'Anchorage Daily News' Responds Politely To Sarah Palin's Idiot Emails
When Sarah Palin was nominated for vice president, nobody knew anything about her except that she was the gal those dorkwads at Wonkette were always leering over. Curious citizens investigated exactly three sources for information on all things Palin: this august publication,some Alaska blog, and the Anchorage Daily News.
Millions of readers came to love the ADN for its straight-faced and always respectful coverage of America's dumbest governor. And how does she repay them? By sending them some idiot email accusing them of "pursu[ing] and/or print[ing]" "false reports." So the ADN editor kindly ran her full email with full responses to her retarded questions, which no person who can actually read would have asked in the first place.
Q. Did you really print a story last week suggesting I had any connection with Sherry Johnston's activities in the past six months or so and you won't correct the story?
[A quotation of a story about Johnston follows.]
A: I do not see in this passage a suggestion that you were connected to Sherry Johnston's activities. It does say that the only time Sherry Johnston would have been under Secret Service protection was "whenever she was in contact with Palin." I don't think that suggests that you were involved in her activities, although I suppose it's possible that someone might misread "it" in that sentence as referring to drug dealing even though it obviously refers to Secret Service protection.
[...] I would also remind you that we called the governor's office for comment about the Johnston arrest. Your spokesman declined to make any comment on the matter. He could have clarified your relationship and/or interactions with Ms. Johnston, but elected not to. (Curiously, he asserted that it was not a state matter, although the troopers are a clearly state agency, under the direction of the governor's office, dealing with a quasi-member of the governor's extended family.)
Sarah Palin should have her Internet privileges suspended.
Full text of the Palin-ADN email exchange [Anchorage Daily News]