Thursday, December 08, 2005

One of these things...

One of these things is not like the others,
One of these things just doesn't belong,
can you tell which one is not like the others,
by the time I finish my song?

7 Comments:

  • It makes you wonder who is either paying attention, or who they are interviewing.

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 3:02 AM  

  • Wonderful. Best political post I've seen.

    By Blogger Michael, at 10:18 AM  

  • CG. You da man.

    By Anonymous herringchoker, at 10:22 AM  

  • Don't believe any polls being conducted for the MsM...!!!!
    The MsM are as corrupt as liberals..
    All wednesday morning I watched the news on CTV..newsnet...
    The announcer spent the entire morning trying to create a story where there was none.
    Where is the MsM on this...
    I have yet to see any real news coverage of the Ralph Goodale stock market leaks,

    How convenient that phony airplane crash turned out be...!!!!

    The federal Liberals are liars and thieves and will do and say anything to stay in power.. Including faking a story of a plane crash to divert attention away from the latest Liberal scam...!!!

    By Blogger william, at 10:46 AM  

  • Uh, William? You did notice that Calgary Grit had 6 or 7 links to MSM stories that were negative to the Libs (including the possible Goodale leak) did you not?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:28 AM  

  • Shhhh, Anonymous. Don't spoil the Vast Left-wing Media Conspiracy theme. His life might crumble around him.

    Besides, SES is hardly MSM, now is it. It's just crack for political hacks.

    TB
    Cerberus

    By Blogger Cerberus, at 12:25 PM  

  • Let It Bleed has a post up discussing some media observations coming out of McGill University. He quoted the following:

    In the first two days, the Liberals fared the worst overall, with a net tone of -17 per cent, compared to a net tone of -7 per cent for the Conservatives and -4 per cent for the Bloc. The NDP, at four per cent, was the only party with a net positive tone. As for the leaders, coverage of Harper was the most negative, a net tone of -15 per cent, compared to -5 per cent for Martin, -7 per cent for Duceppe and plus six per cent for Layton.

    Looking at this, you'd get the impression that the press only says nice things about Layton and the NDP - but if you've read some of the articles I've seen, you'd know that was patently untrue.

    By Anonymous Deanna, at 2:22 PM  

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