Palin Defeats Gwen Ifill (Oh, and Joe Biden Too)

After enduring weeks of gotcha questions and condescension from the so-called “Mainstream Media” (they aren’t mainstream, they’re leftists-when are we going to strip that title from them?), Sarah Palin disappointed them all by holding her own against Joe “The Gaffe Machine” Biden at Thursday’s Vice Presidential Debate.

If you watched the coverage on MSNBC and listened to Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann and David Gregory, you might think that Biden won.  I tune in to those guys for about 5 minutes just to hear what they’re saying. Then I always end up turning the channel in disgust after watching them bash the Republicans while feigning “objectivity”.

Even Sunday morning’s shows were unwatchable.  Meet The Press had its version of objective commentary today with:

Gwen Ifill (Liberal PBS correspondent and author of forthcoming pro-Obama book)

David Gregory (Liberal former White House Correspondent for NBC)

Chuck Todd (Liberal NBC Political Director)

David Yepsen (Liberal Columnist from the Des Moines Register)

And Tom Brokaw commenting from the left, and:

Peggy Noonan to counter those 5 from the right.

But Sarah Palin did win this debate, both on style and substance.  See for yourself:

More Blatant Media Bias.

Just when I thought the liberal media couldn’t be any more blatant in its adoration for Saint Barack and its disdain for all things Republican, here is the how US Magazine treats Sarah Palin (Republican) compared to Saint Barack and his wife Michelle (Democrats):

 

Despite all the great work Palin has done fighting corruption in Alaska (including taking down many from her own party), US Magazine titles her cover “Babies, Lies & Scandal”.  Meanwhile, despite Saint Barack’s numerous ties to less than savory characters (racist Reverend Wright, terrorist Bill Ayers and corrupt real estate developer Tony Rezko), no scandal is alluded to with him.  Just a nauseating image that belongs on a romance novel. 

Stay tuned because these liberals aren’t smart enough to cover up their bias.  I’m sure this is nothing compared to what we’re going to see in the next 2 months.