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The mainstream media sides with Common

“Indeed, among the pool of potential 2012 Republican presidential candidates, it appears Sarah Palin was the only one to take the bait on the latest president-meets-pop culture media mashup.”  Is this some sort of question begging?  The media acts like they are not the ones who took the bait with the Dixie Chicks and Dan Quayle.  They point the finger…because they can.

Rapper Common performs during a Moving America Forward rally for Democratic candidates Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 in Chicago. (Charles Rex Arbogast/AP Photo)

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2 comments on “The mainstream media sides with Common

  1. Montana
    May 14, 2011

    Sarah Palin was so successful as a governor (The Bitter Quitter), she graduated early, she real is a “Dan Quayle” in heels. She clearly loves “dishing it out” but real can’t take it because she loves playing the victim card, poor thing. She fail as a VP candidate (her lie that her daughter was engaged was such a farce), her stand-up comic fiasco on the Jay Leno Show, please, her TV show canceled after declining rating, I guess running for Prez is the only thing she can look forward to, but since she is a coward she will only throw small minded rocks, poor thing.

  2. midya
    July 20, 2011

    i won’t argue with the facts in your response. why would i? she isn’t perfect. your thinking doesn’t address the issue, though. why does the white house support people like Common? he is a hate filled person. he doesn’t stand for traditional values. he doesnt’ really stand for law and order which obama supposedly stands for. if the white house is really for law, order, peace and the rule of law, people like Common would be reprimanded and people like dan quayle would be praised. who your friends are matters. who you celebrate matters as well. i’m just saying.

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