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Defending Mitt, Smacking the MSM: Refreshingly Honest Commentary

Anderson4 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 1:39 PM
Are there any Republicans, at all, willing to advance legislation to bust up the MSM oligopoly? I mean, seriously, just a dozen corporations control TV, radio, movies, newspapers, magazines, pollsters, book publishing, and big pieces of the Internet. Wouldn't it benefit us all to antitrust most of these? They no longer provide the news, only spin, pointless argument, and info-tainment.
BSsifter Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 2:19 PM
I agree. I have said the Tea Party's next gathering with thousands of people should be outside the offices of NBC, CNN, ABC, etc. They are the ones selling this country down the tubes as much as obungler.

The mainstream media may have outdid even their own gutter level standards in obsessing over Mitt Romney's statement(s) about the still growing crisis in the Middle East rather than the "the fact that you have Islamic flags being hoisted over American Embassies, the fact that an American Ambassador is dead," as exasperated liberal commentator and Obama supporter Kirsten Powers even had to fume about during an interview with Fox's Megyn Kelly (below).  "It is just absolutely, utterly insane," Powers nearly screamed in frustration over the shameless incompetence of her liberal media colleagues.