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    My First Media Matters Post

    My First Media Matters Post

    Or should I say, the first Media Matters post about me. regarding my post, The Great Tractorcade That Wasn’t.

    And written by none other than the lead blogger there, Eric Boehlert: Right-wing Blogger Doesn’t Know What “Brigade” Means.

    Doesn’t Media Matters, with all its new Soros money, have anything better to do than take my posts out of context?

    How about reviving TeaPartyTracker.org? Or figuring out how to blame the Israel Lobby for the Japanese nuclear meltdown? Or organizing some grassroots? Or teaching Fox News a lesson by buying ad time on Fox News? Or demanding vacation coverage fairness? Or worrying about the definition of “just barely“?

    (no need to answer, these are rhetorical questions)

    It’s not like the plan is working that well for the folks at Media Matters.  What is that saying about repeating something that doesn’t work?

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    Let's see 50-60 tractors rushing the beaches in Normandy – wiped out in seconds.

    If Media Mutters is going to get picky about definitions, are they aware that a "bagger" is "a workman employed to pack things into containers"? Why are they so uptight about folks who pack things efficiently? Perhaps they were referring, instead, to the machines that pack things into containers. I didn't realize that this matter was deserving of such media attention. Cheers for the unsung worker machines! Or maybe "bagger" refers to "Bagger Vance", a hyped movie that did not live up to expectations.

    Someone should tell those earnest MM bloggers to be more careful with their confusing terminology.


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