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CDR: Pundasitic Infection

A pundasite is an organism that lives on or inside another organism (the host) and harms the host.  Pundasitic infections are most common in media and political wetlands (aka swamps), especially in and around the Potomac River basin. Many pundasitic infections are spread through bovine fecal contamination of television, radio, print and the blogosphere. Pundasitic infections particularly afflict those with a weakened will, compromised value systems and an erratic moral compass, causing nausea, vomiting, headaches, blurred vision, dementia, apathy, coma and death.

Parasites that infect politics can be divided into two types to include rinozoa, which consist of only one cell, yet often have two faces, and libminths, similar to hookworms and tapeworms, which thrive particularly well and multiply prolifically within the warm, dark bowels of government. Various stages of rinozoa and libminths that infect the politico-media tract are typically shed in the stool.

See also Chris Matthews, Karl Rove, Keith Olberman, Bill O’Reilly, Lou Dobbs, Rachel Maddow, Pat Buchanan, James Carvelle, Dick Morris, Peggy Noonan, Bob Beckel, Juan Williams, Bill Kristol, George Will, ad naseum

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