Sunday, October 10, 2004

Now, KERRY's Hometown Paper Endorses Bush

What a political circus. O­ne nominee for the president has his hometown paper endorse his rival and then the other's hometown paper endorses HIS rival. Is this some kind of joke? What are the chances? Is this some experiment? Is the Skull and Bones society so strong that they are able to manipulate papers across the nation? Is this the kind of hype designed to augment the sense of rivalry between the two candidates? That is the kind of thing that would be necessary to maintain a sense of legitimacy about the election, with two Skull and Bonesman running against each other, with electronic voting machines making it easier to fix an election, and with what is, actually, little difference, overall, in the two's platforms (what few differences there are may be important ones - granted). May we live in interesting times indeed!

See Now, KERRY's Hometown Paper Endorses Bush


Blogger Eric Stewart said...

I did not fail to notice that mainstream news sources did not find it newsworthy to report that a paper in GW's hometown endorsed Kerry UNTIL they had the opposite to hold it up against in comparison. In other words, it would have been too damaging to the president to report such until the same could be said about his opponent. Liberal media indeed!

October 10, 2004 at 10:36 AM  
Blogger Mimus Pauly said...

Actually, the newspaper endorsing President Bush was the Lowell Sun. Last time I checked, John Kerry lived in Boston.

October 15, 2004 at 10:59 AM  

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