posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 09:26 AM
I personally find this one of the most disturbing lines in the article:
The full interview is posted on Palin’s Web site, but we watched all of it so you don’t have to.
Come on, why think for yourself when we'll tell you what's important!
Palin appears to assume that the United States simply hands out dollars with little idea about what happens to the money.
Don't we have proof of this? Just one (internal) example:
I think we've all seen the fancy economic footwork done with the world banks and other organizations.
But she overstates the case by calling (Social Security) a “Ponzi scheme
...not an overstatement
I don't think we have to analyze the unemployment rate, it's inaccurate because of the way it's calculated anyways.
So, I guess what it all adds up to is while I don't agree with most of Palin's real stances on issues (or any other politician's except maybe Ron
Paul's and with any politician motives are questionable) she did make accurate statements. The writer also states:
According to the latest Congressional Budget Office forecast, about 40 percent of the federal budget is financed through new debt — and that
percentage is projected to drop significantly as the economy improves.
The economy, however, isn't improving, it's imploding. It's a classic MSM deflection and smear story full of good-feeling propaganda and more
inaccuracies than Palin makes.
Just my 2 cents on the article, I'm watching the full interview now.
Edit: The interview is really just a pure propaganda piece that doesn't talk about any specifics of how she thinks these issues should be solved,
more just generalities of what's going wrong (which anyone who opens their eyes could spot) and statements to play on people's emotions (just like any
edit on 3-6-2011 by j35us because: (no reason given)