Rich Eisen’s (Much) Better Half Vs. Gov. Palin’s Miracle Baby

Posted in non-sporting journalism, Parental Responsibility, politics at 7:24 pm by

The HuffPo’s Suzy Shuster has made one prior CSTB appearance, in a roundabout way. Occasion numero two is a little more substantial, in which the smarter member of the Eisen household writes of GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin, “did one thing irritate you more than any other ‘Aw, Shucks,”You Betcha,’ ‘Say it ain’t so, Joe’ moment during the debate?”  Well, other than all the lying, yeah, several things.  For Ms. Shuster, however, Palin’s most notable offense came “when for seemingly the millionth time, Sarah Palin trotted out her piece de resistance, her favorite prop of this campaign season: her five and a half month old son Trig.”

Why is this child up so late every time there is a camera op? Why isn’t this baby sleeping in a crib or bassinet somewhere with a sleep sheep or some other sound apparatus lulling him into night-night? Is it just me or does it seem like she carts this poor child around like a living breathing example of how wonderful a mom she is? After all, she’s more than adopted the “I’m just a mom, just like you moms out there, America” attitude.

But the truth is, if she was just like all you other Moms out there, America, then she’d know the best thing she can do for this infant is to make sure he is tucked safely in his bed and out cold at eleven pm. And please don’t say well, maybe she doesn’t have anyone to watch him. Believe that, and I’ve got a Bridge to Nowhere that I want to sell you.

My point is, if Palin is going to keep shoving the motherhood card down our collective throats, maybe she can start being a mom again and stop using her own kid for political gain.

4 responses to “Rich Eisen’s (Much) Better Half Vs. Gov. Palin’s Miracle Baby”

  1. Pork & Bean Buffet says:

    thanks lots for the smear link gerry. will you be linking to any negative drudge obama pieces anytime soon?

  2. GC says:

    if the Alaskan Gov. happily presents herself as you-can-have-it-all EveryMom, she’s putting her own family life under scrutiny. There’s hardly a smear here. Ms. Schuster states that Gov. Palin displayed her infant son to a national TV audience last Thursday night — that’s not a matter of opinion, that’s a fact. We all saw it.

    As for Palin’s motives and/or whether her conduct is improper, that’s a matter of opinion. But Schuster’s not trading in innuendo or outright lies.

    As I’m sure you already know, it’s highly unlikely I’ll be linking to any “negative druge obama pieces” in the near future. On the other hand, if it turns out Matt D. is married to to a well known NFL Network anchor, I’ll think about it.

  3. Dave says:

    I had no idea CSTB was stuck under the auspices of the Fairness Doctrine. Thanks for clarifying that Pork and Beans.

  4. Please keep me better informed the next time you move from theory to praxis, know what I’m sayin’?

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