The Rupert Murdoch hacks from the Wall Street Journal do their best to paint a happy face on Christine O'Donnell's win in the Delaware Republican primary race for Senate and the extreme right wing in the form of the so called "Tea Party" taking over
September 18, 2010

The Rupert Murdoch hacks from the Wall Street Journal do their best to paint a happy face on Christine O'Donnell's win in the Delaware Republican primary race for Senate and the extreme right wing in the form of the so called "Tea Party" taking over the Republican Party. I really get tired of them trying to pretend like that astroturf movement funded by big monied interests is somehow not just the Republican base.

Nothing like watching the writers for Rupert Murdoch's right wing Wall Street Journal discuss how that "grass roots" movement they helped the Koch brothers get started is coming along now that they've unleashed the monster on the rest of us.

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