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Friday, October 27, 2006

Half a Blogosphere Ain't Bad

by Jay Allbritton
If our soldiers in Iraq want to do a little research before the mid-term elections there are any number of websites availible to them. They can get a wide range of political guidence from The Drudge Report, Michelle Malkin and the rest of the blogosphere.

The right-wing bolgosphere.

No need to check out any of those left leaning sites, soldier.

From Wonkette:
We realize that when it comes to freedom of the press, the USA has fallen to Number 53 in the world--tied with our fascist homies in Croatia and the islanders of the Kingdom of Tonga!--but do we have to make is so damned obvious? Another Marine stationed in Iraq has sent us a screenshot of what happens when you need some hot news on Macaca and Foley:
forbidden, this page (http://www.wonkette.com) is categorized as (Personal Pages) ALL SITES YOU VISIT ARE LOGGED AND FILED.
Nice little threat at the end, too. Asswipes.

Notice the other browser tabs. Two actual "personal pages" that rah-rah for Bush (What's her name, the wannabe Coulter, and Hugh Hewitt) show up just fine, as our Marine Operative confirms. But "Talking Points Memo," which is apparently one of the "left leaning" sites one hears so much about these days, is prohibited.

By the way something, if you're lonely, the Marine Corps will be your friend.

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