Yesterday, I went to pick up my buddy from PRIVATE school and swung by Cherokee to inhale some steak fingers. He actually told me that he was hungry for something that his mama wouldn't eat, which means FOOD. While the punk was wasting all my money on pinball, I grabbed a Jackson Free Press. Oh man, that "newspaper" is hilarious. Pick any current issue and they are sporting wood for the WRONG SIDE of it. Methinks that the density of the people that "write" there drags only morons in with the gravity of their idiocy. If there are dumber people in the universe, I have never encountered them.
A quick excerpt of Donna Ladd's signature opening article, "ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME." and "ME!!!"
Adam Lynch's article on ObamaCare competes with the "best" writing found on Democratic Underground. His piece is literally every talking point straight from the Barry White House and ALL of it FALSE. Howard Zinn-esque even. If you actually believe anything in the Free Press, you should be on medication, sporting a straitjacket and a rubber mouth-thingy to keep you from biting your tongue off during the shock treatments. Oh, wait, the Democrats closed all of the mental health facilities back in the 1960s. DAMMIT!!! That is how they keep getting elected!!! The crazies can VOTE NOW!!!
Then something dawned on me while chortling at the insanity within. The JFP and the Clarion Ledger are in cahoots. The Free Press had a "Health Talk" article about Representative John Mayo's soda tax that died in committee. Oddly enough, even the totally Democrat controlled Mississippi Legislature thinks that Democrat ideas are ridiculously stupid. Stunning.
But, the Free Press is loving all up on Mayo.
And in a strange turn of events, the JFP has an interview with Representative Toby Barker (Retard-Hattiesburg). That strikes me as odd until we see what kind of "Republican" Barker is. One that promotes solar energy, bike safety laws, and early childhood "education" spending. While even he admits that solar is basically stupid at this point, he STILL advocates for it. Hmmmm. So, maybe the Democrats do NOT corner the market on idiots even if it does seem that way. And if you advocate for getting children into the public school system at earlier ages, you are basically a hater of intelligence. Every legitimate study ever undertaken has shown the earlier a child begins public school, the quicker they become stupid. See writings on public education from Dr. Thomas Sowell for intelligent discussions on the topic.
Of course, there is the typical Ken Stiggers gibberish that is so far removed from being English that it is incomprehensible, John Horhn adds his typical insanity, and the JFP's own submission (Yes, it is a JFP link) into Mitchieville's What the Hell am I? contest.
I cannot decide which rag is the biggest waste of trees, but make no mistake, the Clarion Ledger and the JFP are cold-blooded murder for our friends in the Landscape Community.
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