Sunday, October 09, 2016

Kansas City Star Decries American Democracy

Please tell me how this is bit of hackneyed DEAD TREE MEDIA "JOURNALISM" is any better than blogging or partisan websites who offer far more entertaining griping about things they can't change . . . Other than a lack of typos, I don't see it: Our flawed process: Many voters wonder if we'd be better off with a presidential do-over

16 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Tony? You are the guy who keeps bringing up the Star. For most of us the Star is completely irrelevant, except for the grocery ads and coupons which, compared to most Star content, are bound to win some local yokel press awards..

Anonymous said...

Vote for Johnson.

Anonymous said...

Best ad so far: Carly Simon's.

Anonymous said...

Johnson = The first Dementia patient elected as president. Wow! There is a chance for another first.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Oh, we've already done that with Reagan. Twice. And W. might as well have had dementia.

Anonymous said...

Huma can run the show fine once Clinton is elected. Huma knows exactly what Hillary's plan is, and with Allah's help she can't fail.

Super Dave said...

So a song Carly wrote back in 72 is now suppose to be about Donald. Somebody, somewhere, is lying here. Carly just shy of a year ago confirmed who there are three parts of the song about three different men. So either she lied then or she wants you to believe a lie now that it is about Donald. More bullshit from the Clinton News Network preaching their hate on Donald.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Did anyone do, say, or stand near anything that would imply the song is about Donald Trump?

The song was probably about Warren Beatty, but the point of the ad (not the song) is Trump is as narcissistic enough to merit such a song. Plus the ad is damn clever. It won't convince me to vote for Clinton, but I was never going to vote for Trump.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^That my friends is a classic example of an idiot.

"You're So Vain" singer-songwriter Carly Simon is repurposing her wildly popular song from 1972 as an anti-Donald Trump anthem.
A new video featuring the song -- paid for by pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Patriotic Artists and Creatives -- marks the first time Simon has allowed the song to be put toward a political cause.
The two and a half minute video is filled with clips from various public figures denouncing Trump and a barrage of gaffes from the nominee's campaign.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^Get back to us when you've seen the ad, Trump guy. You might also want to view "Idiocracy" as well.

Anonymous said...

Trump don't make no stinkin' gaffes, 12:01. Every single thing he's ever said was seriously and huuuuuugely from the heart and on target. What are you, some kind of commie pussy grabbin' critic?

Anonymous said...

We'd do a video for Trump but those with things to say are dead.

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight! Hilliary has zero credibility so the decision on who we vote for should be about watching music videos, eh? Oh yeah! libtards are real smart.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Ummm. And Trump has credibility?

Vote Johnson-Weld.

Anonymous said...

...more than you do waving the banner of a genetic brain injury.

Anonymous said...

^^^^So your vote goes to... ?