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October 28, 2008

Media coverage of ’The One’

It is no secret, even to those across the pond, whom the mainstream media is working to install as our 44th President. Check out Melanie Phillips' bracing commentary.

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And we have no reason to be concerned about selective justice, should "The One" actually get elected: http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-palineffigy28-2008oct28,0,3849487.story

Diane Singer

I've read a number of articles like this over the past few weeks. They leave me speechless. What else can we say to our fellow Americans who have fallen for this guy? His "righteous wind" seems more like a whirlwind of deceit and intimidation. I truly fear for America.


44th and Last?


What? Have none of you read Mark Early's post today? Stop your fretting and worrying. Obama isn't the Messiah, but, my word, neither is McCain.

"Yes, we’ll cheer if our candidates win and probably moan a bit if they don’t. But then, the next day, let’s roll up our sleeves and remember, win or lose, we still have to be salt and light in our culture."

Michael Snow

YEAH, MARTHA! Excellent.

The media isn't McCain's worst obstacle. Rather, it's the Republican political hacks running his campaign.

Their $150,000 wardrobe was the final nail in the coffin they built.

Chris Clukey


The fact that any significant number of Americans would evaluate a woman who may be called to serve as Commander-in-Chief in a time of war by how much some staffer spent on clothes is truly vomit-inducing. We may end up with a guy in office who spent 20 years in the church of G-D the USA and is the only politician I know of who voted to keep a form of infanticide legal, and the media wants to talk about Neiman Marcus.

I'm increasingly convinced that America's epitaph will read "She was too stupid to live."

Michael Snow

Chris, I think the epitaph will read, "The salt was savourless."

We need to heed Martha's advice/

Samuel X

The grave will be unmarked for years until historians try to track it down only to argue about the time of death and whether the corpse is somewhere in this graveyard or possibly Arlington. In the meantime numerous impersonators and relatives will appear to capitalize on their resemblance to the deceased, and die-hard conspiracy theorists will insist that it isn't really dead.

I think we're arguing pointlessly over an irrelevant metaphor.


"It is ever so with the things that Men begin: there is a frost in Spring, or a blight in Summer, and they fail of their promise." -- J.R.R. Tolkien as Gimli Gloinsson

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