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Pirates and Emperors: Schoolhouse Rock - because those liberal freaks go to far!!!

Here is a Schoolhouse Rock style version of Iran-Contra and everything else. Hilarious!


The old Schoolhouse Rock videos are all over YouTube. Here's the classic about how a bill becomes a law:


And here's the Simpson's Followup decades later, an Amendment to Be!

Robert Novak freaks out

no words are necessary. just watch Novakaine himself.

Another great moment for the Establishment: Snow & Gregory say Internet's too mean to us big rollers!!

I'm copying this post from thinkprogress today because it illustrates yet again that EVERYONE FUCKING SUCKS. AND TEH LOL the media is TEH L4m3r5. And whatever other stereotypical blog hacker sayings you want to throw in.

Basically the point is that they know they aren't really the brightest bulbs, that real debate is too much to deal with, and that celebrity journalists and the media don't fucking feel like doing their homework, like analysis of past statements, policy, deception and bullshit.

If you listen carefully, it becomes clear that NBC's David Gregory doesn't feel obliged to actually analyze anything. Not opine, analyze. They literally don't think it's actually their responsibility.

Here we go with ThinkProgress:
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In a press roundtable at the National Press Club tonight, White House Press Secretary Tony Snow led a discussion with White House correspondents about the impact of the internet on their respective jobs. Their conclusion? They don’t like being challenged by blogs.

NBC News’ David Gregory bemoaned how political coverage has “become so polarized in this country…because it’s the internet and the blogs that have really used this White House press conferences to somehow support positions out in America, political views.” Tony Snow admitted he sometimes reads blogs (”I’ll occasionally punch it up”) only to find “wonderful, imaginative hateful stuff that comes flying out.”

Newsweek’s White House correspondent Richard Wolffe added, “[Bloggers] want us to play a role that isn’t really our role. Our role is to ask questions and get information. … It’s not a chance for the opposition to take on the government and grill them to a point where they throw their hands up and surrender.”

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David Gregory, White House correspondent for NBC News:

“I think politics and political coverage has become so polarized in this country…because it’s the internet and the blogs that have really used this White House press conferences to somehow support positions out in America, political views. And they will clip and digitize portions of these briefings to fit into their particular argument.”

Tony Snow, White House Press Secretary:

You’ve got this wonderful, imaginative hateful stuff that comes flying out. I think one of the most important takeaways is — it’s the classical line — not only should you not believe your own press, you probably shouldn’t believe your opposition blogs either.”

Richard Wolffe, White House correspondent for Newsweek:

They want us to play a role that isn’t really our role. Our role is to ask questions and get information. … It’s not a chance for the opposition to take on the government and grill them to a point where they throw their hands up and surrender. … It’s not a political exercise, it’s a journalistic exercise. And I think often the blogs are looking for us to be political advocates more than journalistic ones.”

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