posted on Feb, 4 2005 @ 06:21 PM
(I'm on a roll... nothing personal... your thread is next.)
Don't you see what's happening here? Every year the news gets more and more trivial in it's predication of the ruinous decline of America...and we
gobble it up, get angry and proceed to demand
the very changes in government they wanted in the first place!
A couple of derelict girls didn't scare that woman. The news did. NAY, the government did! It's the 24/7 war on terror and the corporate media
propaganda arm of the White House committed to bringing it in your grandmother's living room that did this. I'd have been scared too!
Wanita Renea Young, 49, said she was at her rural home south of Durango around 10:30 p.m. when she said saw "shadowy figures" outside the
house banging repeatedly on her door.
She yelled, "Who's there?" but no one answered, and the figures ran away.
Home invaders! Terrorists! Nothing about cookies, but hey... the irony of the girls "excuse" put in the headline (all we read anyway) makes it all
the more politically attractive as "news" right?
Why political? What's the typical reaction they expect you to have? Why this one of course!!
Originally posted by djohnsto77
The trial lawyers in this country have to be contained. I hope Bush can get something meaningful out of Congress.
That's right. It's the damn advocates of people that the people need to be protected from. Why? Because otherwise the liberals will ban girls baking
cookies as part of a feminazi plot. It's true. I heard it on Rush... I mean ATSNN.
Stop with the trivial plentiplaints people. You don't give up your rights as Americans
to sue irresponsible Pharmcos and greedy HMO's because
CNN or FOX pick up some titilating (but meaningless) news story about cookies fed to them by a "source" with a politcal agenda. It's conditioning.
After enough of the tiny little complaints-a-plenty (that affect you none in the least) make the water cooler rounds, by God we have ourselves a
CATPROLCACLBFC(AB): Citizens Against The Protected Right of Legal Counsel and Civil Lawsuits but FOR
Cookies (and Bush)!
Who could be against cookies? Commies, that's who.
My God, string enough out of context "news" stories like this together and we'll have ourselves an episode of The O'Reilly Factor.
[edit on 4-2-2005 by RANT]