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The applause for Sarah Palin is rolling through the dome in St. Paul, Minnesota as Senator Leiberman extols the McCain/Palin ticket. Fred Thompson is doing a superb job describing Mrs. Palin's experience and character.

But I am seriously disturbed by the viciousness leveled at the Governor, and her 17-year old daughter. It's a double standard, and it is sickening. 

Justin Hart, a right-blogger who has stayed on top of the Democrat slime machine, says it is no coincidence that US Weekly is firing away. 

This is an ugly front page smear:

http://www.usmagazine.com/sarah-palin-very-difficult-to-work-with

 

Erick Erickson did a good job covering this:

http://www.redstate.com/diaries/redstate/2008/sep/02/guess-who-is-pushing-the-us-weekly-story/

 

Of course, this is the same magazine that lauded and praised the younger Spears daughter for her out-of-wedlock baby.

 

On the front page their running a poll asking readers if Palin should step down.

 

FYI...

 

Contact info for Mark Nechis

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212-484-3419

 

Contact info for US Weekly:

http://www.srds.com/mediakits/us_weekly/contact.html

 

 

Within the next week, Governor Sarah Palin will be defined forever in the eyes of the public, Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com said. 

In a statement, Viguerie said:

“A critical rule in politics is: Define or be defined. Fairly or unfairly, Dan Quayle’s image was set within days of his selection as a candidate for vice president, and, forever after, the media sought out evidence that fit in with that pre-conceived image.  

“Liberal Democrats are working quickly to Quayle-ize her. They are downplaying her experience and expertise, and trying to define her as ‘just a little housewife from Alaska.’ And, with the help of their friends in the media, they will get away with it – if the Republicans let them.