Thursday Links and Open Thread

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      • The media never worries that double digit percentages of people in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. think that 9/11 was an inside job (from Sept. 11, 2011) by the military-industrial complex and its plutocrat agents such as the Bushes and the Cheneys. No one in the media rends their garments.

        However, if people think that Pres. Obama is downplaying or downright lying about the influence of Islam upon his views the media casts that as an insidious disease.

        Their handwringing is more indicative of their personal and political sensibilities rather than any real threat to the national fabric.

        • I quit working at shopritte and now I’m making $75-97 p/hour. How? I work onlline! My job didn’t actually make me happy so I decided to take a chance on something new…after 4 years it wasn’t easy to quit my day job but now I couldn’t be happier. Look for more info on the site shown on my profille to see what I’ve been doing


  1. Mixed reaction to Axlerod — Jake Tapper’s tweet sounded so joyfully excited, I think he might have wet himself.

  2. I prefer Morning Joe over F&F, and listen often on SiriusXM, but four hours is too much of them.

    Too much of any cable news show, but especially too much of them.

  3. I don’t think Andrea is as prone to protect Hillary as she is Obama. I’ve seen some of her recent pieces on Hillary and they seem to present all the information.

  4. Today’s most popular links:
    5 from MSNBC to CNN
    4 Left-leaning PPP poll
    3 Morning Joe expands
    2 Fox News and Megyn Kelly
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Fox News vs TV Eyes: You win some and you lose some.

  5. Jim Gray echoed the sentiment of nearly every ESPN pundit.

    What did Keith Boykin say in the segment before Jim and Fran Tarkenton? I skipped the segment based on a Facebook friend’s status update.

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