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Sunday, December 24, 2006



Wait, what the hell is going on here?

This is the sort of thing we were sworn to, uh, protect!


I read that PDF, and that is transparent bullshit.

Saturday, December 16, 2006


Barack Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn Obama

Following up on Gato's and Thers' posts:

Think about it.


Friday, December 15, 2006


In the Interests of Fairness

We here at Online Blogintegrity are committed to Integrity. Uh, online. With blogs in, er, particular. Ahem.

With that in mind, we feel that "the other side" of El Gato Negro's post below deserves to be heard. For, as we have learned over the last seven years, when it comes to Democratic politicians running for higher office and the media, "balance" means putting something "reasonable" on one side and something "insane and borderline libelous" on the other.

Keeping that in mind, we would like to suggest to CNN some further split screen opportunities for their portrayal of Senator Obama:

Sen Obama and Ming the Merciless

Sen. Obama and RuPaul, for reasons Digby has elucidated

And Sen. Obama and Botulism, because I bet they could find a way to use it.

Let us at OBI never be accused of a lack of Journalistical Balanceitude.

Thursday, December 14, 2006


Thees game, she could be fun.

Amigos, I had hoped to avoid having to write thees post.

However, recent actions from some een las Sociedad des Frotacionados have left me weeth leetle alternative.

Eef eet ees an accepted truism een la prenza these days that the image, she ees everytheeng, and the substance, she ees notheeng, than certainly "jokes" like thees should no be countenanced.

Leetle jabs like that of Greenfield's can help marginalize a candidate or define heem/her een negative ways. Visual attacks such as those using the splitscreen format are so graphically strong, and yet informationally vapid, that I do no see them being abandoned by the media any time soon.

I must therefore note the curious lack of response from the excessively-renumerated democratic strategists/imagineers and even among the more (nominally) moderate pudding-talking-heads.

Further, while no necessarily questioning their motives, I must also wonder why no one has made thees sartorial comparison en la prenza or even en linea:

Now, were I a clever leetle overpaid consultant, I would most certainly be working my corpulent, pasty culo off to make eet a certainty that these two hombres have a photo-opportunity how-joo-say "tout de suite".


(Note: Thees ees no to say that ¡El Gato Negro! endorses Senadore Obama or any other 2008 Presidential candidate. I seemply offer thees leetle show & tell een the spirit of civility.)

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