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Was the sudden epidemic of news stories alleging a mental break down by Howard Dean during a victory speech an example of a journalistic example of morphic resonance or was it part of a concerted coordinated conspiracy to bestow the "frontrunner" mantle on a Democrat for whom an extensive and far reaching attack on his strong point had been painstakingly assembled?   Did the unexpected Dean surge catch the Murdoch smear machine off guard?  

 

Did some bit of clandestine extortion and/or political blackmail occur during the twelve hours between the time Sen. Kerry told a nation wide TV audience that he would contest the 2004 election results in Ohio and the next morning when he suddenly switched to the "no worries, mate" attitude?

 

We've heard that one of MSNBC's talking heads has raised questions about some high profile unexplained political resignations and the possibility of some stealth extortion and political blackmail.  

 

One of the more interesting but almost completely ignored new conspiracy theories postulates a similarity between the crowded field of contenders for the Republican Party's 2012 Presidential nomination and Agatha Christie's classic mystery "Ten Little Indians."   The premise is that when the only Republican candidate left un-sullied is JEB, he will win the coveted prize by default.   (Oh!   Don't say that word this summer.)

 

Doesn't Fox wash away all doubts about the reliability of the unverifiable voting results from the electronic voting machines by reciting the ancient sorcerer's incantation:   "Conspiracy theory!"?

 

Some members of the conspiracy theory cult worshippers are asserting that the Wall Street Journal has done the Jekyll and Hide act with its (former) sterling reputation for untarnished quality news reporting.   (What do ya bet that conspiracy theory is being espoused by an insignificant blogger with the journalism equivalent of penis envy?)

 

Is "integrity" at the WSJ as dead as the old nine column three deck headline reserved by the New York Times for use on the days that meant that the course of history had changed overnight?

 

Once upon a time there was a blogger who noticed that when the Bush Administration suggested that folks in America should construct an airtight panic room as a precaution to protect them from chemical or biological terrorisms attacks, it ignored the very strong potential for death from asphyxiation.   He wrote a letter to the New York Times pointing out the grievous window of opportunity for tragedy.  

 

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