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Bob Novak Leaves CNN With a Bang

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

This video from Media Matters covers alot of the action. Worth seeing. I’m sure this will be a topic through out the day. By the way, Novak was suspended by CNN soon after the incident. He’s been playing the role of lone conservative on CNN for awhile. I wonder if this, plus the whole Valerie Plame thing, plus having Crossfire and Capitol Gang cancelled finally got to him.

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Can the New York Times Go Any Lower?

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

I honestly did not think the MSM could go much lower. After Rathergate, and their ongoing opposition to the war, I thought they were done. But now this:

XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX THU AUG 04, 2005 11:35:09 ET XXXXX

NY TIMES INVESTIGATES ADOPTION RECORDS OF SUPREME COURT NOMINEE’S CHILDREN

**Exclusive**

The NEW YORK TIMES is looking into the adoption records of the children of Supreme Court Nominee John G. Roberts, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

The TIMES has investigative reporter Glen Justice hot on the case to investigate the status of adoption records of Judge Roberts’ two young children, Josie age 5 and Jack age 4, a top source reveals.

Judge Roberts and his wife Jane adopted the children when they each were infants.

Both children were adopted from Latin America.

A TIMES insider claims the look into the adoption papers are part of the paper’s “standard background check.”

A standard background check?!?!? On his adopted children? This is repulsive. Leave that man’s children alone, for God’s sake!

Previously the WASHINGTON POST Style section had published a story criticizing the outfits Mrs. Roberts had them wear at the announcement ceremony.

One top Washington official with knowledge of the NEW YORK TIMES action declared: “Trying to pry into the lives of the Roberts’ family like this is despicable. Children’s lives should be off limits. The TIMES is putting politics over fundamental decency.”

One top Republican official when told of the situation was incredulous. “This can’t possibly be true?”

Oh yes. It’s true. And why should we be shocked that the New York Times would put politics over decency? What’s shocking is that they, and the rest of the MSM, continue to propagate the lie that they are objective journalists. They are neither objective nor journalists. They are masters of propaganda, fearful that the one hold the left continues to have on the reins of government may be slipping away. Their fears can’t come true quickly enough.

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Voter Fraud, Voter Intimidation Confirmed Across the Country

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

Warning: Gun-Toting Liberal like rant coming:

The American Center for Voting Rights released a major, all encompassing report on voter fraud and intimidation in the 2004 election yesterday. It confirms significant voter fraud and voter intimidation, planned and orchestrated from the headquarters of a national party across the country. Ohio, Washington state and Wisconsin were prime areas for ongoing intimidation, including vandalism, and threats to potential voters. All three of these states were closely contested, and the evidence suggests all three would have had very different numbers had the voter intimidation and fraud been stopped.

I’ve been waiting for the headlines from the Media, for Chris Matthews to scream about the report on Hardball, for Wolf Blitzer to lead his show on the report. AP, UPI, Reuters to put this report all over the net. I’ve been waiting, and waiting.

And yet, everyone is silent. Dead, stone cold silent.

Terry McAuliffe, Howard Dean and company aren’t talking.

Chris Matthews? Too busy trying to turn the nation against the Iraq war.

The political reporters? Too busy talking about how close THE LOSER came in the Ohio special election.

SOMEBODY TELL ME WHERE THE MEDIA IS ON THIS STORY!!!!!!!

Read through the report before commenting. Then comment away. Tell me where the voter intimidation was. Show me who was committing the voter fraud. , what charges have proven true, and which ones are shown to be orchestrated lies. , Where’s someone from the Left to rant about Democrats, now that this report shows the planned deception and the hypocrisy? I want BIG, CAPITAL LETTERS from you.

This report is bi-partisan in every sense of the word. They aren’t biased. Don’t try to impugn their motivations, or somehow pawn this off as some conservative think tank. They are not.

Can you honestly tell me that if this report said the same things about Republicans that you would STILL NOT HAVE HEARD ABOUT IT!!!!! I don’t think so. It would be the only story on every network, the only thing being talked about across the blogosphere.

I can’t remember being this mad in a long time. I’m sick of hearing the whining about voter disenfranchisement. Voters were disenfranchised all right. Conservative voters across the country. And the crime was perpetrated by the Democratic National Comittee.

So, comment away. But you’d better have read the report first.

Posted in War and Terror | Leave a Comment »

Bob Novak Leaves CNN With a Bang

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

This video from Media Matters covers alot of the action. Worth seeing. I’m sure this will be a topic through out the day. By the way, Novak was suspended by CNN soon after the incident. He’s been playing the role of lone conservative on CNN for awhile. I wonder if this, plus the whole Valerie Plame thing, plus having Crossfire and Capitol Gang cancelled finally got to him.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

Can the New York Times Go Any Lower?

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

I honestly did not think the MSM could go much lower. After Rathergate, and their ongoing opposition to the war, I thought they were done. But now this:

XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX THU AUG 04, 2005 11:35:09 ET XXXXX

NY TIMES INVESTIGATES ADOPTION RECORDS OF SUPREME COURT NOMINEE’S CHILDREN

**Exclusive**

The NEW YORK TIMES is looking into the adoption records of the children of Supreme Court Nominee John G. Roberts, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

The TIMES has investigative reporter Glen Justice hot on the case to investigate the status of adoption records of Judge Roberts� two young children, Josie age 5 and Jack age 4, a top source reveals.

Judge Roberts and his wife Jane adopted the children when they each were infants.

Both children were adopted from Latin America.

A TIMES insider claims the look into the adoption papers are part of the paper’s “standard background check.”

A standard background check?!?!? On his adopted children? This is repulsive. Leave that man’s children alone, for God’s sake!

Previously the WASHINGTON POST Style section had published a story criticizing the outfits Mrs. Roberts had them wear at the announcement ceremony.

One top Washington official with knowledge of the NEW YORK TIMES action declared: �Trying to pry into the lives of the Roberts� family like this is despicable. Children�s lives should be off limits. The TIMES is putting politics over fundamental decency.�

One top Republican official when told of the situation was incredulous. �This can�t possibly be true?�

Oh yes. It’s true. And why should we be shocked that the New York Times would put politics over decency? What’s shocking is that they, and the rest of the MSM, continue to propagate the lie that they are objective journalists. They are neither objective nor journalists. They are masters of propaganda, fearful that the one hold the left continues to have on the reins of government may be slipping away. Their fears can’t come true quickly enough.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

Voter Fraud, Voter Intimidation Confirmed Across the Country

Posted by Mark on August 5, 2005

Warning: Gun-Toting Liberal like rant coming:

The American Center for Voting Rights released a major, all encompassing report on voter fraud and intimidation in the 2004 election yesterday. It confirms significant voter fraud and voter intimidation, planned and orchestrated from the headquarters of a national party across the country. Ohio, Washington state and Wisconsin were prime areas for ongoing intimidation, including vandalism, and threats to potential voters. All three of these states were closely contested, and the evidence suggests all three would have had very different numbers had the voter intimidation and fraud been stopped.

I’ve been waiting for the headlines from the Media, for Chris Matthews to scream about the report on Hardball, for Wolf Blitzer to lead his show on the report. AP, UPI, Reuters to put this report all over the net. I’ve been waiting, and waiting.

And yet, everyone is silent. Dead, stone cold silent.

Terry McAuliffe, Howard Dean and company aren’t talking.

Chris Matthews? Too busy trying to turn the nation against the Iraq war.

The political reporters? Too busy talking about how close THE LOSER came in the Ohio special election.

SOMEBODY TELL ME WHERE THE MEDIA IS ON THIS STORY!!!!!!!

Read through the report before commenting. Then comment away. Tell me where the voter intimidation was. Show me who was committing the voter fraud. , what charges have proven true, and which ones are shown to be orchestrated lies. , Where’s someone from the Left to rant about Democrats, now that this report shows the planned deception and the hypocrisy? I want BIG, CAPITAL LETTERS from you.

This report is bi-partisan in every sense of the word. They aren’t biased. Don’t try to impugn their motivations, or somehow pawn this off as some conservative think tank. They are not.

Can you honestly tell me that if this report said the same things about Republicans that you would STILL NOT HAVE HEARD ABOUT IT!!!!! I don’t think so. It would be the only story on every network, the only thing being talked about across the blogosphere.

I can’t remember being this mad in a long time. I’m sick of hearing the whining about voter disenfranchisement. Voters were disenfranchised all right. Conservative voters across the country. And the crime was perpetrated by the Democratic National Comittee.

So, comment away. But you’d better have read the report first.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »