Reading Digest – 2 October 2012   Leave a comment

“Hi, Mr. Flanders, I see you’re reading the newspaper.” – Lisa Simpson
“Everything but the opinion page.  I don’t need to be told what to think, by anyone living.” – Ned Flanders

FoxNationLogo This is rich:


I can’t decide what’s funniest:

1) That the list of media outlets “Threatening Our Country’s Future” includes such well known destructive forces as Woman’s Day, and Bloomberg Radio.  (Surely a nation as august and powerful as the United States of America can withstand

2)  That it doesn’t contain such liberal bogymen like The New York Times, MSNBC, or CNN.

3)  That it does include those hotbeds of pinko thought, CNBC, CBS Marketwatch, and The Wall Street Journal.  (Actual story in today’s Journal: How Public Unions Exploit the Ruse of ‘Official Time’.  Organizers and high graders, the lot of ’em.)

4)  That the whole thing was put together by “AP Graphics”, which surely must be part of the lamestream media in the first place.  Poor FOX Nation, they can’t even find a properly unbiased graphic.  

DailyCallerLogo Things are even more confused at Carlson’s House of Wingnut Welfare.  Their lead story is a poorly done analysis article (co-written by Tucker C himself) about how Romney really can win, but this from down page a bit is just as telling:

Actually Believed It’s generally not a good sign when one of your specially picked quotes is “I actually believed what he said”.

NPRlogo The halfwits at NPR probably feel duty bound to say something about the election each and every day, but it’s hard to imagine something more vacuous than this:

Both Candidates Leave God Off The Campaign Trail

It’s an analysis about something that isn’t happening, sort of, at least according to a couple of guys they called on the phone.

Posted October 2, 2012 by Charlie Sweatpants in Reading Digest, The Simpsons

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