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Yeah, we barely dodged that one, didn’t we?

The cult of the lost cause endures:

Because grifters can’t always get their cons to work on everyone:

Economic Crisis, The Audit – November 8, 2010 09:25 PM

Sarah Palin, Media Critic

The former veep candidate (and journalism major) misleads readers on the WSJ with selective quotes

By Ryan Chittum

….So, Palin is hammering the Journal and Reddy for pointing out that she’s flat wrong about grocery prices going up significantly in the past year. What does she do? She quotes a separate Journal story that confirms what Reddy is saying-and cuts out that part with three dots. Nice!

Palin has a journalism degree, so I’m guessing she knows what an ethical no-no it is to misquote somebody like that. It ought to be awfully hard for her to get on her pedestal and condemn the media when she can’t even quote somebody honestly. How about to make it up to Reddy, Palin lets a real reporter like him fly out to Wasilla to interview her for once instead of going to her house folks at Fox News?

Maybe they can talk about the possible wave of food inflation coming our way.

It looks like the Wall Street Journal and the Columbia Journalism Review won’t be able to sit at the lunch table with all the other kewl kidz for a long while.

Also, too.