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Wednesday, December 28, 2005

The sequel:



Inspired by Digby's post (one of many on that theme), a Media Matters report, and the perpetual fawning over at Powerline.

UPDATE 30 Dec: How could we have forgotten? In our rush to get the image out, we forgot about Jeff Gannon when making the credit list (had been Matt Drudge). Now updated.



8 comments

wonderful!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/29/2005 10:17 AM  

Very clever indeed!

Perhaps the movie's title should be changed to "Stumpbroke Mountain."

lowyoyo99

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/29/2005 5:20 PM  

Check out David Horsey's BrokeBudget Mountain: "Deficit Spending - we cain't tell nobody what we bin doing."

By Blogger RepubAnon, at 12/29/2005 6:57 PM  

No rhinestones on these cowboys but they still sparkle.

By Blogger Shag from Brookline, at 12/30/2005 3:43 AM  

I noticed that Guckert/Drudge slip-up as soon as I saw it on Hullabaloo. Glad to see you fixed it. Good catch.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/30/2005 6:22 AM  

I'm not a Republican or Democrat, I'm an American. If I lived in NYC or DC and I ever saw one of these newswhores like Chris Matthews, Shit Hume, or Tim Russert I would give them a knuckle sandwich. I am with the non violent resistance in all of its forms, but I'm getting really angry at the lies and propaganda broadcast by the US Corporate State Controlled Media. Why aren't there massive protests outside the newswhores glass houses. We can't punch the politcos because they would just call us terrorists and detain us without charges or trial here in the good old USA. I'm fucking pissed.

By Blogger crusader bunnypants, at 12/30/2005 7:11 AM  

I was going to send the Broke Mountain 2 poster directly to Matthews but I noticed a link for MSNBC news analyst and frequent "Hardball" guest Ron Reagan.

So, I sent him the following:

Mr. Reagan,

Since you're a frequent guest on "Hardball" I thought that you could put the following spoof to good use. I was thinking that you should get it enlarged to poster size and tape it to the door of Matthews' dressing room or office.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/30/2005 7:30 PM  

Nice! I've got my own version of the Tweety man-love for Bushco over here.

By Blogger AssParrot, at 1/20/2006 3:05 PM  

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