CNN is up to their old tricks again. They complain and complain because Palin supposedly never gives interviews with the MSM, then they ambush her and do a hatchet job in the every interview opportunity they get. In the clip below they attempt to trip Palin up with this quote from National Review:

Watching press coverage of the Republican candidate for vice president, it’s sometimes hard to decide whether Sarah Palin is incompetent, stupid, unqualified, corrupt, backward, or — or, well, all of the above. Palin, the governor of Alaska, has faced more criticism than any vice-presidential candidate since 1988, when Democrats and the press tore into Dan Quayle. In fact, Palin may have it even worse than Quayle, since she’s taking flak not only from Democrats and the press but from some conservative opinion leaders as well….

Yes, there are legitimate concerns about Palin’s lack of experience. Who wouldn’t, at the very least, wish that she had more time in the governor’s office on her résumé? But a look at Palin’s 20 months in power, along with interviews with people who worked with her, shows her to be a serious executive, a governor who picked important things to do and got them done — and who didn’t just stumble into an 80 percent job-approval rating.

The problem here is, the looser interviewer guy only asked the part in bold, completely leaving out the rest of the quote and the context. Here is the video:

Palin Interview – Video

It seems pretty clear to me that Palin doesn’t owe these hacks in the MSM anything. I wouldn’t give another single interview to these fools because they have been so embarrassingly irresponsible in their reporting of Sarah Palin that it borders on criminal. Too bad Joe Biden is too chicken livered to give any interviews and it is equally as bad that even if he did, the MSM would probably not even ask him what he meant by Obama is going to be tested with a major international crisis, or how did Pres. Roosevelt address the Americans on TV before the Great Depression. I imagine they might ask him tough questions like, “Sen. Biden, boxers, briefs or Depends?”