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At the suggestion of his Nastiness, I am reposting something posted earlier to Facebook.

Red meat for the conspiracy theorists:

I am not one who sees a conspiracy in every media story, and  strongly suspect that this was a practical joke on the part of some KPHO employee. However, I can’t help but wonder if in the joke there is not a revelation that our “impartial media” is anything but.

2 Comments to “Impartial Media?”

  1. Supreme General Rayegun — October 22, 2012 @ 5:28 pm

    Vicar, let’s just say I am very glad I was not partaking of food or drink when I saw this on FB or here. Just sayin’.

    Here’s my take on this. Conspiracy, mheh…but not likely. Some “newsies” seriously lame attempt at an October surprise, probably. The truth, or ANYTHING remotely resembling a fascimile thereof….OH HELL NO! Not considering the lines at the voting places as early voting began today in the Lone Star State. Based on the LENGTH of the lines, folks in Texas are definitely exercising their Constitutional duty to ensure Al-Obambi and his minions get their sorely needed orders to cease and desist along with the EVICTION papers!

    Not to mention, the lame-stream media is not even in Al-Obambi’s lap anymore. They’ve moved from that locale to something more north of say the LARGE INTESTINE! Need proof? Wait about four hours and I bet CNN will show a video of their cameras detailing how far up Bambi’s ARSE they actually are!!!!

  2. Alan K. Henderson — October 25, 2012 @ 6:06 am

    What’s funny is that the faux election results have 17% of voters voting for neither GOP nor Dems. In comments I suggested those votes went to Clay Aiken.

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