Why Do These Guys Still Have Jobs?

The Mainstream Media is defunct. The vast majority spend the entirety of their time trying to show how those opposed to their big-government agenda are loose cannons, wackos and extremists.

Today, hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered at upwards of 800 cities across the country to make their voices heard. Their voices represented all races, genders and political persuasions. The media would have done well to OBJECTIVELY cover them, but as we know by now that would be asking for way too much.

Case in point is the bitter CNN reporter who tried to verbally debate the guy she was questioning. Where is the objectivity here? Is this the product of our college journalism program? It is no wonder their ratings have sunk below MSNBC (not a flattering thing). Perhaps if the reporters would just report and not judge…

The revolution is at hand. Will you be a leader or a follower?

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4 thoughts on “Why Do These Guys Still Have Jobs?

  1. I attended the Tea Party in San Antonio in front of The Alamo. It was amazing! Glenn Beck and Ted Nugent were the best! I saw several local news media vans but I have yet to see anything on the noon news. Maybe it was on last night. I got home late so I missed the 10:00 news. I am in wonderment that there was not more reporting on this event. There were thousands of people gathered in front of The Alamo. You had Glenn Beck, Ted Nugent, actress Janine Turner, Greta Van Susteran and thousands yelling Secession, but barely a peep from the local media. The media and our GL are ignoring us. Well, they had better watch it because the demands by the citizens of this country will sneak up on them and they won’t know what hit ’em. That will be a good thing. 🙂

  2. Watch James Walcott’s response to questions on C-SPAN news and you will see why. There were not millions gathered, there was no anger and hatred spewed, so it is a non-issue and scarcely worth a look.

    It is unfortunate that our rallies were just normal folks with no real protest or organization experience. Even those with the big named people at them were coordinated mostly by local folks wanting to do something.

    Unlike the anti-war and pro-immigration rallies that were pushed and funded by the likes of MoveOn and the unions.

    Which has more weight? People who really want to fix the problem? Or those who are told to be their by their bosses or those who just had to skip school or get bussed in from the mission to make the numbers seem larger than they really were?

  3. I attended the NYC Tea Party. No one is reporting it! The crowd swamped both sides of Broadway for 4 city blocks, but NBC reported: “Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich took the podium in front of New York’s City Hall while the crowd of about 2,000 chanted, “We are America!”

    The actual NYPD crowd estimate was 13,000. Truthful & unbiased? I DON’T THINK SO! Shame on NBC, and the MSM!

  4. Is anybody here really surprised at the MSM’s lack of coverage? I stopped watching the three major networks a while ago due to the bias I saw. Nowadays, one has to take any news with a few grains of salt and a lot of thought. Too many IDIOTS out there trying to pass themselves off as “journalists”. The CNN bimbo (yes, I SAID it !) majored in English in college…did she not? That’s no ‘journalist’ IMHO.

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