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I followed your trackback from Atrios (who happens to be one of "the blog masters [who] have been so deafeningly silent") But, at least, he hasn't been as bad as Kos and some of his henchmen (kid oakland, for example).

Cool blog. I'll check you out later. I heard that Randi Rhodes interview too...and it pissed me off...even worse, I saw Obama on network television on November 3rd before Kerry conceded...and he didn't say a word. I'll never forget that.

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It's so maddening. Yglesias and Drum I didn't expect much from. And Wonkette, the corporate media's favorite blogger, is useless - which is why she's their favorite blogger. But Josh Marshall, Kos and Atrios are huge disappointments.

Agree with you, eRobin.

I know there was a huge todo about big bloggers selling out awhile back. It wasn't hugely obvious back then (like you, I don't expect much from Drum and Yglesias and, egads, Wonkette) but now, it's a whole different ballgame.

What happened?

Thanks for the heads-up on the lack of Obama's principles. The only time I've seen him was his acceptance speech on election night, and I was not impressed.

Thought you might be interested in this:

http://medianalysis.typepad.com/louisxiv/2004/12/and_they_call_t.html

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