Monday, December 17, 2007

MASS media

Okay, we get it, Oprah is behind Obama for President. It has been duly noted after being rammed down my throat nonstop for the last week, enough already! I'm saddened that our society even feels that this is such a big deal really. The only thing her little publicity stunt did for me was make her irritate me even more. (Then again, at least she's not doing all of this for Hillary, I guess!)

[sigh] This is going to be a long year.


Blogger Supermom said...

Oprah bugs the hell out of me. Her, her friend Gayle and all those Oprah groupies.

10:03 AM  
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12:56 PM  

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