You know, it is so hard to find current events online. I mean, I used to spend hours neglecting my children looking for even the tiniest shred of Mormons news. I mean its not like there are any big blogs with slanted current events posted in their sidebars. Yeah, and like the LDS Church would even link current events, shhhheeeyeahh!

Thankfully, the Messenger & Advocate's group blog group of one Guy Murray (sorry, Guy, you being on two blogs does not make you a group) keeps me informed of everything Mitt Romney does, and the LDS Patriot posts on anything even that even hints of Mormonism (and occasionally does post on Mitt, but with nowhere near the zeal of Guy). Phew! That takes a load of my mind! Now I don't have to neglect the kids anymore! Little Johnny and Sally say, "Yay!"

The question now is, is there room enough for two current events bloggers in the Nacle? Sure, sure, Guy dominates the Mormon Archipeligo's current events with his backcountry California lawyerly ingratiating style, and the LDS Patriot dominates LDSelect box three, frequently crowding out all others. But, that is not the point! The Point is there can only be ONE! That is the whole point of the American capitalist spirit, crush the competition and be the dominant force in whatever you do.

So, who will it be? Will Guy Murray's obsession with everything Mitt reign supreme, or will the LDS Patriot's persistent torrent of the tangential flood the Naccle, washing away all others?



Anonymous said... @ August 13, 2006 at 5:01 PM

I was wondering when the incessant Mitt Romney posts were going to register on your radar. lol. Soon enough, Mitt Romney posts will be equal to gay marriage or polygamy in the "beat the dead horse" category.

LDS Patriot said... @ August 13, 2006 at 11:42 PM

Hmm, why all the fuss over my blog?

Christian Y. Cardall said... @ August 14, 2006 at 8:11 AM

LDS Patriot, my beef with you is that I am unlucky enough to sit in Box 3 with you in the default setting at LDSelect, such that your blizzard of content-free posts can crowd out everyone else in a matter of minutes. How about collecting all your links into one (or even two or three) posts per day? It's kinda rude.

Of course, anyone with half a brain would have already moved me to Box 1, so my complaint is probably moot... ;->

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