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The Talking Heads called themselves journalists or the press are a joke. They all spout the same line. That’s the hot topic of the day. if they had any conscience or any integrity, it wouldn’t be a propaganda machine for the left.
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Yes, the press could hold the president accountable.

Too bad that they are so in lockstep with democrats that they have basically become the party's PR department and propaganda arm.
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DUmmie is a hoarder and I think she is talking about Helen Thomas...


     It's DFW, who drops more names than a colitis-ravaged hot wing eating champion drops turds.
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The DUmpster / Re: Time to start paying attention
« Last post by BannedFromDU on Today at 02:03:54 PM »
To be fair, I hope Jamaica isn't hit by a massive weather system that would kill hundreds if not thousands.

I just hope Malaise is killed by a Jamaican street thug after she learns that she has cancer of the AIDS of the rectum.
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The DUmpster / Re: Time to start paying attention
« Last post by CollectivismMustDie on Today at 12:36:27 PM »
I think shes been paying for bottles. Or maybe stealing them.
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Even if this bouncy is based on truth, it is meaningless, since the press only holds non-democrat Presidents accountable.


Just imagine if todays economic conditions were happening under President Trump, how this same now silent press would be screaming about it minute by minute.
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... friend of my family who was once considered an icon of the Washington DC print press ...

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We in the press have a special role since there is no other institution in our society that can hold the President accountable.

Whatever, ancient virtue-signaler. In today's real life the hyper-partisan are contorting themselves and pretzellating reality to cover up for President LIEden.
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Anyone else spot the problem with the fake "press" bouncy?

This is where Horshack screams "Mr. Kotter!!!!":

CNN Freaks Out Over MAGA Republicans Calling US a 'Republic'—and the Big Problem This Exposes

There's an old story that Benjamin Franklin was approached after exiting the Constitutional Convention, and he was asked what sort of a government they had created. His response was, "A republic, if you can keep it."

Virtually everyone who learned anything from their middle school/junior high school government class learned that we are a Constitutional Republic, although now I wonder if everyone is actually taught this anymore.

Article IV, Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

Now, that doesn't mean "Republican" in the party sense, but in the government sense.

This would all seem to be rather settled understanding, right?

But then there was a crazy segment from CNN where they suggested that MAGA people are peddling conspiracies by saying that our government is a "republic."

There is a bunch more at the following link to see how lib-turds twist themselves into pretzels clinging onto this "DEMOCRACY" fallacy.

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2024/06/16/cnns-wild-video-attacking-maga-people-as-conspiracy-for-believing-were-a-republic-n2175538
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DFW (54,903 posts)

I came across some wise words from a departed friend today
My wife and I are constantly trying to clear out old papers and documents and put them where they belong (often in the trash!).

A card remembering a decades-long friend of my family who was once considered an icon of the Washington DC print press had a memorable quote on it:

"We in the press have a special role since there is no other institution in our society that can hold the President accountable. I do believe that our democracy can endure and prevail only if the American people are informed."

True then, true now, true always.
Sounds like an excerpt from the opening scene of "the Newsroom." Or, maybe Aaron Sorkin took his dialogue from this?

Anyone else spot the problem with the fake "press" bouncy?
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