Monday, July 17, 2006

Since. . .

It Is Currently All Over The Web, I'll Put In My 2 Cents Worth
by The Old Hippie Because Some Small Events Are Worth Discussion


“In politics, nothing happens by accident.  If it happened, you can bet it was planned that way.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt

On this Bush-Blair caught on the open microphone at the G8 meeting thing. . .  There is a lot of talk of it being on purpose, or maybe not.  FOX is blowing it off as "our common man" president being himself, let's move on.  It is still being shown all over the MSM, over and over again - Therefore the corporate controllers of the MSM have not stopped it, or diminished it - So one can be pretty sure someone wants this to be seen, (by Bush's base?)

The fact it also displays "our" president's rudeness in talking with his mouth full, to a leader of a major ally, (Blair,) at a prestigious meeting of world leaders, while knowing the cameras are on, and showing a non-caring lack of class, or even simple manners.  The incorrect use of "irony," the "Yo Blair," the "this shit," the "Some of these guys talk too long.  Gotta go home." All of these mannerisms and attitudes speak very loudly, and clearly, to so many.

What is most telling is the "displayed reactions" to them.  Please take the time to compare the "displayed reactions" of the "observers" from the right, left, MSM, independents, etc.  The education is in the observation of the displayed reported reactions, not the unplanned "accidental photo-op" of the president's and Blair's conversation.

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1 Comments:

At 8/23/2006 6:13 AM, Anonymous carlo*94 said...

I also encountered anaother site which also talked about this issue but in that one there was something about Diet Coke and Putin. I think they just didn't notice that the mic was picking up all these stray talk. Lucky for them there wasn't too many blunders.

 

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