The GOP Network


The GOP Network, no I’m not referring to the FOX Network.

If I had to recommend one single thing that the Republicans should be doing to help articulate the message, it is to acquire another television network so that there is not just FOX.”  (Source: C-SPAN – 04/06/09 Robert G. Kaufman)

Well… Mr. Kaufman I think you may have a few phone calls coming your way from the leaders of the Republican Party. Oh, not the RNC Chairman Michael Steele, Mitch McConnell and friends, but Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich and Joe The Plumber.

So are you admitting what many know is true, but persistently deny. The GOP indirectly controls the mission of FOX News programming? Say it ain’t so Joe. Oh not you Mr. Plumber, it’s a… never-mind.

Which network do you suggest the GOP seek to indoctrinate? I have a few suggestions, but open to your suggestions.

CNN – You already have Lou Dobbs “Mr. Independent”, but you may have a time with my man Roland Martin and Anderson Cooper. Wolf Blitzer may give you a run for the money too. So that’s out.

NPT – I seriously doubt this would ever happen, because you would have to be truthful and have substance, so this network is out.

Lifetime – You’ll have a better chance on BET than getting on this network, so this one is out too.

CMT – Well you already have a segment of its demographics, but I’m not too sure this one would go over too well. The audience may be country, but enough of its viewers are sophisticated enough to tune out your message like a broken guitar string. So once again, they’re out.

The Cartoon Network – Now this one may work. The audience has a short attention span and the logic of your leadership is similar to its programming. The only thing is Oscar the Grouch may provide a vigorous debate that may go over the heads of some, but it’s worth a try.

Good luck with that, but what are you going to do with Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck? May I suggest offering them a reoccurring role on Scooby Doo, perhaps Barney.

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