Do NOT Get Cocky
I really want to believe this. However, I refuse to get complacent. Is there a Media Credibility Dayâ„¢ coming? Da Tech Guy* thinks yes:
The clock is running down and Far left delusional chimps not withstanding nobody with skin in the game thinks Joe Biden turned this around.
So now comes the stories of Romney’s strength, they will start as a trickle but as it becomes clearer and clearer where this race is going, they will become a deluge until the media says with a straight face that of COURSE they saw how this race was going Romney’s way and will point to their coverage in the coming days to show just how unbiased they are.
The media has been blatantly in the tank for the 0ne with only a very few exceptions. I firmly believe that their declining revenues have been caused by their bias. If the have any hope of surviving an ‘unexpected’ Romney victory, it is by trying a last minute Hail Mary play. The ‘discovery’ of the ‘sudden’ surge in attendance at Romney/Ryan events is the press trying to gently step around their conspiracy to suppress the facts. Many of us on the right have managed to notice the huge crowds despite the silence of the reporters. Who were right there at the events and reported nothing about them.
I think Da Tech Guy is on to something here. But I refuse to let that change one single thing I plan on doing between now and election day.
This election is entirely too important.
(Incidentally, I think the Hail Mary is going to fail for them. The media committed suicide for the 0ne this time. The damage is too deep. People don’t easily forgive being transparently lied to repeatedly.)
Sleep tight, Barry. You’re losing your air cover.
*Da Tech Guy’s TM there, not mine.
Cross post from Blue Crab Boulevard.
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