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combating liberalism and other childish notions


Posted by Andrew Roman on January 21, 2009

If skies were cloudy where you were yesterday – Inauguration Day, 2009 – don’t look to the ravages of climate change for the explanation. Rather, blame it on a bloated, overloaded Cloud Nine that hovered like a Goodyear Blimp over the entirety of the nation, swollen with salivating main-stream media types, blocking out just about all light, objectivity, reason and sanity from the American airwaves and landscape. Had a cure for cancer been discovered, or Jesus’ return to Earth confirmed by two or more sources, one would still have to believe that Barack Obama’s ascendancy into the Messianic Palace would have garnered more thrills and tickles among the newsroom elites. Why President Obama did not just walk across the Reflecting Pool on his way to the Inauguration still befuddles me.

Talk show host Sean Hannity has a montage that runs about two-and-a-half minutes, illustrating the post-Inauguration outbreak of Obama-mania across the giddy ranks of today’s mainstream media. Whereas at one time the likes of Chet Huntley, David Brinkley, Eric Sevareid and John Chancellor would have at least tried – I say, tried – to keep their biases to themselves for the sake of objectivity, today’s lot of TV heads are unabashed in their leg-jiggling, mouth-watering, happy-dance Obamacratic glee.

Here is the audio.

Be sure to have a towel-ready. The flow of saliva is particularly heavy.

Many thanks to AT for the audio.


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