Last week, I posted about Rupert Murdoch complaining about Mitt Romney's wussy campaign tactics. Murdoch was back at it today with a new tweet, complaining that Romney needs to hire "some real pros," which Murdoch called a "doubtful" proposition.
Here's Murdoch's tweet, as per Politico:
"Met Romney last week. Tough O Chicago pros will be hard to beat unless he drops old friends from team and hires some real pros. Doubtful."
Is it just me or is anyone else uncomfortable with a media mogul tweeting campaign advice to a presidential candidate?
For the masses I say – Keep them in the dark and feed them bullshit. Rupert’s MIO
It’s not just you, Ellen. Sounds to me like wrinkled old murdick is trying to get corrupt asshole jabba ailes to double down on swiftboating President Obama with the help of other assholes like turdblossom and the rest of his FoxGOPTV pukes.
Coming down the pipe:
1. The GOP is hit with a major crisis.
2. The GOP vs. Fox “News” mouthpieces.
3. It all goes down hill for the conservative frauds.
This is a golden opportunity for the masses to use this against conservative talk radio. Call these stations and tell their listeners about Rupy’s comments about The Mitt.
Go on all social media and tell the conservative masses that High End Hannocchio’s boss Rupy is attacking The Mitt. Hannocchio is backed against a wall. He will not criticize Rupy for fear of losing his job at Fox “News” Channel. He will feel helpless knowing that he can’t go after his boss on his radio show. We got him cornered.
It dramatizes the Mormon superiority complex manifesting as racism, sexism, jingoism, and anÂ anti-federal government temperament.
It shows theÂ similarities between Islam and MormonismÂ and reveals the secrets of Mormon mind control.
Consider this review:
âWith a clarity of language and vision unsurpassed in contemporary American prose, Steven Janiszewski’s Assassination of Spiro Agnew takes us into a U.S. mazed with madness and Mormonism and all things Utah, a U.S. that was then and still is. Do we need a novel, even as brilliant as this one, about a young man on a divine mission to assassinate the Vice President because he is too liberal? Yes, now more than ever. Readers, welcome to a masterpiece.â
Everyone should read The Assassination of Spiro Agnew.
I sure as hell am — it kinda throws a wrench into that whole “Fair and Balanced” thing . . .