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Fired Up Missouri/Missouri Pulse: Beaters of the Dead Horse

June 5th, 2007 by mopns · No Comments

Although we rarely, if ever, agree with Fired Up Missouri, at least while Roy Temple was at the helm, you could at least count on fresh propaganda from the Democratic hack blog. FUM attempts AGAIN to embarrass the K.C Star into reporting an obvious non story from a series from the McClatchy Newspapers on voter fraud. Hey fellas, it’s not working. You want to know why? Democrats’ cannot claim voter fraud when it’s to their advantage and then ignore it when Republicans’ try to address it. Voter fraud was a problem in Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004, but now is a figment of the Republicans’ imagination? Click here and here if you have any doubts of voter fraud in Missouri.

Granted, blogs often do set the agenda for the mainstream media by reporting stories they ignore. But this time it’s not working, you’re beating a dead horse, kinda like Missouri Pulse bombarding us daily with Jay Nixon propaganda. (Are you listening John Hancock?) How much credibility do you think your daily Jay Nixon rants have? You’re the official spokesman for the Missouri GOP for Christ sakes! Your Nixon posts are no more setting the political news agenda in Missouri, than Fired Up’s Blunt family obsession posts. If throwing red meat to the base is your objective, you’re doing great. But to the rest of us, you’re only insulting our intelligence.


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Tags: Voter Fraud

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  • 1 Jim Durbin // Jun 5, 2007 at 1:25 pm

    I love that graphic you have up – looks like we’re on the same page today – I just made another post about the subject – but set it for draft to tomorrow.

    The KC Star angle is a national strategy. The left hopes they can intimidate reporters into toeing the line. The evidence of media bias was too strong to ignore and ridicule by 2004 – so now the story is to either to say Fox News balances the equation, or that newspapers are secretly conservative because they are owned by corporations.

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