A look at current events from the point of a view of a Conservative Evangelical Christian who stands firmly on the Word of God (that's the Bible for those of you at Berkley) and stands behind the Constitution of the United States of America. So grab yourself a big cup of java, kick back in your chair and enjoy another member of the "vast right wing conspiracy" making his voice heard.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Time Person of the Year

Well, it is official. Time Magazine has named Barack Hussein Obama their "Person of the Year" for 2008...or as i refer to it, a typical cover story for this pseudo-news rag.

Of course my math may be wrong, but i do believe that Barack Hussein Obama's face has gracefully graced the cover of one of his favorite PR publications at least 13 times as the focal point, and probably also was one of a collection of faces featured at least another 6 times in the last year. Every one of these covers presenting him as nothing short of incredible, of course; while the likes of John McCain or Sarah Palin were presented as the evil, scum of the earth politicos that those who practice yellow journalism make them out to be.

Time Magazine is just another proof of what Sean Hannity refers to the death of journalism in 2008. With more and more print publications going broke, we can only hope Time's time will come also.


goooooood girl said...

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Mike'sDumbmerica said...

What do you propose that traditional news media be replaced with?

boBByd said...

I don't propose they get replaced...just hope they get a clue and realize that no body wants to put up with their one sided yellow journalism any more. Print rags are going under and people are tuning out of the big 3; all the while conservative talk radio continues to thrive and grow and Fox News has more people watching their 6:00 program than CNN or BSNBC has watching their primetime programs. You would think someone would see the writing on the wall and get more equal time for conservatives, like you see on Fox News.
If they won't do their job and report the news, they should't stay in business.