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October 10, 2008

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happyfeet

You are so cool sometimes.

clarice

Well, I posted your thread in the comments --Here's the best I can do on email addys:
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hit and run

TM:
If anyone has an email address where we should sing his praises to whomever is pretending to be an editor at the Times that would be lovely.

I suppose you could go here and click on the link for "Send an E-Mail to Michael M. Grynbaum" if you so desired...

(it's middle initial "M", not an "N", FWIW)

clarice

Now that we have that solved, help me raise $1.5 b by Monday--Chaco needs it to pay off an unfortunate bet he made here today. (I do think TM should ban wagering at JOM.)

I Am Not Tom Maguire

I do think TM should ban wagering at JOM

2 to 1 he doesn't.

R C Dean

Three and half more weeks of this sort of silliness and they can start reporting again,

Not really, because there certainly not going to do any real reporting about the Obama Administration. The permanent campaign of the Obama White House will beget a permanently in-the-tank NYT.

Topsecretk9

Check ACE - LUN

clarice

I wouldn't bet against you , I am Not TM.

clarice

Cool, ts--you now when you sent that to me I was so tired I missed the third party(New Party) at that address..

Elliott

I saw that Tops. Very nice work.

Antimedia

"Three and half more weeks of this sort of silliness and they can start reporting again, if anyone is still bothering to read them."

Surely this was a lame attempt at a joke. They haven't been reporting for years, dating all the way back to Duranty's Pulizer Prize winning lies.

Paul

Well when Lord Obama takes over he will shut them down like his boy Hugo if they get out of line. Keep in mind the story of the press club on Lord Obama's plane. He treats them like crap and they still do his bidding. What tools.

JM Hanes

Your name in lights, Tops!

kim

Oh, Yes, this should resonate. The lack of candor about the connection to ACORN and ACORN's involvement in voting fraud and the market meltdown may just give enough voters an inkling of the methods, to which even we are just beginning to snap. What a horror show!
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Charlie (Colorado)

And in the mean time Gawker is flogging a forged High School transcript for Sarah.

Charlie (Colorado)

Now that we have that solved, help me raise $1.5 b by Monday--Chaco needs it to pay off an unfortunate bet he made here today. (I do think TM should ban wagering at JOM.)

Now, now --- the market could close unchanged on Monday.

Besides, I called today's close.

Eventually.

John

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005299/>Sarah Paulson? Dolphin Girl for VP!

SunnyDay

The comments at Ace's are priceless. At least, someone is saying what I'm thinking. :/

clarice

Chaco, that's true, but I won't be able to sleep until this is over..promise me, no more big gambles any more!

Sara (Pal2Pal)

TM has Paulson on the brain.

Choey

Uhhh... I believe the story was from The WASHINGTON Times not the New York Times. I would expect this kind of thing from the NYT.
You might find an e-mail address at http://washtimes.com .

Choey

Uhhh... I believe the story was from The WASHINGTON Times not the New York Times. I would expect this kind of thing from the NYT.
You might find an e-mail address at http://washtimes.com .

Choey

Uhhh... I believe the story was from The WASHINGTON Times not the New York Times. I would expect this kind of thing from the NYT.
You might find an e-mail address at http://washtimes.com .

clarice

Speaking or reading comprehension--Choey, the NYT blog misread a Washington Times report.

kim

Sarah's got a link on the other thread suggesting an ACORN RICO investigation netting big fish and reporting to Fitz. Is there something besides theophylline in what I'm drinking?

Maybe McCain's going to let Mukasey tell America they should fear Obama.
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clarice

kim, pls read my lips--I know that story['s been circulating for several days--along with another story that Rezko's talking and Obama's in trouble--I think both reports are fanciful. Even if they were true, it is unlikely that any public event will occur on such cases before the election.

clarice

The Fitzmas fantasy(ies) is(are) now almost tie with the fake story that the judge had signed an order requiring Obama to provide his birth certificate--another rumor based on a misreading of the legal record.

kim

OK, c, the wish bears the beast. Hide and watch, hey.
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Moe

This is the State Media. One Party, One Media dedicated to the glory of The One.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

The problem with the Berg story is that for a lousy $15 or so, Obama could produce a long form certified birth certificate, but instead he has elected to pay high-priced lawyers to file motions. Why is that?

And why is it just this week that the Obama campaign has admitted that Obama held Kenyan citizenship? Everyone pooh poohs this as being relevant, since it expired years ago, so why post about it now? The only reason anyone questioned it was because he refused to produce a legitimate birth certificate.

clarice

He's not paying out of his pocket to defend a principle--the Court has no jurisdiction, he says.

But regardless, the story is false and my point is there's no stopping it. Everytime I turn around someone else is spreading it again.

kim

Let's see, Kenya, Indonesia, Hawaii; this guy pops out of wells everywhere. Must be a sign.
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bgates

He's not paying out of his pocket to defend a principle
I knew he had one.

Too bad it's, "the courts can't tell me what to do."

this guy pops out of wells everywhere
Where's W'aald O.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

I personally don't care if he is hiding something or not. If it came out that he was hiding something that would make him ineligible to be president, it wouldn't matter. The dems would just change the rules and the media would go along with it and the right would all be branded wackos for even bringing it up.

Pofarmer

He's not paying out of his pocket to defend a principle--the Court has no jurisdiction, he says.

No one has jurisdiction over The One.

But I'm with Sara. O.K. So how many countries has Barry been a citizen of? There's just so many weird things about Barry.

kim

To his base, that's a feature. It seems a given that a polity so driven mad by BDS could accept a simulacrum.
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scooter

You guys are forgetting one small detail: the NYT, and others like them, are now operating in their own version of reality. In this world, they can say whatever they want with impunity, disregarding any and all inconvenient facts as they see fit. In this brave new, liberal world, all that matters is their own distorted view of reality. These guys are better than Uncle Joe how?

Wait until the media's sycophants in Washington start passing laws forbidding factual reporting, relying instead on "enlightened reality" to run the country. Look how successful the left's version of reality has been during this election cycle so far. The number of regular Main street people buying into the liberal fantasy is overwhelming, facts be damned; I see it every day where I work.

Rezko can sing like a bird and it will not matter one whit. At this point, they'd vote "the One" into office if he offed his own mother on national television, lauding him the whole while for being "cool" enough to share with them in such a personal way.

kim

Geez, I hope you are wrong, scooter; the double whammy of ACORN subverting the markets and the voting process is going to be telling for the next three weeks. Obama will find himself trying to explain himself in his ad buy, and there will be just enough people who've peeked behind the curtain for it to become parody.
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Rocco

In July 1996, the NYT's wrote...

At the Democratic National Convention in 1968, Marilyn Katz oversaw security for Students for a Democratic Society, a radical group at the eye of the Chicago protests. She was there.

Then in January 2007, Time described Katz as...

As a Senator for just two years, Obama has a thin record. And those who have counseled him about running have wondered if he can handle the attacks that will inevitably come in a difficult race, especially since he's never run a campaign of anything close to this intensity. "Barack is an inspiring candidate, but inspiration is not enough," says Marilyn Katz, an anti-war activist in Chicago and longtime Obama ally. "They have to transform that inspiration into organization."
Coco

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"SARAH PAULSON"

LOL

bio mom

Michael Barone has a hard-hitting article up at Real Clear Politics about the coming Obama thugocracy. Well worth reading.

Also, don't get too excited about the Palin "abuse" report. When you actually read it, she is exonerated for firing the official. She apparently "abused" her authority by not doing anything to prevent her husband from pressuring the guy to fire the disgusting trooper. So she abused by not abusing. This essentially is a political dispute between the legislature and the executive (sound familiar?) And that French guy who was in charge is helping conduct the Obama campaign in Alaska.

Soylent Red

I think you're right scooter. It would take something of cataclysmic proportions to get the press to turn.

But I think this information is seeping out among the people without the press. Dirty politicians who rig elections and queer up international agreements do not play well.

I'm not optimistic that McCain can still win with the system stacked against him, but Obamessiah (PBUH) will enter office bloodied and broken.

Much of the electorate will have a degree or more of doubt about His integrity. Congress will still be held accountable back in the bitter, clinging districts, and the economy will constrict tax revenue, putting a lot of Obamessiah's pet projects on the back burner. Any overtly crazy move He makes in the first two years will be met with revolt at the ballot box.

Or, I might just be mentally preparing myself for a very rough road ahead.

centralcal

Speaking of the press - in one of the blogs yesterday I read that McCain supporters booed, flipped the bird, or gave a thumbs down to the press caravan as it arrived.

Go team!

kim

They're partying like its 1789. I'm not surprised at McCain's demeanour. He may well be afraid of the mob, too.

But the Mainstream Press has become excessive and precious. Some more of their talking heads are coming off.
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MNBi

Tim Russert? I don't know who can replace him, but I know the heart palpitations are getting worse and allot of people are worried about their bodies. The Messiah may use 'the power' and get things nice and neat for his White House. So, when your seeing shit and hearing shit and then your have a stroke or heart attack it's because of the the 'impeach the power of the Messiah blog.'

He's going to be impeached. It's not worth someone dying over, it's just Bush again.

kim

Watt's Up With That has nine-part video of Michael Mann of Crook't Hockey Stick fame speaking recently in Rhode Island. The last three-minute segment features a man yelling at him for demeaning Penn State University, and Mann's response speaking of 'fringe bloggers'. Anger is in the skeptical community, too. And it's about a similar creation of a false paradigm and the press's complicity in its perpetuation. This is the face of corruption.
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LJ

The power.

Fat Man

"they can start reporting again"

That would imply that at some time in the past, they reported something. I don't think you can establish that predicate.

sophy

I do not know how to use the wakfu money ; my friend tells me how to use.

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