Bush v. Palin; Manufactured Fictional Turmoil

I knew the leftwing mainstream media would come out of this election cycle with their knives drawn, but I guess I was naive enough to believe they’d try to report with at least a modicum of truth trapped deeply within the web of their lies.  The New York Daily Worker News decided that it would play fast and loose with the truth in a bizarro article about how “W” despises Sarah Palin.  Since Oprah couldn’t trap “W” on her show with a jaundiced question about Palin’s readiness as presidential timber, the NYDN just made up a story.  In a journalistic ethical lapse that TMZ or E! wouldn’t have committed, they found someone who believes Bush dished Palin, maybe, we think, our Magic 8-ball suggests.

“The 43rd President has told friends the ex-Alaska governor isn’t qualified to be President and criticizes Arizona Sen. John McCain for putting Palin on the 2008 GOP ticket and handing her a national platform.

“Naming Palin makes Bush think less of McCain as a man,” a Republican official familiar with Bush’s thinking told the Daily News.  He thinks McCain ran a lousy campaign with an unqualified running mate and destroyed any chance of winning by picking Palin.” “Ex-President George W. Bush rips wisdom of Barack Obama, Sarah Palin and John McCain to friends” by Thomas Defrank, New York Daily News, Nov. 5th, 2010.

Hmm, so “W” told ‘friends’ Sarah Palin wasn’t qualified, sorry isn’t qualified.  “W” also, secretly, ‘criticizes’ McCain for putting her on the ticket.  This supposedly from a president who had someone akin to Darth Vader, according to the Left, on his ticket.  “W” is running around to his so-called friends and bashing Palin and yet this reporter cannot name his source.  Sounds rather fishy to me. 
This sounds more like the Journolisters over at Politico and their random quotes from ‘Republican sources’ that smeared Palin and tried to divide the GOP because “Hurricane Sarah” was so difficult.  How interesting.  I’m just taken aback by the enormous numbers of ‘friends’, colleagues, associates, former advisors, confidantes, and BFF’s these reporters are finding under every proverbial bush.  It is fascinating to me these so-called sources are so adamant in their opinions yet cannot find the testicular courage to allow their name to be printed.  I wonder if these Journolisters would reveal their sources if I named them.  I think I know exactly who has been speaking out of turn.
It’s gotta be the Easter Bunny.  I think the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy have it out for Sarah Palin.  I think these ‘friends’ of “W” have been bad-mouthing her.  It could very well be that Peter Cottontail is also speaking to these Journolisters and telling tales out of school.  Hmmm. 
Let’s look at the verification anonymous source as well.  A Republican official “familiar with Bush’s thinking” reports he believes McCain less of a man for choosing her.  Really?  Bush was questioning McCain’s manhood by selecting Palin?  Are you kidding me?  Well, maybe the Journolisters got a hold of a Ouiji board and a psychic who pretended to be a Republican and they divined these thoughts emanating from Bush’s brain.  I don’t even know how such a sentence can be taken as meaning anything at all. 
According to this article, first Bush had told ‘friends’ he didn’t agree with McCain’s selection of Palin because she was unready.  Then, to authenticate these nebulous, anonymous ‘friends’, they pull out someone who is familiar with the former president’s thinking.  Really.  This is an authentication of these anonymous sources?  Someone who knows Bush’s thought processes is certain Bush believes McCain’s choice was so terrible, he now doubts McCain’s ability to think clearly?
I’m absolutely stunned, though as I said earlier, not really surprised, at the depth of their duplicity and prevarication in order to destroy Sarah Palin.  They will stoop to making up quotations from imaginary people that emanated from the former president’s consciousness.  ‘Even the hated, evil, George W. Bush doesn’t think Palin’s credible.’  That’s the message they are manufacturing.  ‘Even the worst president ever in the history of the world doubts Sarah Palin is even qualified to be dogcatcher, much less a vice president.’ 
I really think these nasty, brutish, lying sacks of excrement should stick to what they’re good at, like sticking pins in voodoo dolls and writing fantasy fiction accounts of their exploits.  The stuff they’re trying to sell us now is just uncomposted bovine fecal matter, and it stinks just as bad.