As if the media world isn’t snorting liberal amounts of political cocaine these days? So what if the Koch brothers buy the LA Times? Yet half of the entire staff at the Times said they would quit if the Koch Brothers would buy the Times. A type of career suicide is preferable, then living, or working for an owner who is politically at odds with the working staff? Now, is there any question to how far left leaning the media is with their political stance? If you were to quit over a political difference to the ownership’s stance, how are you unbiased? How is your reporting not going to reflect your political agenda? So much for fair, balanced, and unbiased reporting in the media system of today? Seems funny when the liberal-minded progressives in the media and politics are always shouting about something that is unfair, or some need of fairness within our society, that never seems to apply when they have a perceived unfair advantage?
Whining and crying about fairness, when being fair, isn’t a motto that the left follows, seems childish, and petty. But a tactic to sway the emotional feelings, as well the support of people that are at best, paying half the attention necessary or required in being able to understand the issues, then voting for liberal policies in the end is the goal.
At a Los Angeles Times in-house awards ceremony a week ago, columnist Steve Lopez addressed the elephant in the room.
Speaking to the entire staff, he said, “Raise your hand if you would quit if the paper was bought by Austin Beutner’s group.” No one raised their hands.
“Raise you hand if you would quit if the paper was bought by Rupert Murdoch.” A few people raised their hands.
Facing the elephant trunk-on, “Raise your hand if you would quit if the paper was bought by the Koch brothers.” About half the staff raised their hands.
Just the thought of a right leaning ownership would have these liberal dinosaurs quit, rather than seeing the hand writing on the wall, that their usage of the media is unpopular do to the tactics of lairs. Liberals whining in the wind is indeed a beautiful sound, only surpassed by a liberals committing career suicide over political policies that fail 100% of the time. Because socialist policies are only supported by other people’s money, and when that runs out so does the success of social envy.
Liberals don’t like competition! It is hard to compete when you wash away all of the liberal BS, people can finally see what the liberals are selling for gold. It takes some education, some political will to pay attention, to be able to see the difference between gold, and fools gold.
Liberals have no problems with taking money from government, the democrats, and even Gorge Soros, to then apply to their pet projects, to solidify social policies, and power. When the opposition uses the same tactic then these socially dishonest people fall apart, start to whine, complained, and shout about fairness.
If we were to be totally unbiased, bipartisan, and placing no horse in the race, we would also see this reaction magnifies the problem in our political system of today.
The problem is….. people of all political persuasions trying to by power and influence in Washington DC. Under these kind of circumstances, we the people get the most corrupt government that money can buy.
To change the momentum, the direction of this managed decay, it will take money to at least counter act society’s slide down the political slippery slope. It is sad that it is only these liberal slaves within the media machinery that threaten to commit career suicide. I suppose… perhaps term limits, will get the political hacks in Washington to follow suit with their career suicide? If not term limits, then forcing them to accept the same healthcare (Obama care), and the same retirement (social security), and an even heavier tax burden on the governmentally produced rich…. with no escape, with no loopholes, maybe then they would hear the voice of their boss. The American people.
Until that day…liberals are on notice, that turnaround in tactics that seem to also work for them so well, is the new definition to “Being fair, or, in having all the fairness you can handle!”
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