In today's "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" moment, MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell, currently miles away from her three children that are all under the age of two, questioned whether or not Sarah Palin would be neglecting her four-month-old if she became vice president.
I kid you not.
As reported moments ago by Matt Lewis at Town Hall (video embedded right):
MSNBC's Norah O'Donell has given voice to the idea that Sarah Palin would be neglecting her child if she accepts the Republican vice presidential nomination. Of course, she does this by cloaking the question in the imaginary third person "some people are saying."
Here's the money question:
Congresswoman, what about the argument that, you know, vice president is a tough job, and that having a four month old baby, who has Down's Syndrome, that will have special needs, requires extra time, that, that she should be focusing on her four month old, that some people have said that, fairly or unfairly. What do you think of that?
As Lewis opined:
This is interesting, inasmuch as Norah O'Donnell has 1 1/2 year-old twins -- and a 1-month old. Meanwhile, her husband owns three restaurants -- and she is in Minnesota covering a political convention for a week!
Honestly, what we're seeing right now is nothing less than astounding. Literally, before our eyes, the mainstream media are actually becoming the liberal blogosphere.