Here's the transcript from CNN:
"CNN: Yeah. Governor, you've been mocked in the press. The press has been pretty hard on you, the Democrats have been pretty hard on you, but also some conservatives have been pretty hard on you as well. The National Review had a story saying that, you know, I can't tell if Sarah Palin is incompetent, stupid, unqualified, corrupt or all of the above.
"Palin: Who wrote that one?
"CNN: That was in the National Review, I don't, have the author.
"Palin: I'd like to talk to that person.
"CNN: But they were talking about the fact that your experience as governor is not getting out. Do you feel trapped in this campaign, that your message is not getting out, and if so who do you blame?"The actual quote was:
"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."
Brent Bozell over at the Media Research Center has demanded that CNN apologize for this, as has Greta Van Susteren, and Rush Limbaugh riffed on this today, and O'Reilly made it his "Talking Points" theme.
You can leave a little feedback over at CNN, but, don't expect anything from the new Obama News Network.
As far as I am concerned, CNN will no longer be watched in my house, nor will their web site be permitted either (I can block these things).
I advise all of you to do the same.