In journalism, selfabsorbtion is manifested in things like the McCain-Feingold bill which presumes to obliterate the free speech, press, and assembly rights of the common people while exalting Big Journalism as being in the "public interest."
Which is why I could never vote for John McCain. Of course, I live in New York so my presidential vote is strictly symbolic anyway. Thanks for visiting my blog page. I'm new at this and still finding my way around.
posted on 01/31/2007 10:28:55 AM PST
I'm new at this and still finding my way around.
. . . then I guess that the fact that you quoted me and apparently addressed me - but replied to someone else's reply in doing it is understandable. ;)
That was nice writing in that blog, BTW. I never tried a blog as such, but I do something similar by regularly replying to
Why Broadcast Journalism is
Unnecessary and Illegitimate
which is a thread I created to discuss "bias in the media." I think you could enjoy reading the resultant "blog" of my analysis of journalism's shenanigans.
posted on 01/31/2007 4:23:28 PM PST
(The idea around which liberalism coheres is that NOTHING actually matters except PR.)
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