Sharron Angle, on Fox News over the weekend, told an incredulous Carl Cameron — and, by proxy, and incredulous The World — the recipe to her particular piquant recipe for media brilliance…
"We needed to have the press be our friend… We wanted them to ask the questions we want to answer so that they report the news the way we want it to be reported…"
When I get on a show, and I say, 'Send money to Sharron Angle.com,' so that your listeners will know that if they want to support me, they need to go to Sharron Angle.com."
And while we're on the subject, what's up with having to ask for money in the first place? Can't there just be a law that everybody has to go to Sharron Angle.com at least once a day and give money to Sharron Angle.com?
And how would we go about requiring the newspapers tell people that they have to go give money at Sharron Angle.com? There's got to be some easier way than this giving interviews business. I mean, it's really kind of a waste of time. Time that could be better spent counting money collected through Sharron Angle.com.
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