According to an account by Clay Waters, when media elites get together at "holiday parties," the most popular topics are the atrociousness of Joe Lieberman and Sarah Palin, and the greatness of Obama's speeches. Plus some shop talk for good measure. Full story here.
We're supposed to be surprised by this? If you've ever worked in the mainstream media you know which topics are "funny" and which are not acceptable. In other words, keep to the far left if you want to keep your job.
♫ The Party's Over ♫
The Party's Over, it's time to call it a day.
They've burst your pretty balloon and taken the moon away.
It's time to wind up the masquerade.
Just make your mind up the piper must be paid.
The Party's Over.The candles ficker and dim.
You danced and dreamed through the night,
it seemed to be right just being with him.
Now you must wake up, all dreams must end.
Take off your make up, The Party's Over.
It's all over, my friend.
Soon the main topic of discussion will be the lack of parking at the unemployment office.
They will also have a great time discussing how much they enjoy the diversity at each office and how they don't really mind that the affirmative action clerk lost their entire record and they will not get a check for another 10 weeks. They will all get together and celebrate the wonders of government unionized employees who have mastered the art of snubbing any low life that actually expect them to do anything that even remotely resembles their job descriptions.
And, of course, they will all enjoy blaming Bush for forcing them to choose English or journalism as a major when they really wanted to be employed civil engineers.
♫ Bingo ♫ We have multiple winners!
Really? Can you actually remember anything Obama ever said. His speeches sound alike but never seem to have any substance, any quality that would sustain them in the memory past the moment.
For a great speaker, he is utterly forgetable.
Really? Can you actually remember anything Obama ever said.
I...... I..... I....I..... I..... I..... I.
Do you want me to quote another sentence?
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