Friday, January 9, 2009

Palin says she's been exploited by Couric and Fey


-Associated Press

WASHINGTON – Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says CBS News anchor Katie Couric and comic actress Tina Fey have been "exploiting" her.
Palin also is questioning whether Caroline Kennedy is getting better treatment from the news media in her quest for a Senate seat than Palin herself received as Republican John McCain's running mate.

Palin reflected on her campaign for national office in an interview this week with conservative radio talk-show host and filmmaker John Ziegler. Clips are posted on YouTube.

Palin gave Couric a rare interview at the beginning of her campaign, and Fey frequently impersonated Palin on "Saturday Night Live."

Palin says she thinks there may be a "class issue" involved in the press coverage of Kennedy and her own bid for office.

5 comments:

melba said...

GO to hell Sarah Palin.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, go to hell, Palin...and go suck on some moose dick while you're at it! -Krame

Anonymous said...

John Zeigler is a nationally known idiot who formerly worked at WHAS radio in Louisville, KY and was fired from that place for commenting on air about the personal habits of one of his ex girlfriends and ended up in a lawsuit for such. Crude, tasteless, and classless that man is.

Interestingly that Zeiglers ex girlfriend was a former Chicago Bulls cheerleader. Zeigler also moved on to Los Angeles where we was fired by the local station there as well

Hillary Supporter said...

sarah palin should know she is an unedcuated, idiot, lower "class" governor. how dare she compares herself with Caroline Kennedy.

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin allows the rogue Generals in the Alaska Guard to intimidate and retaliate against some of the Guardsmen. We know that from experience. There is a cover up about these corrupt Generals and after sending much correspondence to her, she ignores it and promotes this egomaniac Campbell. There should be an investigation but there won't be because the corruption goes to far up the chain of command that people are afraid to touch it.