07 November 2008

More CTV Moonbat moments

Watched what was, no doubt, one of the proudest moments of Lloyd Robertson's journalistic, er... teleprompter reading career... apparently there are "curious stories" circulating about Sarah Palin. Apparently CTV no longer even needs actual facts.

The apogee of last night's CTV's coverage though, had to be this unbelievable example of Bush Derangement Syndrome... a slam on the first dog...

It seems President George W. Bush's dog Barney wasn't much in the mood for friendly attention during his walk outside the White House on Thursday.

So when Reuters reporter Jon Decker reached down to pet the Scottish terrier, the seemingly docile dog snapped at him and bit Decker's right index finger.
Yup... even the Bush family pet is an evil, twisted freak.

Thank you, once again, CTV.

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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"Oprabama just spent more on his campaign than any politician in the history of the world."

"His spending included 30 minute info-mercials in prime-time and Ben-Hur style movie sets. Yet our media wants us to be aghast at the fact that the other campaign spent money on clothes."
And...
"Broadcast journalism will go the way of newspapers, they are just a little (very little) behind the death spiral."

"People aren't willing to wait until 11PM for Lloyd to be activated (he does seem more android than human these days) to spew the news 99% of the viewers have already seen on Youtube or read on the blogs or news aggregators."
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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

its getting ridiculous isnt it, palins clothes now the dog...

Yaacov Ben Moshe said...

Don't forget, according to his doctors, Dick Cheney is so bad even his own heart is attacking him.

Anonymous said...

Bush was a terrible president, and Palin is a moron. The rest is just details.

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon spews... The rest is just details. "

more incisive political analysis from the loony left. i guess we've identified lloyd's fan base.

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Anonymous said...

>>its getting ridiculous isnt it, palins clothes now the dog...<<

Oprabama just spent more on his campaign than any politician in the history of the world. His spending included 30 minute info-mercials in prime-time and Ben-Hur style movie sets. Yet our media wants us to be aghast at the fact that the other campaign spent money on clothes...

Anonymous said...

An anonymous source told me that Lloyd likes to.......


Insert anything you like because it is libel proof when it comes from an anonymous source. CTV, and every news org in the world, just proved this to be true.

JA Goneaux said...

Broadcast journalism will go the way of newspapers, they are just a little (very little) behind the death spiral. People aren't willing to wait until 11PM for Lloyd to be activated (he does seem more android than human these days) to spew the news 99% of the viewers have already seen on Youtube or read on the blogs or news aggregators.

I may just be a fast reader, but I can finish thousands of words telling me more, and with greater context, than any newsreader can before the first commercial.

A dead medium, really. Maybe McLuhan was right, and wrong: TV is a cool medium, newspapers are old fashioned, but the WWW? A cool medium you can read? Don't think he visualized that (waiting for the inevitable over-educated college boy to tell me I'm wrong...)

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon says... An anonymous source told me that Lloyd likes to..."

exactly.

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langmann said...

If GW Bush ever came back from a tour saying he just finished visiting 57 States, the media would be so orgasmic they would make an entire TV channel just to play that statement over and over again the entire year.

What media bias?

Anonymous said...

That was a smart dog! Knows the smell of a commie when he smells it. Good boy. (real conservative)

JA Goneaux said...

langman:

Actually, the OH!-bam-anotor just had to phone Nancy Reagan and apologize for his tasteless comments from his FIRST media conference.

Like I said: without the teleprompter, the man is an empty suit.

Gonna be a FUN 4/8 years (depending on the gullibility of the American public...)