Saturday, March 27, 2010

Media, Dems look to Buck Tea Party Movement

Uncomfortable with being displaced and disdained, the media elites and their minions continue to demean the American people and the First Amendment freedoms by mis-reporting and mischaracterizing the people in their typical crotch kick fashion.
"Conservative columnist Andrew Breitbart disputed accounts that tea party activists in Washington shouted racial epithets at black members of Congress amid the health care debate, although he didn't provide any evidence."

And the author of the piece disputed accounts that he is a biased moron windbag, but he didn't provide any evidence. The fact is that Jesse Jackson Jr. videotaped the entire leisurely tour the Congressional liberal Black Caucus took through the citizens they had just got through screwing over. If any racial epitaphs had been used then Jesse would have shared them. That would be deductive evidence. However what the press seem to require is hard evidence that no racial epitaphs were used, which of course cannot be provided. It is sometimes possible to prove that things did happen. It is almost impossible to prove that they did not. It's a typical Pansie move by these dolts from the left, and I am happy to note their popularity and influence decline with each passing day.
"Now a Fox News analyst and potential 2012 presidential candidate, Palin faced criticism after posting a map on her Facebook page that had circles and cross hairs over 20 Democratic districts. She also sent a tweet saying, "Don't Retreat, Instead - RELOAD!"

Oh my, that is troubling. Ms. Palin is using sports analogies, linking back to the Dems ealier criticisms of her that she had.. gulp..hunted game (gasp, tears, weeping). Please! What a bunch of twits. Well, Mr. Media, will you also give up the use of sports analogies in your everyday written language? Will we no longer read about "No holds barred" (wrestling), "Piling on"(football), "Gameplan" (basketball), "Endgame" (chess) and so on?

Not likely. Look boys, take a deep breath. No one's going to take away your bathroom pass.

Meanwhile, in the midst of their bashing of corporate greed, the Times reports that owner of the New York Times Arthur 'Pinch' Sulzberger received bonuses and other compensation more than doubling his pay to $2.4 million while corporate president and CEO Janet L. Robinson received a total compensation package valued at $5.58 million in 2008. This at a time when New York Times managers are forcing all employees to take a five percent pay cut, and reporters from Times subsidiary the Boston Globe were warned by Times executives that their paper will be folded if they do not come up with $20 million in pay cuts and layoffs.

Hmmm. Perhaps less time parsing the meaning of phrases on Sarah Palin websites, more time looking at your own accounting practises.


  1. OK. I'm up way too late to actually read anything else tonight, but I have to ask... What is the picture from?

  2. Hey Cathy!

    The top picture? That popped up in an image gallery when I was looking for a picture of 'Pinch' Sulzberger. I don't know about you, but I thought it was a perfect representation of Mr. Media.

    The bottom picture is the 'Pinch' himself.

  3. Well, yes certainly. That's a scream. And how nice of Michael Wolff of Vanity Fair to point that out. If Rupert's goal is to get under Sulzberger's skin, there is nothing better than for VF to run a piece about how Pinch looks like a girlie man, and referring to him as 'Young Arthur' is more of the same. Look, Murdoch has his eyes on the Times, and the Times is indeed in trouble. If they don't get a government bail-out like the auto boys did then they are going down. Not today, not tomorrow, but soon. And all this is irrelevant background noise. Rupert Murdoch wants the NYT, and the NYT is failing. The only thing that will change the equation would be the insertion of the Federal government.

    "Murdoch often uses the editorial power of his papers to pursue his business goals. Foremost on his agenda is to maul The New York Times."

    That's not really a lofty goal. Pinch is doing a mighty fine job mauling the New York Times all on his own.

  4. Repeal and Rollback ... or Reload!