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An interesting paradigm shift is happening within the ranks of the Professional Left Media - hypocrisy against, then in favor of, yet AGAIN putting down what has been historically supported as one of their very own tenets. They trumpet all things Leftward, turn on that which they deem "insignificant", THEN decide to support the Directionless Anarchists© who still only have a grand total 30,000 WORLDWIDE. They also work very hard to point out every gaffe or mistake made by Herman Cain. You would think they would be happy at the prospect of his running for the White House; they go out of their way to denegrate him at every outing due to Cain's being a conservative. Yet they toss out the race baiting operations handbook whenever reporting on his campaign. The logic behind that is along the same lines as that of the Whiskey Council Against Happy Hour. It's not just on through the major Professional Left outlets (The Alphabet Soup, CNN/MSNBC, AP/Reuters, Washington Post/ NY Times, etc), either. Here on Blog Talk Radio we have instances where there's non-stop hypocrisy going on as well. Those hardcore OpBart, Anonymous/ WikiLeaks, Occupy Movement supporters are constantly showing it. They're in a hyper-manic state showing how they are pro-green alternative energy, but ignore every fact coming out of the Solyndra controversy. They constantly call the TEA Party 'racist', but don't call out the fact that buses (hired by SEIU) going to campuses at the various cities involved with the Occupy Movement, but NOT the historically black ones. Now U.S. troops are being deployed to Uganda...?!?! Yet the actual number of those within the operation is skirted every time when asked. These are just some of the recent news items we'll be discussing on the Still Flyin' Over the Heartland Show. So ladies & menfolk... sit down, strap in & HOLD ON!
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