Slow down, I'm making a list here...<br><br>CBS = liars<br><br>The New York Times = Dirty liberals<br><br>Guardian UK = Dirty limey liberals<br><br>The U.S. Office of Civil Rights Evaluation = partisan hacks with an agenda to tarnish conservatives<br><br>The BBC = employs a reporter who thinks her employers are partisan hacks with an agenda to tarnish conservatives.<br><br><br>Is that it? Maybe we should just make a list of the media we can trust and go from there?<br><br>
That's the gentleman's modus operandi, Trog. There's no point in discussing anything at all with him. Pretty soon he'll start accusing you personally of being/doing/liking/thinking something nasty. Just pass on. The level of "debate" here, except for Dean, who seems always to be willing to grapple with ideas, is just abysmally dim. Just pass on, as I said.<br><br>
_________________________ MACTECHubi dolor ibi digitus
[censored]. I never have or will resort to ad hominem attacks (and in the future I would request that you refrain also). And I never used the term "dirty", or "liars".<br><br>CBS suffered a bad case of arrogant stupidity in trying to pass off crude forgeries via "Sixty Minutes."<br><br>The liberal bias of NYTimes is unquestioned.<br><br>The Guardian's recent attempt to influence voters in Ohio was outrageous, and their "Lee Harvey Oswald, where are you?" editorial was followed by an abject apology.<br><br>And "The U.S. Office of Civil Rights Evaluation"? Ooh, that sounds impressive, doesn't it? It has in fact become the personal fiefdom of Marion Frances Berry. Her record of mismanagement, partisanship, and dast I say it? - race-baiting?- speaks for itself.<br><br>Sadly, there will never be a list of the trusted media on which we can agree. And neither side has a monopoly on intelligence or erudition. Accusing me of having a somehow suspect "modus operandi" is, however, arrogant and condescending. <br><br>So, as you suggest, I will simply pass on. As my Daddy used to say, "Never get into a pissing contest...."<br><br>Oh, never mind...<br><br>
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