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Is the futon comfortable in Mommy's basement?
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Election Could Mirror 1980 Race

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 8:19 AM
DoctorRoy. Excuse me for interrupting your political debate fun, you have hundreds of new patients waiting in the lobby with shiny new insurance cards, you have thousands of new federal regulations to comply with and tens of thousands of new Medicare billing codes to learn before you can bill any patients to be "reimbursed" forty cents on the dollar. Have a nice day, sir.
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Election Could Mirror 1980 Race

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 8:12 AM
The rigged polling may have an unintended consequence for Team Obama. Democrats may feel this election is so "in the bag" they may decide they don't need to spend the gas money to get to the polls themselves. Somebody else will do that for me...
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Election Could Mirror 1980 Race

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 8:10 AM
These "battle ground" polls are designed to make news, not reflect it.
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Election Could Mirror 1980 Race

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 8:08 AM
If every liberal news outlet was outraged about the four dead, the rest of America would be too. The liberal press treated 9/11 as an act of war. This attack was too, but the potential damage to Obama was too great to report it as such. By any means. The end justifies the liberal means.
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Election Could Mirror 1980 Race

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 8:04 AM
The media is desperately trying to keep Obama afloat until the debates. They know undecideds are waiting to see if Romney can sell them on his plans, not just run on Obama's failed record. The MSM is going to exert it's unique selling power in every imaginable way once the debates start. Everything to help Obama and hurt Romney will be done. It's going to kill Romney. Unless Mitt shines brighter in the debates. No amount of press spin can truly change what people see live, for themselves. Or at least I hope not. If Romney is the clear winner in the debates the press will be unable to help Obama defy gravity any longer and he will fall to Earth in a stunning landslide election. Or at least I hope so.
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Just Another Day in Obama's America

jlabbe Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 6:29 AM
We know the press covers for Obama. What does $1 Billion worth of in-kind political contribution buy you? Polling even with a good challenger. How the press can sleep at night is beyond me. Will they be held accountable for the destruction of this country if Obama is reelected. Not a chance.
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MSM: The Unreality Journalists

jlabbe Wrote: Jun 25, 2012 7:26 AM
I've been thinking lately that CNN has a real chance at revival, should they choose to. At a ratings crossroad, the one time news leader is at an all-time low in viewership. Both sides, left and right have their diet of red meat fed to them on Foxnews and MSNBC. If CNN were able to create a true balanced, unbiased editorial stance the people would gravitate to it. Every metric can be quantified and analysed and made into an easy to read TV graphic. Think baseball broadcasts where now even OBP (on base percentage) is understood and followed along with batting averages, earned run averages, etc by even the most casual fan of the game. Imagine if every journalist at CNN was followed as closely as a ballplayer?
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