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Saturday, July 24, 2010


Kyra Phillips and John Roberts discussed the "mixed blessing of the internet," and agreed that there should be a crackdown on anonymous bloggers who disparage others on the internet. Exhibiting an extreme case of the media euphoria over Shirley Sherrod’s vindication, moments before Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack appeared before the cameras CNN senior political analyst David Gergen gushed to Rick Sanchez: "I have to tell you, Rick, I don't want to put her on too high a pedestal....But I kept thinking about Nelson Mandela as I heard her story..."

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Mr Mannn said...

Of course these same talking heads make no mention of Joe the Plumber who reputation was smeared by professional journalists.
National Media = Hypocrites.

john mccarthy said...

But the media wants no part of treason in wartime by the National Security Council. Most if not all of the members of the NSC from June, 1966 are deceased, but the once top secret State Department documents are alive and well and on the Internet for all to see, so far 2,000,000+ visitors.


Two years before the State Department documents appeared on the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas, the linchpin document was placed on the Internet @


texlahoma said...

At about 2:26 into the video the female anchor says something like "These anonymous bloggers are a bunch of cowards, just seeking attention."
How do you seek attention when you are anonymous? Seems she's pretty but not too bright.

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