Friday, September 5, 2008

Vanity Fair Trig Palin conspiracy theory timeline

I already canceled my subscription to US Magazine. Now I guess I won't be able to read Vanity Fair anymore either.

The Trig Timeline? Not funny.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another USWeekly hit job. Hope they get hit with massive cancellations also (although I doubt it, as I suppose most of the readers of this liberal mag are lefties).

Andrew said...

After reading this piece of scat, I took the time to fill out their website reader survey. I told them that the Vanity Fair brand was irreparably damaged by the timeline posting. Complain to journalist types and they'll retreat to their usual defensive positions, e.g. "obligation to inform the public," or "ask provocative questions." However, if one complains to the marketing department about how they've just destroyed brand value, the message gets across. I love corporate marketing!

Anonymous said...

And believe it or not, 68 percent who read it voted that Bristol is Trig's mom.

Douglas McCloud said...

The vanity Fair piece, and subsequent blog, scares me. It scares me that there are people out there that believe 2+2=5. It scares me that there are people out there who haven't the ability to use logic and reason to come to a conclusion. These bloggers come up with their conclusion of "Trig is her grandson" and work backward with bits of a half truth here and there to support their ill-formed conclusion.

Some folks use to say that the Republican Party had a monopoly on idiots who distorted the truth. IMHO, the Democrats can now claim this monopoly.

JT said...

Speaking of a cover-up, the word is that Cindy McCain's "How about that Sarah Palin" speech at the RNC happened a little differently than what was broadcast on network television. Here is the portion that was later edited. The Obama campaign was considering leaking this video ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIwl0b0KHVg