For you partisan media freaks that read this blog it is duly noted that I’ve ripped on Faux News enough lately that our shorter term readers may not know that we also have fun with CNN here at Slabbed including calling out CNN’s Anderson Cooper for cavorting with local political whores during the oil spill little over a year ago. Tee Vee news outfits like CNN and Faux News, (likely along with your local news outlets) are way more show biz than journalism. I don’t watch much cable news and sensationalized coverage of stories like the Casey Anthony trial are the reason.
Evidently Grace shamelessly used the tragic death of a 3 year old to boost her show’s ratings as she evidently tried and convicted Casey Anthony for her daughter’s death on the Tee Vee. Fact is the entire Tee Vee media herd was balls deep in the Anthony saga and it looks like most whiffed but none as spectacularly as Grace, who shares the distinction with Mary Landrieu of strongly reminding me of Miss Piggy.
To the extent these are same folks that made the trailer trash lady from Wasilla who shall remain nameless (along with her single mom daughter) a national media sensation take my advice and just say no to Tot Tee Vee.
With all this first birther nonsense going around I guess it is only fair to ask. Well Professor Bradford Scharlott of Northern Kentucky University did ask and he opines that baby Trig likely belongs to Bristol, not Momma. His paper, which I’ve embedded below is worth reading IMHO. Hat tweet Keith Douglas on Twitter and the Business Insider. ~ sop
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He was a whoring whore for Bill Clinton and now he plies the same trade at Faux News. Peter Schiff isn’t exactly liberal folks. (H/T Mr CLS via the Daily Bail)
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What can I say, we’re in!
The media obsession with Palin began naturally and innocently enough, when the Alaska governor emerged as an electrifying presence on the Republican presidential ticket more than two years ago. But then something unhealthy happened: Though Palin was no longer a candidate, or even a public official, we in the press discovered that the mere mention of her name could vault our stories onto the most-viewed list. Palin, feeding this co-dependency and indulging the news business’s endless desire for conflict, tweeted provocative nuggets that would help us keep her in the public eye – so much so that this former vice presidential candidate gets far more coverage than the actual vice president.
We need help. Continue reading “About this piece of Wasilla trailer trash, who shall remain nameless…..”