Thursday, April 23, 2009

More Ridiculous Palin Derangement Syndrome

CNN’s Larry King, known for some time as a sleaze interviewer who can spare no effort at bashing conservatives, reached a new low in a recent interview of Levi Johnston, father of Bristol Palin’s infant son.

Levi, taking advantage of his 15 minutes, is clearly uncomfortable as King probes into the most private portions of his young life.

The fear and hatred of this one woman and her family, whose only crime is to be a conservative Governor and nominated for the vice-presidency in the 2008 election is out of hand.

It wasn’t enough to smear and lie about them throughout the campaign, now they wish to continue this unnecessary smear campaign by dragging intimate details of the children’s personal life into the public arena.

Think for a moment, all of you who have children. Do you know everything they did in their teen years? As a teen yourself, did you reveal all of your doings to your parents?

Why doesn’t Larry King probe the Obama’s about their first sexual experience? Will he ask if the “screwed” in the back seat of a car? Why doesn’t he ask if Barack ever took Michelle home to her parents house and “laid” her there?

Then again, perhaps Larry King would be too uncomfortable to probe into the Obama’s personal life, but why not Chelsea Clinton’s sex life?

Wake up America. Is this what we mistake for “journalism” today? Is this what America has become?


Jenny said...

Larry King is a creep. I can't stand to look at him, which is why I never saw this interview. Levi, poor immature boy that he is, needs to be quiet and learn not to kiss and tell. He also needs to stop bedding girls he's not willing to marry and fathering children he's not willing to rear.

One of America's biggest problems is that there is no privacy, no common courtesy, and no reticence anymore. People will talk about (and ask about) the most personal of issues nowadays, and never blink an eyelash at how rude it is. I guess it's to be expected in a country where you can't turn on the TV without hearing a Viagra jingle and watching people waltzing towards the bedroom. And those are the "innocent" ads.

We need to learn how to blush again.

Great point you make about the MSM not daring to ask the Obamas anything any more personal than what kind of dog they're getting.

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klatu said...

CNN and "Larry the King". There still on the air?

I'm Sorry.