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April 1, 2010

What was that about dissent?

The media are the lapdogs of the Democratic party because nine out of ten journalists are Democrats. So what threatens the Dems, naturally threatens the Liberal media.  This has been true for decades, at least since the 60s.  But I’ve never seen it this bad.  I’ve never seen it this transparent.  It’s like they know the jig is up and they’re going for broke.

But they never felt threatened by EIGHT YEARS of this:

“We’re going to have to come out and kill somebody.”

Plenty of more tape where this came from.  Conveniently ignored by our Liberal media back in the day when “dissent was patriotic.”

I expect partisan nonsense from Dems, Republicans, Lefties and Righties alike. It’s hardly worth our attention.  But from these so-called arbiters of truth in the Elite media?  The days of Liberal media hiding behind their neutral and objective facade are over.  Burn it all down.

And still nothing from these jackasses about the arrest of Eric Cantor’s stalker.

CBS’s Early Show and NBC’s Today on Tuesday ignored the arrest of a man who was plotting to kill Republican Congressman Eric Cantor. ABC’s Good Morning America mentioned the story only in a news brief in the 8am hour. Last week, however, GMA highlighted threats against Democrats and worried about “angry talk” from Sarah Palin.

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2 Comments »

  1. excellent. truth to power.

    If anything, this insurgency will show the power of memory (something the New Left is quite short on) to make sense of the current and ‘new’.

    It may sound ‘corny’ (which comes from the derogatory term ‘corn-fed,’ or not ‘modern’, or with the times), but this simple insistence on remembering is the first step away from Newspeak and Image-thinking, towards values and reasoning that are rooted in the wisdom of generations that came before us.

    Comment by paleocon — April 1, 2010 @ 08:30

  2. >>>If anything, this insurgency will show the power of memory (something the New Left is quite short on) to make sense of the current and ‘new’.

    Indeed. The irony escapes them entirely. Which is why I believe modern conservatism is closer to old school Liberalism than these people are. By a long shot. They have “progressed” far beyond what they were, that’s why I jumped their train.

    Comment by Jesusland — April 1, 2010 @ 14:56


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