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To: abb
Washington Post: layoffs due to declining circulation
NY Times: layoffs due to declining circulation
Newsday: legal action filed because of inflated circulation numbers
LA Times: layoffs due to declining circulation
CBS News: bottom of the network slag heap
Hollywood: record-setting box-office dropoff
Air America: survives by selling blood
Al Gore TV: invisible

But there's a market out there for liberal media ...

16 posted on 03/10/2006 8:46:44 AM PST by IronJack
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To: IronJack

The dark cloud/silver lining thingy comes to mind, hehehe....


17 posted on 03/10/2006 8:48:14 AM PST by abb (Because News Reporting is too important to be left to the Journalists.)
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To: IronJack
But there's a market out there for liberal media

Oh come on, that's not fair ... actually, yes, there IS a market out there for the Liberal media.  Sure, it's a teenie tiny widdle market, but I'm sure it exists ... somewhere.

26 posted on 03/10/2006 9:43:23 AM PST by softwarecreator (Facts are to liberals as holy water is to vampires.)
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To: IronJack

Great synopsis! Ain't life grand?


34 posted on 03/10/2006 12:33:14 PM PST by demkicker (democrats and terrorists are familiar bedfellows)
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To: IronJack

These media woes represent a small part of our severe economic depression. The American people long for the relative peace and prosperity that of the Jimmy Carter era. Malaise and misery best describe the yearning desire of the American people. Seventy percent of Americans now lack the income, assets, or credit to afford adequate foodstuffs and consequently go to bed hungry. How do you think that they can afford a newspaper, let alone a television set? Americans continue to lose their jobs because Bush lowered their taxes. When the ever-fewer Americans still employed at ever-plunging wages pay 58% of their income to the government, anger boils in their hearts that they do not pay 85%.

Oh, yeah, and we lost the war against the terrorists. Bush lied and thousands of Americans died. He sends our boys to war so that the terrorists may kill them without the armor necessary to defend themselves. Even our soldiers know that the terrorists have defeated them at all their pursuits. Bush even conceded our Port Authorities to the Enemy as part of the surrender package. Meanwhile, he spies on Americans to take them away to some gulag for torture if they dare speak against him. Saddam Hussein is a nice guy by comparison; indeed, Bush lacks the superior moral standing of Adolf Hitler. He cannot even steer the tempests of the sea properly because he hates black people enough to kill them.

And you wonder why the media industry has declined? I live in Oklahoma--a veritable bubble of prosperity inside a strife-ridden nation of destitute paupers starving in the streets. It's worse than your run-of-the-mill Third World country in most of America. Or so they tell me. So why would they not share in the fate of their compatriots? And if the rest of America is much more like the Oklahoma bubble, then why would we want to watch them talk down our country? Why would we want to feel depressed?


63 posted on 03/11/2006 10:14:51 PM PST by dufekin (US Senate: the only place where the majority [44 D] comprises fewer than the minority [55 R])
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