Me thinks they protest too much:

July 10th, 2009

I was just browsing the news articles on Digg and I found not one, discount viagra capsule but TWO attack articles about Sarah Palin:

  1. Why Sarah Palin really quit us. – By Dahlia Lithwick – Slate Magazine
  2. Majority Say Palin Unfit to be President

You know how many articles I found on Mitt Romney, sale Tim Pawlenty, viagra or any other GOP Presidential hopefuls?


Makes you wonder why so many people feel the need to keep trying to hold Ms. Palin’s head underwater.

(By the way, personally, I think she’s starting to act a little nuts, but that doesn’t explain why the lady brings out the absolute worst from the political Left.)

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  • 1. Bruce  |  July 10th, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    But didn’t/doesn’t Hillary Clinton get that same problem on the other side, though?

    Maybe part of it’s that politics are still seen as a “boys club” so a strong female personality becomes something of a lightning rod no matter which side of the political spectrum?

  • 2. BobG  |  July 10th, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    Hilary doesn’t get half the attention and venom Palin receives. I think it is more on the idea that a conservative woman is considered a traitor to her gender by the left. Personally, I don’t see what the big deal is; she isn’t affecting us, so who cares?

  • 3. Madalyn  |  July 10th, 2009 at 10:06 pm

    Someone is very afraid of Sarah…….could be because she has class, morals, and brains. Too bad the left liberal nuts were left out on all of those. They are jealous!! I also think Dave Letterman has a crush on her, and is too wimpy to admit it, so he attacks her and her family for doing the exact thing he has done. He defiles Bristol for having a baby out of wedlock, but he got his girlfriend pregnant out of wedlock, and they did not get married until the kid was 4 years old. Double standards from the start.

  • 4. John Foust  |  July 13th, 2009 at 8:36 am

    Come on. You’re better than this. Digg is a user-driven, often-news-based site.

    If Romney or Pawlenty were giving news conferences to explain why they weren’t quitters yet quitting, it might make Digg, too.

    If you’ve got an interesting story with wide appeal about Romney or Pawlenty, submit it and let’s see what the Digg nerds say.

    I searched Digg, using the little search bar in the upper right on Digg, and there were stories on both in May and March. Not a lot – but not zero.

  • 5. Elliot  |  July 13th, 2009 at 1:27 pm

    There’s really very little that I’m better than, John. ;)

  • 6. John Foust  |  July 13th, 2009 at 2:45 pm

    Well, then. In other exciting Interwebs news, I googled “from where I sit” and there were 38.7 million hits!

    Or to continue where I left off, Digg does have many other stories about Romney and Pawlenty that users submitted, but few rose (were “dugg”) to the front page. Zzzz.

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