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OPEN SEASON ON SARAH PALIN

Attack was hate speech

May 22, 2009

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THE RECENT humor piece by Jane Alison ( "Some pointers for Palin," op-ed, May 19), follows the worst tradition of liberal media hate speech. Just like the pieces on "Saturday Night Live," and on Jon Stewart's and Bill Maher's show, Alison's piece is ugly ridicule, not serious criticism. It addresses Governor Sarah Palin as if she were a child, and ... (Full article: 178 words)

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