Sunday, October 14, 2007

Media Matters New Strategy
For a Democratic Majority:

"End the Life of Every Conservative!"

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The Media Matters Agenda:
Death to Conservatives!

Utah Declares State of Emergency!

by Mondoreb

It wasn't enough to take out-of-context quotes of conservative pundits, add images of Hitler then throw them in a PR release. Now Media Matters is advocating "death to every conservative!"

A new, more action-packed strategy for the Hillary Clinton front organization? Is the Media "watchdog" turning into an Auschwitz cheerleader? Is this what the Left is talking about when they scream that the United States is a "facist nation"?

The coming Conservative Holocaust is explained by Little Green Footballs:
The hit squad at Think Progress took one nasty comment from a reader at RedState, and stated outright that it represented the entire blog: White House Embraces Right-Wing Blog That Called For ‘Destroying’ Graeme Frost.

So I guess it’s OK to point out that Media Matters has let a comment stand on their site for more than 24 hours, calling for the death of every single person on the “right.” This wouldn’t have lasted ten minutes at LGF.
Oh, so Media Matters didn't advocate "death to every conservative"? You'd be forgiven for the thought that that's what all the uproar was about. But this is the Media Matters Way: find a quote or invent one (conservative new media haven't read that far in the MM Stylebook yet), sacrifice a truck full of pixels on the subject as if the quote were correct, issue a PR release, wait for the mighty Munchkins at KOS, HuffPo, Firedoglake to jump into the cesspool, and hope someone at the NY Times is noticing all the splashing.

Voila! One manufactured event, coming right up! The hub-bub over Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Debbie Schussel, Fox News and others over the last few weeks is only the latest proof.

This tactic seems to elicit squeals of delight from the Code Pinko/Leftie-on-a-Stick smart set that appears to be setting much of the Democrat Party agenda these days. But is Media Matters contributing to their mission as a "media watchdog"? Or news? Truth? Facts?

Better to buy the National Enquirer for those.

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