August 30, 2006
Spot-on, I Tell You
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The media just spent about a week in nonstop frenzy over this guy who made a false confession about killing a child ten years ago, in a case where assuming the guilt of anyone should have had "CAUTION" stamped all over it in huge, neon-red letters. And, of course, it turns out he didn't do it. The media just blew a whole week on a delusional wacko, as I predicted, though they did give brief and nominal coverage to the president violating the Constitution of the United States of America.
In the meantime, the Speaker of the House nullified a congressional election in violation of the Constitution of the United States of America, and pretty much no one covered it in this country.
So, nutball pervert lying about ten-year-old murder case = nonstop week-long media frenzy. Stories about the President and Speaker of the House committing egregious violations of the Constitution, both breaking within a few days = page 17 story.
Yep. Our priorities are spot-on.