Difference between revisions of "Daily Kos"

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This statement on behalf of Lieberman was, of course, ironic, considering he no longer identifies with the Democratic party himself, and ran in the general election on a separate party line named "Connecticut for Lieberman," having been denied the Democratic party's nomination.
 
This statement on behalf of Lieberman was, of course, ironic, considering he no longer identifies with the Democratic party himself, and ran in the general election on a separate party line named "Connecticut for Lieberman," having been denied the Democratic party's nomination.
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[[Bill O'Reilly]] has recently begun standing up to Daily Kos, and pointed out that despite the fact that many Americans may be repulsed by its ultra-liberal views, nearly all of Democrats candidates for president were at its yearly convention, including [[Barack Obama]], [[Hilary Clinton]] and [[John Edwards]]
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Revision as of 23:06, 18 August 2007

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The Daily Kos is a left-wing blog that features advertisements like "DraftGore.Com ... Sign Our Petition" with a picture of a smiling Al Gore in front of what appears to be an image of the Earth from outer space.[1] It also features a picture of President George W. Bush with a large cartoon cowboy hat.

Entries on this blog on February 25, 2007 range from gossip (such as teaser about "eviscerating coverage of Mitt Romney's polygamist ancestors") to vulgarity and use of four-letter words.

CBS News has recently suggested that liberal blogs (not necessarily the Daily Kos) may be their favored candidates own worst enemies, as they provide ample political fodder for the other side:[2]

[A] former aide to Joe Lieberman advised the party to refuse bloggers access and "deny them jobs that confer party approval." ... [P]lenty of Democrats were upset with the netroots.

This statement on behalf of Lieberman was, of course, ironic, considering he no longer identifies with the Democratic party himself, and ran in the general election on a separate party line named "Connecticut for Lieberman," having been denied the Democratic party's nomination.

Bill O'Reilly has recently begun standing up to Daily Kos, and pointed out that despite the fact that many Americans may be repulsed by its ultra-liberal views, nearly all of Democrats candidates for president were at its yearly convention, including Barack Obama, Hilary Clinton and John Edwards



Sources:
  1. viewed Feb. 25, 2007.
  2. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/02/23/opinion/main2507660.shtml

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