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65. K&R. He points out the perversion of our democracy itself.
Mon May 25, 2015, 06:34 PM
May 2015

He points out how deliberately sick the corporate messaging has become.

My new favorite example is all the Third Way lecturing in this thread


that it's RUDE to bring up Hillary's war policies on Memorial Day!

You see, it's a plastic, corporate holiday now, for cheering empty platitudes about peace from the very politicians who vote for the wars of profit and orchestrate the bloodshed.
Bernie is great Duckhunter935 May 2015 #1
Taking the high road... awoke_in_2003 May 2015 #34
Missed it.... daleanime May 2015 #2
How could I see Bernie Sanders? Everyone knows the media is ignoring him... brooklynite May 2015 #3
Would everyone post an internet-available link when adding these topics, please? erronis May 2015 #7
Here is the link to Bernie's Video at CNN's "Reliable Sources:" KoKo May 2015 #10
Many thanks, KoKo and napi21! erronis May 2015 #13
BTW: You need to go in about two minutes for the start of the whole thing.... KoKo May 2015 #14
I half expected them to break away to cover Hillary arriving somewhere..... Spitfire of ATJ May 2015 #23
Thank you for the link, KoKo.What a terrific interview! hedda_foil May 2015 #25
Great interview. Paka May 2015 #38
I'll bookmark this for later! MrMickeysMom May 2015 #43
Thank you... Rockyj May 2015 #55
I tried to find a web version and the closest I found napi21 May 2015 #11
He is referring to this AgingAmerican May 2015 #26
I am glad you agree that the Corp-Media (owned by major corporations) are ignoring the candidate rhett o rick May 2015 #44
Perhaps because the "people's candidate" won't be able to get the people to vote for him? brooklynite May 2015 #48
She is clearly Wall Streets choice. The billions they have to buy the election rhett o rick May 2015 #50
Actually, there are three sides... brooklynite May 2015 #51
I didn't forget the Republicons. The Oligarchs will give them some support but they rhett o rick May 2015 #53
So in your opinion Bernie is a weaker candidate then any of the possible republicans.... daleanime May 2015 #54
Any of the Republicans likely to win the nomination? Yes. brooklynite May 2015 #58
And Hillary can beat them? daleanime May 2015 #59
Based on polling and the political profile of the States in play? Absolutely. brooklynite May 2015 #60
Then it should be no problem...... daleanime May 2015 #61
If Bernie beats Hillary AgingAmerican May 2015 #62
it's laughable to believe otherwise frylock May 2015 #83
Actually, there are three sides....you're forgetting the Republican candidate DJ13 May 2015 #56
The Plutocrats prefer the Democrat in their pocket to the Republican. Dustlawyer May 2015 #57
I like to take benign statements and pretend they're de-facto positions too. LanternWaste May 2015 #70
Snarky and dismissive, but not quite accurate. morningfog May 2015 #76
I see..so Bernie shows up out of the blue and knocks on the door at CNN? brooklynite May 2015 #79
That excuse redstateblues May 2015 #77
get some new material ffs frylock May 2015 #82
Bernie is doing this nation a crucial service. woo me with science May 2015 #4
Yes I did locks May 2015 #5
Yes, it's quite refreshing I must say. And Bernie probably doesn't have pollsters tellin him what isues he should duck. InAbLuEsTaTe May 2015 #52
Bernie did his usual awesome. floriduck May 2015 #6
How about we get the personality/ownership discussion out there and let Bernie deal with issues? erronis May 2015 #8
It's highly doubtful that is his strategy, he has said as much. Agschmid May 2015 #45
I hope that they put that up on the web--sounds like it would be worth seeing! MADem May 2015 #9
Napi....You can Cut and Paste the Video Link to Bernie into your OP from here: KoKo May 2015 #12
That was a good interview. And come to think about it - that is the difference between the "news" jwirr May 2015 #15
That was before the media got totally co-opted as a propaganda mechanism Jackpine Radical May 2015 #18
Yes. jwirr May 2015 #19
Good interview, good discussion, highly recommended viewing eom whereisjustice May 2015 #16
Senator Sanders just makes total sense. PearliePoo2 May 2015 #17
He usually gets introduced as "Bernie Sanders - Hillary Challenger". Spitfire of ATJ May 2015 #20
I have ONE representative who speaks for me. ONE! Gregorian May 2015 #21
Sanders was great. hrmjustin May 2015 #22
No greytdemocrat May 2015 #24
They don't know AgingAmerican May 2015 #27
That is the symptom,not the cause Cosmocat May 2015 #36
Then how do we 40% know? Are those avenues closed to the 60% for some reason? whatthehey May 2015 #88
AGREED! Cosmocat May 2015 #35
Video: Bernie Sanders Slams Press For Campaign Coverage On CNN's Reliable Sources Purveyor May 2015 #28
It's perfect... Just perfect lead.. eloydude May 2015 #29
No (nt) bigwillq May 2015 #30
There is no love lost between Hilliary and the corporate media. ZX86 May 2015 #31
I dont blme the press, i blame the idiots for not paying any attention. 7962 May 2015 #32
I won't exonerate the public completely, but the Press is most guilty. napi21 May 2015 #33
I grew up in the Cronkite era too. The worst thing that ever happened sufrommich May 2015 #37
Thats the problem, No one WATCHES the news like they used to! 7962 May 2015 #40
10% of the population owns 80% of the wealth. So what fucking difference does it make KingCharlemagne May 2015 #39
Well then, I guess you dont bitch about Fox. 7962 May 2015 #41
Propaganda works that's why it's used. The Plutocratic-Oligarchs buy propaganda and rhett o rick May 2015 #46
I don't have a problem with Bernie doing this at all... ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #42
You think the billions "donated" by Wall Street will win out over the power rhett o rick May 2015 #49
No. You think that. ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #63
But Sen Warren isn't running. Funny how people suddenly believe in the system if rhett o rick May 2015 #64
You're hilarious, rhett ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #66
Insulting me won't make any difference. Maybe makes you feel taller. I don't for a minute rhett o rick May 2015 #67
Please, rhett... you spew insults almost faster than you breathe ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #68
I am having trouble with your "reality based" logic. First of all it's a fact of politics and rhett o rick May 2015 #69
When was the last time money bought your influence? ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #73
Oh plez. Corporations have all their execs give to the campaign. That's not fooling anyone rhett o rick May 2015 #74
It's not an "insult" to use the clear meaning of your words in context ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #80
Your word games don't change the facts that corporations donate millions by "encouraging" their rhett o rick May 2015 #85
If you want your words to mean something other than they explicitly mean... ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #86
Almost as amusing as pretending "qualified" is an objective term. LanternWaste May 2015 #71
It really has become parody LordGlenconner May 2015 #75
Sen Sanders may not be able to overcome the huge financial donations that HRC will get. rhett o rick May 2015 #78
Actually, I won't gloat when he loses ConservativeDemocrat May 2015 #81
I have never once mentioned Benghazi nor will I ever. I do mention that she betrayed the rhett o rick May 2015 #84
I'm very meh on Hillary LordGlenconner May 2015 #89
Back when I was editor of my high school year book, I made sure at least two pages were YOHABLO May 2015 #47
K&R. He points out the perversion of our democracy itself. woo me with science May 2015 #65
I think you will like this from Howard Zinn Luminous Animal May 2015 #72
^^^this^^^ L0oniX May 2015 #87
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