According to Politico.com:
Seventeen news organizations – Alaskan, national and international – picked up sets of five 55-pound boxes of the printed-out emails, delivered on a hand truck. Each organization paid $726 in copying costs for the trove.
So the liberal media is all hands on deck and spares no expense where it concerns the e-mail correspondence of a former governor, now private citizen, who may or may not seek elected office. If only this level of diligence had been exercised by the liberal media when Barack Obama announced he would run for President in February 2007. But they couldn’t allocate their precious resources to such scrutiny. Why that would have reduced the amount of time they would have had to campaign for Mr. Obama.
I think this whole exercise is best summed up by Elspeth Reeves of The Atlantic Wire, who wrote on Friday, “See something interesting. Send it to me.” And by interesting, Reeves means embarrassing. Somehow I doubt she would consider anything which puts Palin into a positive light to be interesting. It is all part of their ongoing campaign to dismiss Sarah Palin from public life.
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