I guess I was not the only person that noticed

A few days ago, I wrote a rather hardcore article about what I saw in a CPAC interview over at HotAir.com

I guess I was not the only one who noticed. This blogger and this blogger, noticed it too.

Yeah, I know, both of those bloggers most likely hate my guts; but, when they are right, they are right. I won’t let my personal feelings about one or the both of them get in the way of facts.

Others: Ricochet Conversations FeedMediaite, Riehl World View, The Other McCain, Riehl World View (part 2) (Via Memeorandum)

Please note: There were others, but most of them were liberals who made filthy comments about this topic. I won’t give them traffic.

 

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7 thoughts on “I guess I was not the only person that noticed”

  1. I do not think Stacy hates your guts.  But I can’t answer for him either.

    I thought the skirt thing was more an issue of framing, by making sure Ms. Korbe’s legs were visible in the shot (I am assuming that, but that may be coincidental), it resulted in the video being framed wrong.  It would have been better with just one interviewer (either Ed or Tina and Rick Santorum with head and shoulder shots).   There is a reason many interviews are done at a table (Santorum looked a bit awkward too with the camera angle and his hands crossed over his lap).  

    1. I thought the skirt thing was more an issue of framing, by making sure
      Ms. Korbe’s legs were visible in the shot (I am assuming that, but that
      may be coincidental), it resulted in the video being framed wrong.  It
      would have been better with just one interviewer (either Ed or Tina and
      Rick Santorum with head and shoulder
      shots).   There is a reason many interviews are done at a table
      (Santorum looked a bit awkward too with the camera angle and his hands
      crossed over his lap).

      I hear ya, it could have been. But the skirt was a bit too short. If I were Santorum, I would have refused to do the interview.

      As for Stacy, I’m still waiting and watching. I’m not a big fan of walking into traps.

       

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