The beatings will continue until morale improves.


In an act that virtually defines political corruption and extortion, the Los Angeles City Council takes a bold step forward to ensure that the Marxist Progressive Democrats retain their control of the Los Angeles Times Propaganda Organ.

L.A. councilmen want city to weigh in on possible Times sale

Three Los Angeles City Council members — including a candidate for mayor — asked their colleagues Tuesday to consider pulling city pension money from the investment firms that own the Los Angeles Times if they sell the publication to buyers who do not support “professional and objective journalism.”

Since emerging from bankruptcy last year, Tribune Co. — which owns eight newspapers including The Times and 23 television stations — has been guided by a board of directors that include its largest creditors. It has been widely reported that the directors are interested in selling the newspapers, preferably all together.

Councilman Bill Rosendahl, who called for the council to act, said he was motivated by recent news reports that billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch are among those interested in buying the newspapers. The Kochs in recent national elections have provided major financial support to libertarian candidates and causes.

Everyone in America with two functional brain cells that hasn’t spent the last 40 years living in a cave knows that the Marxist Progressive Liberal Democrats own and operate Kalifornia, they stole it fair and square and have absolutely no intentions of allowing those evil laissez faire Constitution believing capitalist Koch Brothers of throwing a bucket of mop water on their operations.

Remember kiddies, extortion is only a crime when those committing it are not Marxist Progressive Democrat politicians.

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One thought on “The beatings will continue until morale improves.

  1. If I’m one of the Koch Brothers, or anyone aligned with them, this is music to my ears. If I was leaning towards not buying the Times, this announcement would move me towards it. Basically what would happen, the stock price might drop due to an emotional sell off, and I could purchase an even greater amount of shares on the cheap. For every bad investment decision that loses someone money unnecessarily, someone else gets to take advantage of it. This is precisely how Warren Buffett made his fortune. Couple that with the fact that the Koch Brothers actually know how to run a successful business, and the LA Times may suddenly become the single best buy of the year.

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