Unbelievable. This girl, apparently standing in line with her dad, is waiting in line, hoping for a chance to get her book signed and meet Sarah Palin. Meanwhile, MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell grills her for supporting Palin:
First of all, if the presidential ticket and the party is supporting its president in supporting the TARP bill, would Norah O'Donnell really expect the vice presidential candidate vocally oppose it? Furthermore, Palin did oppose the Obama bailout earlier this year--and to my knowledge, still opposes it.
Seriously, MSNBC... In a crowd of 1,500 people, you have to badger a 13-year-old girl and arm your reporter with talking points to rebut any answer the girl might give? Can't a girl support a conservative and get her book signed without being attacked for it? NO. SHAME.
Over at Media Matters they are celebrating O'Donnell's shallowness, saying "Norah O'Donneel stumps Palin supporter by asking about Palin's support of bailouts".
Also, in case you missed Greg Hengler's video yesterday, MSNBC's Chris Matthews went further in attacking Palin supporters along the book tour route, calling them a "white crowd," and describes the crowd's "tribal aspect" as "white vs. other people." Absolutely unbelievable.