Internet Is Changing The Rules

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    Great piece by Michael Barone in US News & World Report:

    http://www.usnews.com/usnews/issue/050221/opinion/21barone.htm

    The conclusion is just the start:

     
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    What?--No one believed all that 'truth setting you free' stuff? :teeth:
     
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    The conservative bloggers played it smart, because they recognized who the true adversary was. The left's agenda - when recognized for what it is - is distasteful to Americans. The only time liberals have experienced any success in the political arena, they have managed to fool the electorate as to their true intentions. That's where the Old Media came in, and - when they monopolized discourse, they did their jobs with deadly efficiency. That day is past. In the context of the "New Media", liberalism is a dead man walking, and the smart liberals KNOW it.

    Hillary Clinton is LHAO at the pathetic Democrats who now flail about, seemingly oblivious to the new reality. Believe me, friends, she's just hanging back - watching, waiting, and learning. Her bankrupt ideology cannot withstand the light of day, and she understands that.

    Daylight had better brace itself.
     

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