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Who still trusts msnbc?

I just saw Chris Matthews ask how the republican power structure in the senate is going to be. I turned it off.

They are corporate media, and all corporate media has been bought out thanks to all the media deregulation, you know the story well, citizens united, and I see a pathetic landslide from the naive and gullible online following like sheep to the slaughter.

They won't even tolerate an opinion left of the approved corporate left.

It's a joke. I monitor them and over and over they silence the left, and promote the right in their sophisticated way. It's a real joke, and insult to our intelligence.

I post this in hope that their effect on next weeks elections will somehow be cut, along with CNN and Faux of course too.

Today an entire segment was cut on Huff Post live with Howard Fineman, was it because I said we won't know the real poll until Tuesday night? Maybe, I don't trust any establishment media. We the people will have last word, we did with President Obama, we will next week.

When you have a racist supreme court

Say goodbye to first world status. Say goodbye to exceptionalism. Say goodbye to leadership. Say goodbye to superpower notions.

With a second rate middle class now. Say goodbye.

This country is corrupt from the so called supreme court, to the corporate bought status quo, to a media that protects the status quo and prevents progress. By demonizing the left every fucking day. Fuck you, I'm going to expatriate this shit hole.

US thinktank ponders: how about annexing Canada, eh?

Vladimir Putin may have taken Crimea for Russia, but in Washington on Wednesday the talk was of US annexation of Canada – all 4m square miles of it.

That at least was the “thought experiment” conducted by the Woodrow Wilson Center, a prestigious DC thinktank, which hosted a debate featuring the author of a book advocating political union of the two North American neighbours.


Diane Francis, a conservative Canadian newspaper columnist with dual US citizenship, says her call for the “merger of the century” has been listened to more seriously south of the border where she claims to have received complimentary letters from Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush.


“In Canada, people are horrified,” admitted Francis, before discussing how its 13 provinces and territories could become US states – but why Quebec might instead choose to become a semi-independent commonwealth, “a bit like Puerto Rico”.

Read the rest here: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/19/us-canada-merger-experiment-trade
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