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It seems Stop and Frisk is once again the issue of this mayoral election. I remember when Occupy was given a favorable ruling by the court and Bloomberg went ahed and changed the judge/ got his way.

Once again, here’s the AM NY headline

and here’s NY Post celebrating in their gracious fashion .I hope New Yorkers will show up and vote on Tuesday!

Our tabloids have us laughing till it hurts

And Weiner finally gets a non-sexual attack

It’s been so customarily to break the law when starting wars, the media calls the legal process “punting”

.Sorry, Post, that buck was never meant to stop there

Obama fans at the news are not much happier

Elliott Spitzer once took on Wall Street and the media took him down in a matter of days. His intention to return to politics has been met with more sex puns in tabloids headlines than Weiner could dream off. Somehow they figured this is not a minus with voters sow this is the new sin: not voting for Obama. It’s more ironic coming from NY Post.

For me, it’s a big plus and proof of consistency: One that knows the cesspool that is Wall Street should not vote for their puppet. And no, NY Post this is NOT “voter fraud”

Having gotten the maximum mileage from printing “Moscow” next to Snowden’s name, tabloids decided to go one over. A bona-fide spy tweeted she likes Snowden!

And that’s front page news, from the paper that let us know Greenwald’s dog’s too big!

And whie you are outraged by this tweet, remember, you are still being spied on!

And just because we are doing outlandish headlines, here’s the Post coverage of Egypt events .

Back to Snowden, Oba,a almost starts a  world war unsuccessfully hunting for Snowden

Barring of Bolivian Plane Infuriates Latin America as Snowden Case Widens

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