Tuesday, March 15, 2005
The annual report by a press watchdog that is affiliated with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism said that 36 percent of stories about Bush were negative compared to 12 percent about Kerry, a Massachusetts senator.Makes one wonder about the influence of the MSM, doesn't it? Wonder no more: John F. Kerry has analyzed the situation. His conclusion: the "discernment," as he would term it, of the MSM was undermined by nefarious sources, thus leading the voters astray:
We learned ... that the mainstream media, over the course of the last year, did a pretty good job of discerning. But there's a subculture and a sub-media that talks and keeps things going for entertainment purposes rather than for the flow of information. And that has a profound impact and undermines what we call the mainstream media of the country. And so the decision-making ability of the American electorate has been profoundly impacted as a consequence of that. The question is, what are we going to do about it?"A sub-media that talks and keeps things going for entertainment purposes rather than for the flow of information? Why that sounds like Spitbull! We're so flattered. We'd use the phrase as our new tagline but it's too wordy to work "for entertainment purposes."
ARGH...May the sun raise boils upon thy ass...may thy genitals wither away...may thy scrotum itch with the itch of a thousand ants. Ye have punished my liberal servants and I will revenge myself upon thee...
...Desist ye mere scratchings of the earth...I am King of Cong, Lord of Laos, Count of Cambodia, Viscount of Vietnam, Earl of Heinz and Baron of Gray Matter...mere peasants may not tell their betters what to do and when to do it...I goeth as the wind goes, to and fro to the ends of the earth and who may know from whence I shall blow. In my own time I will reveal my magnificence to ye, ye dung of the earth and ye will shudder and be in awe when I raise again Dan Rather to smite thee. Ye will know my servants as the number 180 will be on their foreheads and they will be blessed.
J. Kerry (2008)
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