It's all fun all the time, talking up the 2008 presidential race and eerily reminiscent of the enthusiastic talk-up to the Iraq war. The way fable news bobs and weaves through the daily bloodletting and horror worsening by the day, if not hour, would make "the greatest"
boxer, Mohammed Ali, green with envy. This is the worst propaganda eva'; 'Rudy, Rudy, Rudy, leader, leader, leader,' (election by injection). It is true, that fables hold more truth than cable and MSM. What a bunch of bad actors. The show must go on -- yuck. Bad dog! Bad pony!
Can you believe Olbermann was renewed for four years? Was it a case of complete amnesia by an MSNBC decision maker? Something going on there, something decent that is, and thank the powers that be for that decision, for this bright COUNTDOWN light beaming in a dark and snaking broadcast tunnel. Hallelujahs!
Following Olbermann is Brokeback Country. (Joking, but you'll let me know if it wasn't funny). Joe Scarborough's show has improved a lot in the balance sector. I give him credit. None of us is perfect.
So, it appears programmers think force-feeding viewers propaganda won't create blowback. Perhaps, after the amazing drugs they're taking wear off, they'll rethink the policy, but don't hold your breath, write, b*tch and moan. You won't qualify for a Pulitzer, but at least you'll feel better.
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