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HughMoran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-09-10 07:39 PM
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13. I'm usually one to dismiss the effect of liberal blogs....
Edited on Sat Oct-09-10 07:41 PM by HughMoran
But actually, if you think about it, Keith and Rachel have repeatedly amplified the voices of the liberal blogs by discussing them on their shows. Then Fox uses such to talk-down/laugh at the liberals who don't even support their own President, then CNN and other copycat outlets repeat the meme as fact.

The "common knowledge" that the left isn't firmly behind Obama has to be coming from somewhere, because polls certainly don't show this. So, this theory is not nearly as far-fetched as it seems on its face.
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