Monday, March 1, 2010

Someone recently wondered why the media don't report some very i,mstories, stories connected to American military activity.

Don't you know:
The Main Stream Media are leftist dogs.
The don't LIVE in the real world, only observe it and feel detached because they think of themselves as unconnected, as observers.
When one of them gets killed they're very upset, it's like getting killed by Popeye while you're watching the Saturday morning cartoons - unthinkable.
Anything that doesn't agree with their preconceived notions and/or opinions is not completely real.
Why report on unreal, incorrect things?

So there.


LL said...

The mainstream media became the state run media sometime during the Bush Administration when they became part of the MORE radical left than they have ever been.

The mainstream media reported more or less fairly on Clinton - but perhaps he was too centrist and that's why they felt that way about him.

Their favorite son, reveling in the national socialization of the America follows their twisted perception of an ideal country (something between Sweden and Russia). However if you report unfavorable information in Russia, you have an encounter with a bullet and a lime pit. The state-run media had best remember that.

Opus #6 said...

And anybody who believes in those unreal things is a complete idiot. A moron.

Like all of us Tea Party Americans.

WoFat said...

The attitude, Opus, is, "If you don't agree with me, you're wrong and should therefore be shut up. By any means necessary."