Quote of the Day: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin

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“I apologize for not being clearer in my response, thus opening the door to critical media that does what it does best in ginning up controversy.” — Former Alaska Gov. and GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, apologizing for telling CNN’s Jake Tapper that she was “taken aback” by some of Pope Francis’ “liberal” comments.

  • Duane Lamers

    Nothing new here regarding the Palin-Tapper exchange. Tapper and the rest in the liberal media jump at every chance to destroy conservatism, for these so-called “journalists” see this as part of their job.
    It’s not limited to “journalists,” either. Liberals are liberals before they are anything else, and that includes Catholics. Witness the recent “Catholic” politicians voting for gay marriage legislation because they read that the pope had said “Who am I to judge?” Of course these same politicians ignored other sentences that were part of the pope’s same statement regarding “judging.”
    As I said, liberals first, foremost–and only.

  • YUP and conservatives NEVER take pot shots at liberals!

  • James Stahllen

    The reason why the media loves to interview and quote Sarah Palin is because there is no interlocutor between her brain and her mouth.