Let the Framing Begin

by Mike on April 5, 2007

in Politics

Over the next year and a half, the mainstream media will be distributing the kool-aid like never before on behalf of She Who Must Not Be Named.  We all know that every news story will be framed to her benefit, but the political  narrative will also be told in a way that will make normal people vomit.  Enter Jonathan Alter.

According to Alter, Barrack Obama’s slight advantage in primary fundraising dollars over the beast means that the latter is now the underdog despite her lead in the polls.  Never mind the fact that the reason why she raised slightly less than Obama has everything to do with the fact that she raised nearly 10 million in general election funding.  Her name (which we do not say) recognition among Democrat death eaters, um donors, is so extensive that she can afford to simultaneously raise funds for both phases of the campaign.  An underdog she is not.

I know liberal hacks in the media would love nothing more than to convince people that She Who Must Not Be Named is the underdog so that they can later run story after story about how their favorite female candidate was so strong and formidable because she overcame the odds to make history.  The facts tell a different story however.  Nice try Jonathan.  You can’t alter this story.

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Chris April 5, 2007 at 7:27 pm

That sure is one ‘her thighness’ pic that will end up giving the masses nightmares!

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Ryan April 6, 2007 at 8:39 am

The beast’s minions are relentless and transparent. It’s as if SWMNBN is an average candidate who just go a setback. Everyone knows her. Half the nation cringes when they hear her name or see her in flattering pictures like the one posted here. No one is neutral on her. Being an underdog, if it were true, would mean horrible things for her since everyone knows her! If she slips, it would be much harder for her to regain that edge than the average candidate. So even Alter’s premise is off in my book.

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