Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The CLSA, Palin and the DNC

The A.P. has a short story on Palin's speech before the CLSA. By the A.P. report, the CSLA has softened its previous remarks that were made by CEO Slone.

CLSA requested Palin's speech be closed to reporters so she could make an "unfettered" presentation to investors, according to spokeswoman Wheeler. And Palin, whose supporters have long accused the media of bias and harsh treatment, agreed.

Then you have this from the DNC.

Hari Sevugan, a spokesman for the Democratic National Committee, said Tuesday the group knew little about Palin's speech.

"We're curious as to what she's willing to say in private but not in public," Sevugan said. "Are there other countries that she can see from her window that she doesn't want us to know about?"

Nice try with the DNC. They should ask why Clinton gave a "televised" version of a speech instead of showing up. And as I said earlier in the comments section to "Annie", that his "fireside" chat that was a yawner, was closed to the press.

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