I was digging in some old (15th-century) British archives, and I found this. I think it was written by a noble of Saxon descent, about the Norman rabble:
It be known that whyle mofte peoples of Saxon bloode partake of news of ye worlde from the Duke's official Towne Cryere - whose cryes be vetted by the Duke, the Bifhoppe and a counsel of Knigghets - mofte of ye Norman peoples getteth the news of the daye from ye broadsheets spatte forthe from the Guttenberge Prefse, knowne to the Saxones as "they who sitteth in the bafement in their bedclothes" writting commentary critical of thofe of noble birth".
But now comes to us worde that people who getteth their newes from the Prefse of Guttenburge are miftaken about great swathes of their information, as compared to thofe who gette their newes from the Cryer.
Afked were a thousand of the peasants four queftions:
1. "Be the worlde flatte?
2. Be there dragons beyond the Northe Sea?
3. Do the Jewes and the Saracens consume the fleshe of infants?
4. Can Golde be made from Lead?
Intereftingly, thofe who obtaineth their newes from the Guttenburge presse were miftaken; 80% of Guttenburghe Prefse readers believeth the earthe be rounde (!), that beyond the Northe Seae be there more sea, that Jewes and Saracens treated infantes with the same tendernesse as did the peoples of Christendom that Leade can not be turned by a trained Alchemiste to Golde!Further proof, were any needed, of the efpecial intelligence of the Saxon people and their cryer newes service! 
Wow. Those Normans were sure stupid!
Unfortunately, this great intro is wasted on a post that goes on to explain that 83% of Fox viewers are too dumb to understand survey questions.
I sorry, I meant "nuanced".
UPDATE: Funny after three weeks of blogsitting each other, Sponge and the Liberals finally have seperate sites and we pick the same damn thing to write about.