Tuesday, September 28, 2010

'There's Booing in the Ballroom - We Don't Know Why'

If CNN wonders why they have such low ratings and no credibility it because they've been severely infected with Palin Derangement Syndrome. They put out garbage like this and before you know it people around the globe run with it as if it's fact.
It's the question the political world is asking after Bristol Palin's debut on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" Monday: Was her famous mother booed by the live studio audience?

That's what appeared to be the case when boos clearly became audible as questioner Brooke Burke was wrapping up an interview with another contestant on the show.

"There's booing in the ballroom - we don't know why,"
said Burke.
It's because they were booing the posting of some scores, not Palin. Yet that doesn't prevent CNN from going with this crap.
Speaking with the Washington Post, the show's executive producer, Conrad Green, said he wasn't sure why the audience was booing. But he doubted it was for Palin, noting that the audience stopped booing when she actually appeared on camera.
So people were booing yet when Sarah Palin appeared on screen they were not booing. So CNN runs a story wondering if she was booed.

How pathetic.

Sure enough, it's already news overseas and reported as fact.

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