Skip to comments.No MA Senate Race in LGF-Land
Posted on 01/19/2010 12:10:29 PM PST by Stoutcat
Conservative, liberal, Democrat, Republican, it really doesnt matter; pretty much the topic of conversation today is the special election being held in Massachusett(e)s to fill the seat left by the passing of Ted Kennedy. Its a real barn-burner, it is, what with a stolid, leaden Democrat candidate woefully trailing a vibrant and optimistic Republican front-runner (I know, its almost unbelieveable).
Television, newspapers, blogs are all covering the race with either despair or indifference (Democrat party hacks and the MSM) or breathless admiration and excitement (pretty much everyone else). Except one blog. This particular race doesnt seem to have hit the radar on Little Green Footballs except for one open thread last night. No previous coverage (really! I searched the site for a mention of Coakley, and nothing!)...
Even the Linkviewer, that bastion of interesting posts from around the blogosphere and around the world (and these days, the only reason to visit LGF), doesnt seem to realize that the first shot of the next American revolution is being fired this very day. The only place youll see it mentioned is in LGFs blog ads. Hell take revenue from it, but he wont mention it. Hmmm
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You actually even bother to check that site?
That guy turned and declared himself a liberal some time ago.
What turned him I have no idea, nor do I care. The point is: he’s gone, you might just as well look up Salon.com.
Last year, Chuckie took a hard left turn and took a huge drink of political correctness.
As far as news that doesn’t reinforce the LGF cult beliefs goes, I think the policy is: if we don’t talk about it, it didn’t happen.
The few times I checked, the Virginia and NJ elections seem to be getting the same treatment.
Yes, I know that. I was a regular reader and occasional commenter and watched the disintegratio. with some sorrow. But to ban postings even on the Linkviewer? That seems extreme even for LGF these days. But perhaps I’m wrong.
There’s not enough RRRRRRs in irrelevant to describe LGF of late.
Johnson’s only remark about the election portrays Brown as a “tea bagger” candidate. A couple of years ago I—like many others, I’m sure—had LGF in my favorites column, pulling it up virtually every time I logged on to the web. I deleted it a year ago or more. What happened to a formerly good blogger and individual, I do not know.