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Sarah Palin: Newsweek Cover is SEXIST

Newsweek Magazine Cover

From Sarah Palin’s Facebook Notes:

The choice of photo for the cover of this week’s Newsweek is unfortunate. When it comes to Sarah Palin, this “news” magazine has relished focusing on the irrelevant rather than the relevant. The Runner’s World magazine one-page profile for which this photo was taken was all about health and fitness – a subject to which I am devoted and which is critically important to this nation. The out-of-context Newsweek approach is sexist and oh-so-expected by now. If anyone can learn anything from it: it shows why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, gender, or color of skin. The media will do anything to draw attention – even if out of context.

– Sarah Palin

Flap has to agree.

Why Newsweek ran with a cover photo from Sarah Palin’s Runner’s World photo shoot can only be called SEXIST and BIASED.

But, what else is new for the MSM? They simply HATE Sarah Palin.

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9 thoughts on “Sarah Palin: Newsweek Cover is SEXIST

  1. It is not sexist to dislike Palin because she’s proven herself to be unready to do more than deliver a keynote address at a convention. Her egotism has made her jump at a job she isn’t remotely ready to handle. Palin is an embarrassment. Long after the election is over, even conservative pundits will point to her nomination by McCain as the beginning of the end of his campaign.

  2. great post and this is reality,” countered Piscitelli, after noting there was no evidence that an Obama cover had been retouched, either.“Demanding that political figures get retouching like super-models on the cover of news magazines is going a little far.thanks a lot.

  3. I’ll flip through Newsweek in the doctor’s office, and it is by far one of the most left-leaning publications out there, so this really isn’t any surprise here.

  4. In classic liberal stupidity, Newsweek plastered a stolen photo of Sarah Palin on its cover. This publicity given to Palin is a huge boost to her popularity. It also stimulates the economy by expanding sales of Newsweek magazine. But, the big impact to mainstream America is being totally overlooked by the media.

    Imagine the common American woman in the checkout line of the grocery store. She is in a hurry wanting to get home. She is tired and probably thinking of some stressful aspect of their life. She sees the picture of Palin in running shorts and thinks, “Wow, she is pretty. How many kids did she have?” The cover generates an appreciation of Palin’s fit legs and sassy smile. She admires this hot mom. Deep down, she wants to think of herself in the same way. The thought, “I am a hot mom” echoes in her mind.

    Upon scanning some of the article, she may find similarities to her own hectic life. She relates to raising a husband, growing a career and keeping children moving forward. Believe it or not, this Palin woman really adores her husband and kids and identifies herself with her family. That really sounds like herself, come to think of it.

    Those mean back-biting weasels she works with—sound just like the liberal press. They are constantly looking for something bad to say. The press is jealous of Palin in the same way those other tramps in the office mumble about the kids’ baseball and dance photos, she contemplates.

    Later, this American woman hears that the Newsweek photo was posted illegally in violation of the contract of the original publisher. Newsweek acted just like her ex-husband, being a liar and cheater. It took time, but she recovered from that slime bag’s actions. The American woman realizes that she is a strong and viable force, just like Sarah. Hey, she could be President, too. If she can be President, then so can Sarah.

  5. When I first heard of this I thought why would she take a picture like this for Newsweek. But when I found out the context of the picture I understood the outrage. I do not see it as sexist as much as a blatant attempt to diminish her as a credible national political leader. It is another showing of the bias against conservatives.

  6. Guess it wasn’t too sexist because Sarah has agreed to ANOTHER interview with Newsweek saying she can win.  Win what?  MILLIONS of dollars from her loyal followers who have no sense of what she really is doing – collecting their cash for her own benefit.  Saying outrageous idiotic things is what continues to get her publicity which in turn brings her cold hard cash.

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