“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Thursday, January 19, 2012

ABC does a hit piece on Newt Gingrich

I've been saying all along that the media, DC insiders, GOP leadership, and corrupt corporate CEO's want Romney to be the GOP nominee. That way no matter who wins the election, they get to keep fleecing the American taxpayers with impunity. Now, here comes Newt Gingrich surging in the poles after his stellar performance in the SC debate this week, and ABC decides to air a hit piece on him by interviewing his resentful, second wife. I'm not saying that Marianne shouldn't be resentful and angry that Newt dumped her for Callista, just that liberal ABC is trying to steer the nomination process toward Romney any way it can by destroying any serious competition. Then when Romney's nominated, the networks surely have hit pieces ready to air on him too.

This is why cynical political observers call the mainstream media the fourth branch of government. They have incredible power to guide voter ideas about candidates and being far left liberals, they never hesitate to use it. Of course they only have that power because most Americans are brain dead when it comes to picking political leaders anyway. They vote for which ever candidate is made to look "cool" by late-night comedians and day-time talk shows, then they go back to watching the Kardashians and Jersey Shore, oblivious to the peril in which they've placed the nation.

ABC should be more responsible and professional instead of glaringly partisan. I hope the American voters see through the hit piece and vote on the issues of the day. We were told on democrat Clinton's behalf that the personal lives of politicians are off limits and none of our business, why doesn't ABC have the same policy regarding a republican?

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