Thursday, February 1, 2007

Senator Clinton, Perfumed Pundents and Scripts

For those of you who can stomach it, Goldberg of the National Review comes out with the Standard Script for Senator Clinton. It is 100% choice fertilizer, but it does not stop others in the so called MSM from attempting to give it legitimacy.

This is what Bob Somerby, aka “The Daily Howler”, refers to as perfumed pundits following the script. Not only do these stenographers insist on following the script, they get angry, testy and down right defensive when their subjects refuse to follow the script.

Remember Howard Dean, and his refusal to follow the Republican script as dutifully put out by the pre$$titutes Blitzer and Couric about "Casino" Jack Abramoff alledgedly giving money to both political partys.

Damn, but the reaction of these two “journalist” when the Doctor refuse to play the game was priceless. Wolfie looked like a deer caught in the headlights. Katydid reacted with self righteous indignation.

Howard Dean showed all Dem Politicians how to deal with lying media lapdogs, Do Not Play Their Game. If you refuse to follow the script, you can put them on the defensive and force them to deal with reality. You tell them NO, you may be a lapdog/pre$$titute/media whore, but I am not a customer. Start practicing journalism instead of stenography.

3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Guy
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