Stalking In The Name Of Journalism?
To this day, when it comes to Barack Obama, the mainstream press has been almost uniserially uninterested in investigating his background. But, Sarah Palin? She: has a weird stalker/journalist living next to her now,this to add,
Spring has sprung in Alaska, and with this beautiful season comes the news today that the Palins have a new neighbor! Welcome, Joe McGinniss!
Yes, that Joe McGinniss. Here he is — about 15 feet away on the neighbor’s rented deck overlooking my children’s play area and my kitchen window. Maybe we’ll welcome him with a homemade blueberry pie tomorrow so he’ll know how friendly Alaskans are.
We found out the good news today. Upon my family’s return this morning from endorsement rallies and speeches in the Lower 48 states, I finally got the chance to tackle my garden and lawn this evening! So, putting on the shorts and tank top to catch that too-brief northern summer sun and placing a giddy Trig in his toddler backpack for a lawn-mowing adventure, I looked up in surprise to see a “new neighbor” overlooking my property just a stone’s throw away. Needless to say, our outdoor adventure ended quickly after Todd went to introduce himself to the stranger who was peering in…
Joe announced to Todd that he’s moved in right next door to us. He’s rented the place for the next five months or so. He moved up all the way from Massachusetts to live right next to us — while he writes a book about me. Knowing of his many other scathing pieces of “journalism” (including the bizarre anti-Palin administration oil development pieces that resulted in my Department of Natural Resources announcing that his work is the most twisted energy-related yellow journalism they’d ever encountered), we’re sure to have a doozey to look forward to with this treasure he’s penning. Wonder what kind of material he’ll gather while overlooking Piper’s bedroom, my little garden, and the family’s swimming hole?
Welcome, Joe! It’ll be a great summer — come borrow a cup of sugar if ever you need some sweetener. And you know what they say about “fences make for good neighbors”? Well, we’ll get started on that tall fence tomorrow, and I’ll try to keep Trig’s squeals down to a quiet giggle so we don’t disturb your peaceful summer. Enjoy!
Just to add to the extreme creepiness of the whole situation, his son had
I haven’t been able to reach McGinniss, but did send an errant email to his son, the novelist Joe McGinniss Jr., who replied, “Sadly, she’s right. We tried our best to intervene, but alas, the heart wants what it wants. We can only pray for him now. He’s convinced that Todd will step aside and when the time is right, he’ll be there, right next door, to pick up the pieces.”
I have no idea how serious he was about that, but the good news is that if the Palin family finds a rabbit boiling on the stove, they now know who’s probably responsible.
In any case, Sarah’s onto something here:
And you know what they say about “fences make for good neighbors”? Well, we’ll get started on that tall fence tomorrow…
Here’s a thought: Build a fence taller than the rented house, knock it out in a week, and then hold a press conference in front of it asking why the: federal: government can’t do the same thing on the border? Not only would that be genius; : it would be a very Palin thing to do. Keep giving the bast@rds Hell, Sarah!
OK, excuse me if this sounds a bit like a fan-boy post, but Sarah Palin herself tweeted to her “tweeps”
Some liberals would have you believe that just because you can’t see it on the surface, Mitt Romney’s campaign ads
= On the afternoon of June 6, Breitbart correspondent Ben Shapiro marveled at how harshly President Obama was treated in