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Friday, May 12, 2006

Your Fair & Balanced Media At Work

The Washington Post covers the Minuteman rally in D.C. and, in doing so, gives free space in its paper and on the MSNBC website (top bullet point when I looked) to the rants and raves of whackjob Jim Gilchrist.

The turnout at the rally ---

"about 150 people"

Shit, I've thrown parties to which more than 150 people came. And what's with the "about" 150. The Washington Post's crack staff couldn't muster an actual count and had to estimate. Jeebus, there was probably 131 and the Post wanted to give the fuckers the benefit of the doubt.

Is there any conservative cause, argument, spin, etc. for which the Washington Post won't put on the kneepads?

8 Comments:

  • Short answer....
    no

    By Anonymous ykwhia, at 10:57 PM  

  • Geez, Mac, you're starting to sound like the conservative crackpots who always spout off about the "liberal media"...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:13 AM  

  • I agree, anonymous.

    Is there any liberal blogger media bashing issue, argument, spin, etc. for which Macswain won't put on the kneepads?

    If there is Macwain, please give us one.

    By Anonymous get right, at 8:34 AM  

  • Macswain, knows all about "kneepads" and "pocket Pussys" Rolly

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:41 AM  

  • Rolly:

    you're the last guy who should be talking about "pocket pussy." Aren't you the guy who wants to "do" senator-to-be Katharine Harris?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:29 PM  

  • Yes, anonymous, I would like to take "Katharine the Squinter" and take her hard. She would be making low guttural noises that sounded something like the abdominal grunts uttered from the bowels of a Baleen Whale just before he blew.

    Rolly

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