Sammy Sofa wrote:Dude was just embarrassed to stand up:
Duke Silver wrote:You've never been right about anything. You bitch and moan at the slightest hint of things not going right ... Suck my ass, you whiny little bitch.
The first step toward ending the soccer-flop-style relationship between mainstream media and its right wing antagonists is for journalists to accept that the fight is over, and conservatives have won. There are many ways to gauge that victory, but the clearest illustration comes from Pew, which has studied the issue extensively and found that while liberal voters tend to get their news from a wide variety of sources, conservative voters overwhelmingly turn to a smaller number of right wing outlets, and seldom venture out of Fox News-dominated echo chambers to learn about political events.
CubinNY wrote:Someday soon someone in the media is going to discover secret memos or notes showing the quid pro quo between this permanent tax cut for corporations and the "bonuses" handed out. This screams PR stunt. I hope the people don't fall for it.
1. George Bush was the President for all of 2008
2. The Democrats lost the House in 2010
3. DACA wasn't created until 2012
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