You don't believe blogs and discredit them based on that fact alone, then you post some and all of the sudden there credible, make up your mind.
I again challenge you to find the subjectivity at Politifact. Whereas you don't want anyone questioning your sources, I fully expect mine to be questioned. See, the sites that you provide (NewsMax, NewsBusters, Conservativevoice, GOPUSA, Townhall, etc) are all conservative biased. Hell, it's in some of their names. Factcheck and Politifact are unbiased and nonpartisan. They'll defend Palin from lies just as quickly as they will defend Obama, but they will also quickly knock either of em if they twist the facts (and they all have).
Just like a good quote miner, you strip out the parts that will make a statement the weapon you're looking for. Fortunately I know my own words... and those words are conservative
blogs. Politifact/Factcheck are not conservative, nor are they liberal. They hold no leaning. Now, if I were to post something from say, Crooks and Liars, then you'd have some ground to stand on in your argument.
So come on, pick up the gauntlet and show me the subjectivity in those sources.