Friday, August 16, 2013

Images Of Anti-Palin Media Women Who Share A Common Characteristic-Can You Guess What It Is?

Here are a few photographs of Sarah Palin from the time when she burst on the scene in 2008 to now. They are followed by photographs of media women who have been strident critics of her-to the point of obsessive PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome) in some cases.

Viewers may note a difference relating to physiognomy which might not be a million miles away from the deep seated reason for such mad obsessive behaviour on exhibit

Joan Walsh PDS Queen at Salon

Jennifer Rubin supposed "conservative" at the Washington Post"

Sad photo of Chelsea Hoffman writer of "Is Sarah Palin getting a divorce?" and other such idiocies

"Taylor Marsh" Hillary dead-ender and Palin  hater extraordinary "Former Miss Missouri" (Don't "show me" in this case)

Weirdo with strange overbite Malia Litman  described at Free Republic as  "Noted Palin Hating Whack-Job Malia Litman "who blogs obsessively about Palin

From the Beltway elite Palin hating press Maureen Dowd

More Beltway elite anti-Palin snobbery from Peggy Noonan

Melissa McEwan of "Shakesville (ultra-radical feminist hate site)

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