large-scale disgrace, signalling your banner all over the place

I’m an furious partisan guy, who likes to see Democrats accomplish ultimate victory and stride Republicans into the Chesapeake Bay one-by-one, even though I furthermore despise the popular party for being more Bayh than Che. I believe the mainstream media’s coddling of the Republican party is what will ultimately destroy the GOP —it’s hard to glimpse that you’re a permanent few party of staining white guys when you’re getting fluffed by Dancing Dave et al. every day of the week and twice (or more) on all Sunday. And that’s a good thing, at least for an ideological asshole like me.

But…the reality is that establishment media’s remedy of the liability converses is a disgrace, journalistically speaking:

It’s really astonishing to glimpse political reporters dutifully transient along Republican accusations that President Obama’s unfastening offer in the fiscal cliff converses is just a recycled version of his vintage design, when those same reporters expended the last year dutifully transient along Republican accusations that Obama had no design. It’s even more astonishing to glimpse them overtake along Republican annoy that Obama isn’t chopping Medicare sufficient, in the same matter-of-fact pitch they used throughout the campaign to pass along Republican annoy that Obama was chopping Medicare.

This isn’t just cognitive dissonance. It’s irresponsible describing. Mainstream newspapers outlets don’t desire to look partisan, so they ignore the BS hidden in simple view, the hypocrisy and dishonesty that characterises the up to date Republican Party. I’m vintage enough to recall when Republicans asserted that anyone who said they wanted to slash Medicare was a demagogue, because I’m more than three weeks vintage.

I’m certain Michael Grunwald, who composed this, will be relegated to the hippie ghetto, far from the Broding gathering, because that’s how things work. But that’s what it means to be a reality-based journalist all these days.