Wednesday, July 25, 2007

...not to mention the WaPo 

...which can't even do a puff piece on Bush's solidifying status as the most unpopular president ever, without lapsing into a fit of coprophagic-induced anoesia, which takes the form of this "analysis":

"...We don't have that immediate crisis, yet the anxiety about the future is palpable. And the feeling about him is he's irrelevant to that. I think they've basically given up on him."

That may stem in part from the changing nature of society. When [Jimmy Carter] was president, there were three major broadcast networks. Today cable news, talk radio and the Internet have made information far more available, while providing easy outlets for rage and polarization.

I challenge anyone to explain what that sentence "means."


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