Who Won the Election?

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Blogs won the election! So sayeth the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle's C.W. Nevius, the San Bernardino Sun, CNet, Internet News, CBS Marketwatch, and about 500 other news organizations. For a contrarian viewpoint that I felt strangely compelled to link to, try the New York Press.

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  1. J.R. Taylor: “However, you can be sure the newspapers and networks didn’t have to worry about these bloggers saying anything confrontational. That might interfere with a potential dinner invitation from their new leftist pals.”
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    And the politicians don’t have to worry about the newspapers and networks saying anything confrontational. That might interfere with a potential dinner invitation from their old pals.

    You were wise in making the link, Matt.

  2. I love how the NYPress guy has the balls to call the Weekly Standard a rag..

    The New York Press has to settle for third-rate hookers for advertising revenue..

    ..but I still love the pissed-off fuck-the-world viewpoint that I don’t get from any other media outlet..

    ..except blogs.

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