Thursday, November 19, 2009

More Palin Derangement at the AP -- article on Palin book links to anti-Palin Dem web site

Talk about continuing to dig after you hit bottom.

Days after disclosing it had assigned 11 reporters to fact-check Sarah Palin's new book, a new AP article on sales of the book ended with a link to an anti-Palin web site.

Here is a screen grab of the bottom of the article:

The full article by AP reporter Rachel D'Oro is here. Click here for the anti-Palin site.
(Do you have to ask if the AP has assigned any reporters to fact-check the Dem web site?)
Thanks to the readers who sent the link and the screen grab.



Anonymous said...

No surprise here. This woman and I use the term loosely was one of the main instigators in the lies and slander about Palin's children. She is a gutter dwelling low life and one of those that give honest journalists their very bad name today.

Anonymous said...

Rachel D'Oro is part of the propaganda arm of the DNC.

Anonymous said...

Isn't she a San Francisco Chronicle reject? That ought to tell you something.

T. D. said...

D'Oro is still with AP in Alaska? I thought she might be cut in AP's latest cost-saving layoffs along with AP Alaska-based photographer Al Grillo.

When Sarah leaves the state there's not much work for AP reporters or photographers in Alaska. The book store angle gives at least some kind of hook. But, it must be pretty sparse for D'Oro.

Anonymous said...

From Best of the web by James Taranto.

An Associated Press dispatch, written by Erica Werner and Richard Alonso-Zaldivar, compares the House and Senate ObamaCare bills. We'd like to compare this dispatch to the AP's dispatch earlier this week "fact checking" Sarah Palin's new book. Here goes:

Number of AP reporters assigned to story:
• ObamaCare bills: 2
• Palin book: 11

Number of pages in document being covered:
• ObamaCare bills: 4,064
• Palin book: 432

Number of pages per AP reporter:
• ObamaCare bill: 2,032
• Palin book: 39.3

On a per-page basis, that is, the AP devoted 52 times as much manpower to the memoir of a former Republican officeholder as to a piece of legislation that will cost trillions of dollars and an untold number of lives. That's what they call accountability journalism.

Anonymous said...

D'Oro would have been hounded out of any real profession a long time ago.

Anonymous said...

D'Oro sounds like prime management material for the mainstream media. She's bitter, opinionated, biased and probably worships at the shrine of the DNC.

Anonymous said...

Hannity set a viewership record last night on Fox with Palin as his guest - 4.2 million viewers! That hag Maddow couldn't even crack 1 million against the Hannity Machine. Tonight Palin is on O'Reilly so expect 5-6 million viewers. D'Oro can shove it!

Anonymous said...

D'Oro has been shoving it for a long time now.

Anonymous said...

We know what we are dealing with in the AP. We know it's agenda journalism shoving a point of view down our throats every time they write.
If it says AP in the by line you know it's a liberal behind the keyboard