My guess is that you are plenty stupid according to the media and most politicians, since they seem to laugh in your face non-stop.
It was once said: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”
From the way the voters vote, it seems to me that the politicians and media can fool most of the people all of the time.
I also really like the saying that goes . . . “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”
So, you ask . . . or you should ask – Why do I lump the media into the same camp as the politicians, INCLUDING FOX News?
Here is why:
When Barack Hussein Obama was chosen to deliver the Key Note Address at the 2004 Democrat Convention, he was a freshman Senator no one had ever heard of before. But, in 20/20 hindsight, it is obvious, at least it is to me, that the Chicago LEFT were setting him up for much MORE than just giving him the honor of delivering such an important speech.
Within minutes of hearing Obama’s speech, Bill Hemmer, who was then with CNN, and now with FOX News, excitedly gave Obama a huge thumbs-up as if he had just witnessed the THIRD COMING.
When the not so Conservative Scott Brown won the Senator’s race in Massachusetts in 2010, and gave his colorful acceptance speech, he was touted as the new Republican President-In-Waiting by MOST of the media.
As Marco Rubio became better known to the media; he too was tapped to become the next President. But, so was Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, just like the media is now focusing on the Republican Young Guns like Cantor and Ryan.
And, when the media decides to destroy a candidate for no good reason, as they did to Christine O’Donnell who was hands down better than her opponents simply because she actually made what she stood for public, and was the choice of the people at the Republican Primary, the media succeeded in making her look like a laughing stock.
Dana Perino and Carl Rove of FOX News also couldn’t wait to viciously jump on top of O’Donnell the moment she won the primary, guaranteeing that her belittlement came from all sides.
We all know that the media is incredibly biased, as are the politicians on the LEFT, which is no longer even a poorly kept secret. And we all saw how the media used the Tucson Shooting to blame Conservatives, INCLUDING and ESPECIALLY Sarah Palin for the murders and mayhem.
And even though every scintilla of evidence pointed to how wrong the media and the LEFTIST politicians were in their blame-game, not one of them has come forward with an apology.
Yet, somehow, the blame the Conservative mantra of the media and the LEFT morphed into TONE DOWN THE RHETORIC, so much so, that Democrats want everyone to sit together, hold hands in a candle lit room, smell the incense, and sing Kumbaya.
The big thing now is for the Republicans and the Democrats to sit together amongst each other, instead of on their own sides in the House during the State of the Union Address, which is a suggestion that has been accepted with open arms from quite a few Republicans.
I am a Canadian, so I don’t get a vote. But, if I was an American, I would NEVER-EVER vote for my Representative or Senator who decided to sit with the ENEMY. And when I say enemy, I don’t mean it frivolously. The LEFT are indeed the enemy of the people.
And if you don’t think I’m right about the LEFT being the enemy, just look at what they’ve done to the countries where they sit in government majorities.
LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO AMERICA!
I watched Republican Minority Senate Leader Mitch McConnell interviewed on FOX News yesterday morning (Sunday January 23, 2011) with Chris Wallace, where McConnell referred to the Democrats as his FRIENDS three times during his on-air appearance.
How does that make you feel, that the person leading the Republican charge in the Senate, thinks that the people who are destroying America on the other side of the aisle are his friends?
And as for Chris Wallace, I think he would be better suited to be with CNN rather than with FOX News, unless FOX News has decided to move more to the LEFT, which is something that seems to me to be happening.
As I wrote at the beginning of this editorial, the media and politicians are laughing their heads off at the people who the media and politicians depend upon for their very existence, since there has to be no question whatsoever in their minds as to how stupid most of you (not me, and probably not MOST of the people who read these editorials) must be, since most of the people repeatedly buy the crap they sell.
Remember – FOOL ME ONCE, SHAME ON YOU – FOOL ME TWICE, SHAME ON ME.
Watch the State of the Union Address, and remember who decides to sit with whom. Remember who thinks of the enemy as their FRIENDS. And who has bought this stupid concept of political bipartisanship in a FREE society where that FREEDOM is based almost EXCLUSIVELY upon confrontational politics.
And then recall that memory in 2012 during the Primaries, before you vote for the person you want to represent you in the national election.
In closing – As I’m writing this editorial at 9:33 Monday morning January 24, 2011, I just heard Bill Hemmer (FOX News) refer to the upcoming State of the Union Address as Barack Obama’s MOST important speech.
AND HE’S JUST ONE OF MOST TALKING HEADS TO HAVE SAID THIS.
Wasn’t Obama’s last speech on the Tucson Shooting his MOST important? At least that’s what the media said. Or that race-related speech he made when he first became President? That too, according to the media was his MOST important speech. Then there was the Cairo speech to the Moslems. That too was his MOST important speech.
So, which is it?
Which is Obama’s MOST important speech . . . because the media’s confusing the hell out of me? Or is it every combination of words that comes out of the Messiah’s mouth that is his MOST important speech?
Just as a matter of equilibrium: How many times have you ever heard anyone in the media say that this is his MOST important speech, referring to George W Bush, even within the immediate aftermath of 9/11?
THEY’RE LAUGHING – THEY’RE LAUGHING HARD.
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Best Regards . . . Howard Galganov