has tainted and MANIPULATED the story. It becomes a commentary or opinion instead of an interview. Some of the other media are sounding more and more like Cinderella's ugly step-sisters.
Whatever happened to bringing out the best in someone - come on, show me whatcha got! I want to be able to form my opinions based on facts that will help me determine the content of her character, not the color of her lipstick.
Keep fighting the good fight, Greta.