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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Members of “The Real Media” play the “Watergate Card” as they universally fall out of love with The POTUS and scurry from his bed.


If I may compare the collective media to a woman scorned, hell will hath no fury like the pissed off media, at least until The POTUS starts doing some hangdog groveling and sincere ass kissing.  The collective media made no effort to hide their pride of playing a major part in creating The Obama Presidency.  The message is clear; “We made you, and we will take you down, just like we did Nixon.”  From my point of view, members of the collective media are just as soiled; they are demonizing an inflatable-love-doll deity of their own design. 



Chicago Tribune “Son of Watergate”

The Washington Post “Echoes of Watergate.”

The Boston Herald (source of graphic) “Whitehouse reels from 3 scandals”


3 comments:

Pumice said...

It might also be that their reduced circulation is starting to dawn on them. I don't believe they have really changed. I think they will find a way to spin the blame to Bush.

Grace and peace.

Anonymous said...

Ah, I remember Sergeant Shultz...


gfa

Glenn B said...

It will all pass within a week or two and in the meantime my bet is they hope Benghazi will have been forgotten.