How the Hype Became Bigger Than the Presidential Election:
Blame the media for making whole generations hate The Process. And I do. Blame the media, that is. In fact, I don't have a tv because I got tired of screaming at the talking heads on tv--that asshole Chris Matthews in particular. Does anyone else remember when Chris Matthews said that Al Gore should concede "for the good of the nation?" Because I hear people mention that he was against the Iraq war, and they note other sensible (or at least not stupid) things he has said as if he is not a complete media whore. But he is. And from what I've read--because I really don't have a tv and rarely watch broadcast images on my computer--Tweety isn't as bad as some of the newer, even more shameless whores spewing on tv. This election only is a horse race because the media won't make money if everyone accepted that Barack Obama, Wall Street enabler, is going to cream Mitt Romney, Wall Street player and known cultist. So starve the beast and turn off the tv. Better yet, cancel cable and kill the beast. Since I got rid of the my tv back in February 2004, I figure that Time Warner lost about $7,200 of my after tax dollars. Just saying.