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Sunday, May 07, 2017

Media wants to miss the 2018 election too

The New York Times, which got the 2010 House election wrong, the 2014 Senate election wrong, and the 2016 presidential election wrong, is now predicting the return of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House, following the House vote to repeal and replace Obamacare.

In fact, many others in the media are ecstatic over the thought of this killing Republicans.

Have they paid no attention at all to President Trump's campaign which was based, in part, on repealing and replacing this gawdawful contraption?

Apparently not.

‘No District Is Off the Table’: Health Vote Could Put House in Play
 In a suburban Chicago district, Kelly Mazeski, a breast cancer survivor, used the day of the vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act to announce her House candidacy, vowing to make Representative Peter Roskam pay for his vote “to make Americans pay more and get less for their health care.”
In western New York, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul has stirred talk of a congressional race with her slashing criticism of Representative Chris Collins, who rallied fellow Republicans to vote for the health measure, then conceded in a national television interview that he had not read the bill.
And in suburban Philadelphia, Chrissy Houlahan, an Air Force veteran challenging Representative Ryan A. Costello, said she would make Mr. Costello’s decision to support the bill in committee, before opposing it on the floor, a central issue.
Go ahead, Houlahan.

Make Costello's day.

The political deafness saturates the Washington press corps.

This week’s vote to replace Obamacare has scrambled the 2018 House landscape, jeopardizing Republican lawmakers across the country and potentially endangering the party’s longstanding grip on the chamber.
More than a dozen senior Republican strategists, lawmakers, and potential candidates expressed varying degrees of concern over the political implications of the health care push. Some predicted that House members would face a fierce backlash from voters, while others said the party had erred badly in rushing through a bill that lacked broad public support.
No, what threatened Republicans was inertia. The party's paralysis on repeal and replacement.

These are the same bozos who swore Abortion Barbie was going to flip Texas blue.

The House Republican vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act means the GOP now has to answer for every problem with the health care law.
Nope. Not hardly. Just as rewarded Republicans for not voting to create Obamacare in 2010, so voters will reward them in 2018 for killing the law.

We have no national media. We merely have a bunch of jackasses sitting in Washington talking among themselves who look at polls and think they know the lay of the land.

On November 8, 2016, the American people said, "Trump the Establishment!"

Now read the book that explains how and why the press missed this historic the election.

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And then read the original, "Trump the Press," which chronicled and mocked how the media missed Trump's nomination.

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11 comments:

  1. As my adult son said yesterday that the GOP needs to be on TV daily asking why the Democrats in 7 years never corrected the deficiencies in ObamaCare and are not helping now. Then the President should go on the offensive with the facts about the failing ObamaCare and why it needs to be replaced.
    The Dems scream that millions will die with the House bill and I have yet to hear anyone challenge any such screaming Democrat on why/how that would happen. I hope Tucker Carlson invites one to justify their lie. The GOP is too damn gentlemanly. They will lose the House in 2018 unless they start being proactive and getting in the face of lying Democrats. As we said in the submarine navy back when, kick ass and take names.
    Read this on how ObamaCare would have killed a patient and this lady should be part of an attack on the lying Democrats: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/may/6/my-husband-wouldve-died-obamacare/

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  2. The media keeps ignoring us, except when they call us fools or otherwise insult us.

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  3. Those who read the NYT and Politico etc don't care if their messengers are right or wrong. They need a fairytale to keep them believing the red haired Troll will soon be killed by a handsome prince, say the one in Georgia as he rides across the Kulture bridge to glory..
    The papers are there for themselves too, to help and encourage, keep paid subscribers subscribing and clicking. If they themselves cared whether they were right or wrong they would be more hesitant or more discreet more truthful, more quantoid, because the future is always unknown and could change at any minute or second. But they have a new role, new in modern history:
    They are part of the psychiatric resistance now. Their mentor is the commander of ISIS who said to his recruits: " JIhad cures depression!". Yes, holy work gives one self value in the world, even if that means mentally leaving it.
    So the NYT. How depressing is their world now. Very. Even Goddess Streisand has given up, can only sing the woeful beagle blues from her creaking Golden car .
    So now The stunning all new Message to Garcia: hope for revolution, join the resistance, have happy thoughts of glorious victories to come under ever laughing ox eyed commandress Pelosi, come and hear the beat of dancing feet, out there on 42nd street, and Times Square, the center of the World.

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  4. The lay of the land sure has screwed those jackasses over.

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  5. How did we survive before Obozo care?

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  6. Why do I see Schumer, Pelosi, and even Hillary sound bites seemingly all the time and nothing from Ryan and McConnell?

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    1. Most likely because the TV won't give them airtime; though it could possibly be that there are none.

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  7. Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now?

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  8. If you just consider the vast majority of the media as the Propoganda Wing of the Democrat party, it all makes sense.

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    1. Democrat operatives with bylines, as Prof. Reynolds likes to say.

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  9. It doesn't matter what was in the House bill. The Senate will gut it and insert their plans. When it goes back to the House for reconciliation is when the real sausage-making begins. - Elric

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