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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Twitter, Twitter, Little Star ( By Jerry Wilson, Goldfish and clowns)

As the Battle of Butthurt rages on, it’s interesting to note how recent media malpractices are echoed in the echo chamber where the Rockefellers speak only to the Vanderbilts and the Vanderbilts speak only to themselves.
Over the past few days, we’ve seen our ambassador and embassy personnel murdered, our embassies (which are our sovereign territory) attacked, our flag desecrated and replaced with one favored by Al Qaida, embassies of other Western civilized countries attacked, the Middle East drawing ever closer to war… and the media responding by first clamoring loud and long over Mitt Romney having the audacity to criticize an official US State Department communique that threw the First Amendment under the bus as it expressed outrageously outraged outrage over some lame film trailer hurting Muslim’s precious little feelings (after which assorted and sordid members of the Religion of Perpetual Outrage attacked the embassy anyway), then as the horror of our ambassador being dragged through the streets of Benghazi could no longer be avoided shifted its attention to the maker of the aforementioned lame film trailer as the root of all that ails our foreign policy. Apparently Romney and the aforementioned film maker were responsible for egging on an Egyptian crowd to chant “Obama, Obama, we are a million Osamas.” Because, you know, no one in the Obama administration has ever said a word about how Obama was President when the US military found and killed Osama Bin Laden, as to do such a thing might possibly incite assorted and sordid Islamofascists to do things like… oh, attack and murder American officials. Which they’re going to attempt anyway, but now with additional cover reasons for their crimes. Anyway, of course this whole minor incident in Libya by a few misguided misunderstanders of Islam was an entirely spontaneous protest incited by the aforementioned lame film trailer. And one of the protesters  just happened to have a RPG on them. Happens all the time. Why, RPGs are more commonly carried items than cellphones in Libya! As is the case everywhere.
Now that that’s out of my system, moving on to how the aforementioned media malpractice ties into the Battle of Butthurt.

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