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September 28, 2006

The Greatest Line Ever

Filed under: Humor,Politics — mlah @ 12:18 am

madame butterfly weighs in. i know her personally, and she is far from a heavyweight, but she can really strike a note when she wants. i’d give her some linky love here, but her website is now defunct. she took a break.

she thinks she quit, but i think she’ll be back.

much can be said nowadays about people being led around by their nose hairs. politically that is. it is a favorite mantra of the left that the right doesn’t think, they just obey. and since the left has control of the media, minus blogs, that’s what everybody hears and believes. the weak willed that is.

it is the right that makes decisions. and TRIES. don’t always get it right. nobody ever will. but at least they come up with a plan and try. better than sitting on their hands waiting for a public opinion poll. waiting for the asshats in control of the media to try and spin public opinion and then follow what the newspaper masters dictate to the government.

let’s see who follows the press.

left right

cbs foxnews

reuters rush limbaugh

abc swift boat vets
cbs founding fathers



noam chomsky


60 minutes

daily kos

and don’t get me started on newspapers. that list is way too long to even try. these are just things i can think of off of the top of my head.

who’s really the group of automotons following their programming? i see soldiers going to and coming from the sandbox everyday. i hear their stories of what is actually happening up there. and over in the ‘forgotten’ war too. it’s not the same story that the press reports. not even close. how hard would it be for a reporter to come where i am and ask the same questions? not. they can, and i bet they have. it’s just not the story they want to report.

once in a while madame butterfly hits a gold mine. right click and save please.


  1. “the newspaper masters dictate to the government”
    When has this occured?

    “swift boat vets
    founding fathers
    noam chomsky
    daily kos”
    These aren’t the press.

    “and don’t get me started on newspapers.”
    I hear Yup’s a secret fan of the WaPo.

    Comment by trick_shot_f-in_cheney — September 29, 2006 @ 8:01 am

  2. the newspaper masters dictate to the government, When has this occured?

    it’s called the yellow press, and it has been around since the spanish american war. don’t you read any history gus?

    remember vietnam? i think the government pulled out from pressure instigated and propagated by who?

    Daily kos is press. so is noam chomsky, a nice fiction writer. moveon? press with an agenda.

    Comment by mlah — September 29, 2006 @ 9:03 am

  3. Yes Senator, it is true, I have had a subscription to the Washington Post. I hope that this minor, youthful indiscretion will not derail your Committee’s consideration of my nomination to head the Starr Chamber.

    Comment by yup — October 1, 2006 @ 4:17 am

  4. Thanks Mlah!!!

    I do have a blog, but it’s completely related to my business-you’d find it boring, except for the occasional model photos! And, I have to admit, that gold mine is thanks to my hubby. Staunch Republican that he is! 🙂

    Comment by Madame Butterfly — October 7, 2006 @ 12:01 am

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