The events of the first full week in March of 2012 can all be used to provide evidence to support the theory that in the future historians and psychologists will look back at this week and conclude that Super Tuesday week was when reality became extinct in the
While waiting for Monday morning's installment of Uncle Rushbo's parade of propaganda to begin, we played the new
Was this week's story about a basketball game that featured the chanting of "U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!" an example of evidence that helps to prove that the United States is slowly adopting the philosophy of "One Fatherland, One Conservative point of view in the media, and One Political Dynasty"?
Then Uncle Rushbo made his clever apology for apologizing, which precipitated an avalanche of commentary about Limbaugh's level of sincerity. By the next day, Super Tuesday, Uncle Rushbo was asserting that the Republican Party is not waging a war on women. You think they are? "Get your mind right, Luke."
Then came the Super Tuesday results which didn't prove anything and only unleashed a torrent of speculation about who would get the nomination if none of the guys, who have spent vast fortunes for ads in/on conservative owned media, get enough delegates to cinch the nomination. The consensus of opinion seems to be that if the Republican Party can't get a nominee from the selection of those still standing in the elimination process, then they will have to give the nomination to someone else who is tan, fit, and well rested.
Norm Goldman, the radio talk show host who has conniptions when the Republican Party calls their opponents the "Democrat Party," played a sound byte of conservative talk show host Mark Levine using the dreaded "c-word" (One of George Carlin's Seven Deadly Words) to make a reference to President Obama. (So why not call the Fascists the Republic party? What's the difference between a Republic and a Democracy?)
The FCC is disregarding the reality of the sound byte that contains Levine saying that word which calls for an automatic drastic response from their agency and is, instead, acting as if it is a case of "no harm, on foul."
The Armed Forces Radio is ignoring calls to dump Limbaugh. It would be different if he were an offensive liberal voice.
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