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Media "Cocoon" Obtuseness

Dan_NV Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 9:55 AM
With the re-election of Obama, the liberal media and their sycophantic liberal minions have declared unto themselves the mantle of supremacy. They now feel they have a mandate to heap scorn, ridicule and diktat upon the whole of conservative America with impunity. I'll leave it to others for now to dwell on why we lost the election but I would caution our self-anointed rulers on becoming over celebratory. Everything they think they have achieved, is even at this moment, unraveling in a catastrophic way. From our progressive scolds to their enablers in the Republican establishment, the bubble in which they have been immersed for so many decades is about to implode, with a bang, not a whimper.
PhdisReality Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:26 AM
That's a lot of words for not saying sh|t
eddie again Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:03 AM
the most likely reason that logic and reason were defeated in the presidential election is that we have far too many government educated people in the usa.

government run education should be outlawed.

In the wake of the GOP defeat last week, Politico's Jonathan Martin has emerged to lecture Republicans on the danger of living in a "media cocoon" of right-leaning news outlets.

The piece is a case study in liberal obtuseness.  Does Martin not understand that the very existence of talk radio and Fox News opinion programs (their news is more balanced than anyone's) is a stunning rebuke to the media establishment he represents?  If the MSM were truly "fair and balanced" -- if it were truly "inclusive" of a "diversity of voices" (to employ hot liberal buzzwords) --  then the...