Never let a good crisis go to waste Rahm Emmanuel There is nothing more dangerous than an excuse DaTechGuy Back in 2010 when the MSM needed something ANYTHING to pretend the Tea Party Rallies were nothing special they grasped onto the Coffee Party (you might remember them) the other 98 percent (I doubt you remember … Continue reading Hurricane Sandy the 2012 Jon Stewart Rally for the MSM
Today's commentary is on the day the media can not avoid that edges ever closer. Here is the teaser: The full commentary available only with the password is here, to view it simply hit DaTipJar and I'll send you the code as soon as I see the confirmation e-mail. If you don't want to worry … Continue reading Subscriber Tease: The Day the Media Can’t avoid
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Remember when the map was solidly against Mitt Romney, when I even heard some people suggest he could win the popular vote but lose because the map was too daunting: Well Guess what Time is publishing: Halperin writes: Here’s why some Democrats are worried tonight. If Romney wins the three Southern battlegrounds (FL, NC, and … Continue reading Media Credibility Day oh THAT Electoral Map
As Democrats Demoralized as Hell slowly morphs into Lemmings reserving one way bus tickets to Windows hill our friends in the MSM continue to discover things that were once not the subject of much reporting: Stacey Dash, who also has Mexican heritage, is best known for the 1995 film "Clueless" and the recent cable-TV drama … Continue reading Media Credibility Day: The AP Questions Racial Voting
When I saw via Glenn this headline at the AP: As Election Day nears, Romney crowds are surging I simply had to laugh. I've covered Mitt Romney events in Bow, in Nashua and at St. Anselm College. All three of these rallies had huge crowds particularly for a small state like New Hampshire All of … Continue reading Media Credibility Day Preview, the AP discovers Romney’s Crowds