Saturday, April 16, 2016

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In the article that follows, Tom Lobianco, insinuates that Bernie is making a great deal of money - never mind that Sanders is one of the poorest people serving in that giant whorehouse know as Washington D.C. In point of fact, Bernie earned less in a year than Hillary earned for one speech.  On his Twitter feed, Lobianco talks about the huge sum of money that Jane "raked in" for sitting as commissioner for the Texas Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission - a whopping $4,900.  
I have come to the conclusion that the swirling cesspool that is corporate media is promoting Clinton while praying to the Gods of Wall Street that she can't beat the Republican. Make no mistake that the people corrupting the political process are by in large Republicans. The owners of CNN and MSNBC are right leaning to say the least. The owners of Fox are leaning toward clinical psychosis and the asylum.
I believe this kind of insinuating, if not outright insulting, nonsense is designed to insure a Republican victory by seeming to side with one Democrat while infuriating the supporters of the other; thus, hoping for a split that will guarantee their apparent favorite a loss.
I am growing increasingly appalled at the thought of voting for Clinton, this is down to her and not the media. This stems no doubt in part from a determination to see the influence of the two bloated and corrupt parties smashed. The Democrats blackmail their members with choice and marriage equality; the Republicans blackmail their's with guns and God. In the final analysis there isn't a hell of a lot of difference between them in that they are both chronically venal systems - debased with greed and favoritism passing for party ideology.
I hope to see the rise of an empowered third party in my lifetime. I will actively work toward that end, and toward the marginalization of the influence of corporate media.

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