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The More Offensive Newsweek Photo of Sarah Palin
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Everyone has commented on the cover photo of Sarah Palin that Newsweek editors used — a photo from a Runner’s World spread taken during the campaign.

Whatever the intentions of the left-wing Newsweek editors, I think Sarah looks fabulous.

The truly tasteless photo of Palin that no one is talking about is inside the magazine on p. 33, illustrating Christopher Hitchens’s broadside against Palin populism:

The dregs at MSNBC tried and failed to get away with faked photos of a sexualized Sarah Palin. Newsweek’s weasels found a way to evade responsibility for their rank sexism by using a photo of a real Palin doll in schoolgirl regalia.

Just another manifestation of Female Conservative Derangement Syndrome.

And no, it isn’t “playing the victim” to expose their bigotry.

It’s calling them out.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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