Blogger Pajama Party

You are invited to join the Feb. 13 Blogger Pajama Party as proposed by Sister Wolf over at Godammit.com.

“…In a tribute to Mrs. Palin, we should all set aside one day to blog in our pj’s, and to post photos…”

I’m really not one to rush into getting dressed on a normal day , but what with my recent cold/flu thing, I’ve been in my pj’s for the last 56 hours (with one laundry respite).

Just when you thought I’d never blog about Sarah Palin again, just when you were sure I’d ‘gotten over it’—I’ve been delving a bit into the Myers-Briggs personality types. My ENFP-ness grows large (“P-ness” — God, I love that joke). To wit: “ENFPs often have strong, if unconventional, convictions on various issues related to their Cosmic View.” My Cosmic View apparently includes needing large doses of the truth from politicians, as wacky as that might be.

Check out this article by James Rainey (appeared in the 14 Jan 2009 print edition of the LA Times) discussing Sarah Palin’s ongoing lack of media savvy. Actually, you don’t have to check it out, because I am about to summarize it for you. For while you may be tired of me talking about Sarah Palin, I am not tired of other people talking about Sarah Palin.

Rainey points out that Sarah can’t seem to discriminate between her legitimate gripes against the press and her illegitimate ones (ha ha).

He says Sarah is right to complain about the “…newspaper report that suggested that political considerations led state authorities to delay their investigation of Sherry Johnston.” (NB: Sherry is Levi “Baby Daddy” Johnston’s mom.)

The union of public officials who supposedly supported this claim “quickly backed down,” and the Anchorage Daily News reported this correction. Other major newspapers did not, says Rainey.

Rainey continues:

“But in her other claims, Palin overplayed her hand. She accused the mainstream media, for example, of relying on those “anonymous bloggers” to write their stories, when most actually run in the other direction…Yes, some Internet scribes and the Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan continue to raise questions about Trig’s birth. But the nation’s most influential and biggest news organizations have paid little or no attention to the story…”

Rainey continues with a couple of key points:

  • The Anchorage Daily News did try to pursue the Trig story but “the governor’s office would not cooperate” and ADN’s Pat Dougherty summed it up…”We decide what to print on the basis of the answers we get, not the questions we ask.”
  • “Palin is something worse than naive to think she can prevent the questions from even being asked.”

Rainey’s article concludes with Sarah’s rambling on about how she was mistreated in Katie Couric interview: “…they spliced it together…” “…did whatever they did…” “…never saw how it came across…” “…so many other topics that were brought up certainly weren’t, uh, portrayed as accurately perhaps as they could have, should have been after that interview.”

SAY WHAT?

I’m now going to do one of those wrap-up things in which I tell you all the stuff that I’m not going to say in conclusion, but I actually do say it all and thereby do exactly what I said I wasn’t going to do.

SAY WHAT?

Oh heck, I’m out of steam.

Last gasp: To me, it is worth asking the questions about Trig because the truth is important. Is Sarah telling us the truth? Why has she not released her medical records?

Once again, I refer you to a real journalist for a pretty decent wrap up of the whole deal.

I drank the Kool-Aid, and I still have a red stain around my mouth.

Previously:

Sarah Palin & Trig – My open letter to the MSM (or, Where the Insanity/Inanity Began)

Fake Baby Birthin’ Church Lady

Palin: ‘I Don’t Know’ If Abortion Clinic Bombers are Terrorists

Sarah Palin Reads ‘Em All

In Other Sarah News

Sarah Palin Links

No, I’m Not Done Questioning Palin

Mudflats on Sarah Palin & The Donnie Darko Connection – includes a link to Sarah’s 2006 vetting docs

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8 Responses to “Blogger Pajama Party”

  1. Sister Wolf Says:

    We won’t really be done with her until she goes away. Sad but true. I’m looking forward to seeing your pj’s! xoxo

  2. Petrea Says:

    This wouldn’t be important if she wasn’t threatening a return in 2012.

  3. Cafe Observer Says:

    Let’s also find the Truth on a brunch of other things. So many politicians, so many falsehoods, so little time on this planet for living.

  4. Susan Kitchens Says:

    PJs? Kewl! Seeing as how you’ve seen the white fluffy robe of Christmas Present (which I am wearing even as I type), I’m totally down with it.

    The big question… do I wear glasses or contacts? If glasses, do I clean them off before PJ portraiture? I believe these vital questions DO have answers… mostly easy ones, at that.

  5. Mister Earl Says:

    Why am I not surprised that a Sarah Palin supporter didn’t know what this effigy of Palin was about? I’m guessing he doesn’t even know what an effigy is.

    WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — A Sarah Palin supporter has suffered buyer’s remorse after winning an eBay auction for an effigy that was hung by a noose from a West Hollywood home.

    Chad Morrisette, a professional window dresser who created the Palin look-alike, says it went for more than $2,200 on Thursday but the buyer has changed his mind.

    Morrisette says the winner thought he was buying a pro-Palin item and didn’t realize the truth until he heard about the auction on talk radio.

    The mannequin of the Republican vice presidential candidate made headlines after Morrisette hung it from the roof as part of a Halloween display last October.

  6. TheRealZajac Says:

    So how does this work? I just sit around in my sleeping-clothes and type? That’s the only way I blog, baby!

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  8. axinia Says:

    Hi, I am also an ENFP, nice to meet you, mate 🙂

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