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  • DNC notes

       July 26, 2004

    Ok, I've had about all of the DNC that I can handle, so I'm done. I made it halfway through President Carter.

    Some observations:

    1) On CNN, I caught the announcers talking about the "blog buzz" generated by Gore's speech. A scant 10 mins after he was finished talking, these yahoos were up there saying "We're getting an overwhelmingly positive response from the blogosphere, from all over the world, blah blah blah...." Yeah, right. CNN, "the only station that has ever anchored from the floor of the DNC," expects us to believe that 10 mins after Gore spoke, the whole world hopped onto the internet and started pecking away at their keyboards, all to praise Gore's ridiculous "sour grapes" speech. Whatever. Now you know why the DNC made such a big deal about their inviting bloggers to the convention - so they could go on TV and make it look like they have a huge Howard Dean-style grass-roots support base. Guess what bloggers? As Ashton Kutcher would say, "You got PUNK'D!"

    2. Not a single camera shot of the audience doesn't have a black person in it. You think I'm kidding? Talk about playing the race card. The DNC is trying hard as hell to look like the "party of diversity," and why? You've really got to think about that. It's certianly not to attract the Black vote - Blacks overwhelmingly vote Democrat, by something like 95%. Wake up, Black America. These tools are using you as pawns to further their own racist agenda.


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    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: frank at July 27, 2004 03:10 PM

    *CNN expects us to believe that 10 mins after Gore spoke, the whole world hopped onto the internet and started pecking away at their keyboards, all to praise Gore's ridiculous "sour grapes" ---Hehehe!! It is possible, after all, he did INVENT the Internet!!!!

     
     

     

     


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