Tuesday, February 13, 2007

A Dire Threat to our Nation!

Oh my god! The TERRIBLE ASSAULT on our democracy of allowing a JOURNALIST to interview our elected representatives MUST BE STOPPED! Our VERY EXISTENCE as a nation could CRUMBLE if access to our government is not STRICTLY CONTROLLED by the media elites whose wisdom, guidance and concern for our well-being should NEVER BE QUESTIONED.

I'm ASHAMED that I secretly admire Sirota's CUNNING PLAN to circumvent the well justified ideological security which the media has benignly imposed by means of his NEFARIOUS TACTIC of obtaining access by requesting permission from a SITTING SENATOR!

When, oh when, will our democracy truly be safe from such DIRE ASSAULT!?

(h/t to David Sirota)

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