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Thursday, May 12, 2016

So while the Democrats are ‘incensed‘ over Citizens United

20 reporters at the Washington Post have been assigned to dig into every phase of Trump’s life and dish the dirt

In 2013, longtime owners the Graham family sold the newspaper to Jeff Bezos for US$250 million in cash. The newspaper is owned by Nash Holdings LLC, a holding company Bezos created for the acquisition.

Amazon is Jeff Bezos and vice versa.

Bezos is one of the largest contributors to Hillary Clinton.

ANY QUESTIONS?

Now, I don’t ESPECIALLY have a problem with yellow journalism, we’ve had it a log time (altho it’s a pity it’s WaPo), but stop pissing (all over my back) and moaning about money in politics, and then tell me it’s and while you do this.

The resultant continuing loss of faith in EVERY institution has long range, long term, SIGNIFICANT results and they are almost all negative.

Meanwhile the National Review and Weekly Standard have been doing the same thing over Trump’s failure to pass the “C” purity test, favoring practical solutions instead.

After all, domestic labor costs are still too high, and an open border allows lower cost labor in without having to bother building those factories in Penang or Tolucca.

That’s paranoid?

Ok, so maybe free trade and a free market (Conservative shibboleths) are merely the manifestation of thought which leads to the free market of national peoples choosing their physical location? All ideologues R&L lead to the edge of sanity.

And yet SMART, WELL MEANING (and isolated) analysts like Steve Hayes, and George Will, and Bill Kristol, and Jonah Goldberg wonder why the PEOPLE are not angry, but SEETHING.
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1 Comments:

Anonymous The Last English Prince said...

The analysts you mention function with a golden parachute. Were it not for their benefactors who keep them afloat I believe their audiences would be much smaller. Just my opinion.

Thursday, May 12, 2016 11:11:00 pm  

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