Saturday, June 12, 2010

Newsweek Compares Alvin Greene to Sarah Palin

Newsweek insulted Sarah Palin by comparing her speaking abilities to Alvin Green, the surprise Democratic nominee for Senate in South Carolina who is facing a felony charge for showing obscene material to an unwilling young coed. Of course, Newsweek's intention was to slander Alvin Green by comparing him to Sarah Palin. The left has such a negative and hateful opinion of Sarah Palin; they can not grasp that many Americans disagree with them. Sarah Palin is a very inspirational speaker, but Newswwek claims she "tortures" the English language.

Newsweek reported:
He’s just trying to talk about something, frankly.

Alvin Greene, the surprise Democratic nominee for Senate in South Carolina, has a way with words. It’s the way, though, of Sarah Palin and George W. Bush—a tortured relationship with the English language that prevents him from making his points, and that says to voters he may not be up to the job.

Facing calls from fellow Democrats to drop out of the race—and even charges that he is a Republican patsy—Greene doesn’t help his cause with a front-page story in today’s Washington Post, where his verbal difficulties are on abundant display. From the candidate’s home in Manning, S.C., reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia lets Greene’s style speak for itself…

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