The Authoritative Trig Palin Conspiracy Time Line

The Authoritative Trig Palin Conspiracy Time Line

by [Vanity Fair]( Fair)
September 5, 2008, 12:20 PM

The McCain campaign won’t countenance it, and Barack Obama has even declared it off-limits, but the question of Trig Palin’s parentage—whether his real mom is Sarah Palin or her five-months pregnant, 17-year-old daughter Bristol—has transfixed the blogosphere. To settle the matter once and for all, presents this handy timeline juxtaposing both the official narrative and the wingnut conspiracy theories. Vote for the most likely scenario after the jump.

I hear the Boston Globe is gonna run a story claiming this child was conceived on a UFO.:stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

Vanity fair? ragsheet

What a hoot.
The left is so desperate to discredit Sarah Palin it will invent a conspiracy to do it.


What next?

Vanity fair poll results for: Who is the mother?

IF that is the case, could it be that Dennis Kucinich is the father? :mrgreen:

Well it appears that regardless of what political pundit, spin-meister or insider is speaking… The Republican Platform has been reduced to two planks.

1). We ain’t as bad as Obama

2). We need to protect Sarah (Barracuda) Palin form the evil media.

Phuck the economy, phuck the war in Iraq, phuck Georgia, Afghanistan, Iran, North Korea we have the answers and they don’t, just don’t ask us now.

American Royalty in the making, send in the clowns.

Source: Bloomberg

Sept. 7 (Bloomberg) – Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin isn’t giving interviews to the news media and won’t until ``the campaign is ready,’’ campaign manager Rick Davis said today.

Palin will answer questions from reporters when we think it's time and when she feels comfortable doing it,'' Davis toldFox News Sunday.’’

Palin, the governor of Alaska, was picked by Republican presidential nominee John McCain on Aug. 29 to be his running mate. Palin gave a speech at the Republican National Convention and has appeared at campaign events.

She's not scared to answer questions, but you know what?'' Davis said.We run our campaign, not the news media.’’

Read more:…

Palin Media Avoidance Watch: Day 9 – McCain Camp Says She Won’t Do Interviews Until It Knows She’ll Be Treated with "Deference"
September 07, 2008 9:41 AM

Rick Davis, campaign manager for Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., just told Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace that McCain running mate Gov. Sarah Palin won’t subject herself to any tough questions from reporters “until the point in time when she’ll be treated with respect and deference.”

Davis assailed the way the media had discussed Palin and her family in the last week and said the campaign would wait until a less hostile media environment.

So when will she subject herself to questions?

“When we think it’s time and when she feels comfortable doing it,” Davis said, praising a Fox News Channel profile of Palin that ran last night.


Get to know some about her tonight on Fox 8PM ET. I am sure it won’t tell us everything but at least some?

Sarah Palin may have women flocking - to Barack Obama

Saturday, September 6th 2008, 1:54 PM

Beck/Getty There was a spike in donations to Barack Obama’s campaign after Sarah Palin’s much-watched acceptance speech last week.

WASHINGTON - If John McCain wanted to poach the women’s vote from Barack Obama, he shouldn’t have tapped a running mate who dubbed herself a “pit bull with lipstick.”

At least, that’s the assessment of women Democratic operatives who seem tickled at Obama’s prospects for November.

“So much of the information about her [Palin’s] agenda and her experience did not resonate with women voters outside the Republican base,” said Ellen Moran, executive director of EMILY’s List, which promotes Democratic women candidates.

There was a collective deep breath, and even a bit of shock, in the world where Hillary Clinton is queen after McCain turned Palin into the new sensation in the race for the White House.


But that soon was replaced by excitement, especially after the Obama campaign reported $10 million in donations the day after Palin’s GOP convention speech.

“It’s going to take more than delivering a line about lipstick to win over undecided women voters,” said Rebecca Kirszner, a consultant with Hilltop Publics Solutions.

EMILY’s List was perhaps the first to sing out about an opportunity rather than a threat from Palin, pointing to a poll it had done a couple of days after McCain selected the Alaskan moose huntress.

The survey of 800 women likely voters said Obama holds an 11-point lead on McCain, and that women Hillary voters in particular flooded the Illinois senator’s way.

Before the Palin pick, Obama led McCain by 44 points among female Clinton backers. That jumped to a 54-point lead afterward, 75% to 21%, the poll said.

Those kinds of numbers have the activists thinking that if Palin lives up to her schoolgirl basketball nickname of Sarah Barracuda, she’ll be less aquatic predator and more filet-o-fish.




Your not gaining any creditability points.

I didn’t write the article simply reporting on possible outcomes, it appears you might need to have a heart-to-heart with Sarah. :smiley: