Is Sarah Palin a hypocrite for continuing to do business with News Corp after Family Guy mocked her family?
News Corp owns both Fox Broadcasting and Fox News, so Sarah Palin's salary as a Fox News political analyst is coming from the parent company's general pool of profits that includes those generated by Family Guy. If she has any principles, shouldn't she quit her job (again) as a form of protest against the slurs Fox has made toward her children?
Asked By: Edward - 2/17/2010
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the comedians on SNL repeatedly mocked her and her family BEFORE she appeared on the show. i recall one even calling her son retarded. yet she appeared on that show and said nothing. she'll go where the money is.
Answered By: drasticbarbie - 2/17/2010
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You are a down syndrome liberal.
Answered By: Rude Ahole - 2/17/2010
You know palin. If there's a dollar involved...........
Answered By: chloe - 2/17/2010
liberalism is a total and complete failure. So they have nothing more to focus on but Palin. She gets stronger as liberals continue to weaken.
Answered By: running away from me fast BHO - 2/17/2010
Does this mean that Fox is fair and balanced?
Answered By: Mark G - 2/17/2010
Who cares? Palin is a bit overprotective, and the Family Guy piece is a girl with Down Syndrome. It's called satire. Family Guy picks on everyone, about anything. That's why I love that show, and hardly miss.
Answered By: Smiley - 2/17/2010
The voice of the girl on the show had Down Syndrome. Palin probably should have found that out before grumbling about it. She just keeps repeatedly getting bashed in the face and humiliated. It would be horrible for her to be president, but the amount of laughter that might ensue if it happened.
Answered By: sasil85 - 2/19/2010
be in her shoes instead of judging someone who wants to work for the country. some things aren't that funny to others and i'd be offended if i was her, too. no wonder why there are not enough candidates in this country. people make criticism, put them down, criticize (as if they can do better), this is like making... More
Answered By: h - 2/19/2010
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