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USNS Comfort still not there, people lack food and water but the real victim is 🍊

last from San Juan Mayor

and this happened as she was speaking



if anything, the media under-covered Puerto Rico

with 🍊 calling Puerto Ricans “locals”, media follows suit

Joel Osteen harships

and I want to mention this guy again – because it can’t be all about horrible people

because the situation is dire and ‘s response


and make them pay for it

and the state too

5 days after Hillary asked for it, it’s finally on its way

after 🍊 had already done this to them 😑

but it was predictable

and another good guy speaks against racism and bigotry

still trying to kill us – our children

and CHIP expiring


but at least Price is out

and as everything gets compared to Obama

on tax cuts, NYT still can’t say the “L” word

when in fact

and the score

with Twitter under the microscope, this admission

but more importantly

Missed this one

In Stolen election news (domestic department)



Irma passed Carribean islands, breaking their measuring instruments

and everyone talks of Florida, but Puerto Rico barely noticed

not unlike 🍊 breaking our country

with his Nazi measures and dementia

Maybe it’s payback for this?

from memory hole

some of the coverage

and the truth

and Sara thinks that this disregard for popular will can only means it’s irrelevant now

the not-nazi Americans – tolerance billed as “changes”

in budget negotiations, Dems scored


tax reality

and tax 🍊 needs

help for Harvey voted with those opposing

in actual Β Nazi News, they seem to be officially merging with Fox now

getting promos and everything

also, Assange is so yummy to them, they had to clone him (check start date)

and Russia is scarier than ever


but on the fun side

and let’s not forget the stolen election – Zuckerberg, forget political ambitions

and he just remembered



Voters dragged to vote Obama

I just found this study on media bias in this campaign – from October 2007

here’s the graph on the tone of the stories:

Some findings:

  • Overall, Democrats also have received more positive coverage than Republicans (35% of stories vs. 26%), while Republicans received more negative coverage than Democrats (35% vs. 26%). For both parties, a plurality of stories, 39%, were neutral or balanced.
  • Most of that difference in tone, however, can be attributed to the friendly coverage of Obama (47% positive) and the critical coverage of McCain (just 12% positive.) When those two candidates are removed from the field, the tone of coverage for the two parties is virtually identical.

some numbers

Obama: 47% positive, 16% negative.
Clinton: 27% positive, 38% negative.
McCain: 12% positive, 48% negative
Giuliani: 28% positive, 37% negative

Net numbers

Obama +31
Giuliani -9
Clinton -11
McCain -36

And how did that affect the race?

The findings about who got the most favorable coverage and the focus on horse race in many ways reinforce each other. Obama, the first candidate of color to be a major White House contender, performed better in polling and fundraising than expected in these early months. McCain, in contrast, was a former presumed front runner who fared far worse in the polls and in fundraising than anticipated.

It seems to me in retrospect, some unseen hands areΒ  pushing Obama on us by hook or by crook.

The bright side – in spite of this, more voters voted for Hillary (not that it mattered to DNC) and McCain got the nomination anyway.

Can we count on a voter rebellion in November?

Not Your Sweetie

June 2020