When Media Hitches its Wagon to a Failing Star

Here’s what happens when liberal media hitches its wagon to a falling political star: According to Reuters, the circulation of the major newspapers has continued its steep decline.

Karma, if you ask me.

You forgo your journalistic integrity and ethics to make the news instead of reporting it. You fail to properly vet the candidate that winds up president and now that he, in his own words, is being judged not only by his inactions, but also by the people he surrounds himself with, you reap what you’ve sown.

The media, both print and television, with the exception of one news channel, abandons its mandate as the watchdogs of the People only to discover that fewer and fewer Americans want to pay to read liberal propaganda from “approved White House sources.”

Obama has shown his true colors. And Media, by and large with some notable exceptions such as FOX News and the Wall Street Journal, have demonstrated their extreme bias toward their country–its people and ideals–as well as the truth and real journalism. They have fallen at their would-be Fuhrer’s feet, licked the shit from his boots, only to have the American People vote with their wallets and condemn the drivel that passes for news from these easily-led sycophants.

I suppose the New York Times, MSNBC, ABC News and others will be standing in line for a bailout for their years of dedicated service as the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party.

Perhaps they should return to the ethics of an Edward R. Murrow or Walter Cronkite, but it may be too late for many of them. Unless, of course, they get the bailouts they so willingly sold their integrity and honor and professional ethics like cheap whores to ensure.

Karma, yes, indeed. The numbers don’t lie. Hitching your wagon to a failing star like Obama is the end of light and life and cultural  elitism as you’ve known it. And you only have yourselves to blame.

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