posted on 05/28/2004 10:42:45 PM PDT
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posted on 05/28/2004 10:46:44 PM PDT
(Land of the Free - Thanks to the Brave)
This can't be the New York Times. The chief editor must be on vacation.
posted on 05/28/2004 10:50:03 PM PDT
I think the headline is misleading - it's an op-ed from the NY Times, not a house editorial as one might conclude from the headline.
posted on 05/28/2004 10:52:49 PM PDT
by Keith in Iowa
(Life's a beach, and liberals are the sand in your swimsuit that can't be washed away.)
Sounds like Nick's trying to 'out' himself while not shocking his friends. Doesn't want to be dis-invited, persona non-grata at the toni soirees, NY, DC .
Got Mugged? In denial? Oh, the pain!
posted on 05/28/2004 11:02:25 PM PDT
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Peace through direct diplomacy, and still they complain that President Bush should do more.
posted on 05/28/2004 11:02:32 PM PDT
(Media Bias means that Castro won't be punished for Cuban war crimes against Black Angolans in Africa)
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posted on 05/28/2004 11:07:30 PM PDT
by F14 Pilot
(John ''Fedayeen" sKerry - the Mullahs' regime candidate)
If the idiots Dem destroy our efforts in Iraq, I for one will toss this back in their faces every time they bring up some humanitarian problem in Africa. I will move towards the Buchanan isolationist view. The reason we are in Iraq is strategic. If we can't effect strategic change then doing tactical stuff in Africa (like Clinton's strange Somalia mission) is just another way to slowly bleed the USA. Let Europe fix Africa. They have proximity and history there, we have neither.
Ordinary Americans are tired of trying to help people and seeing us get kicked in the teeth for it.
Give the underdogs lots of guns & ammo and tell 'em: good luck. You want freedom and security, you want the Islamic satanists to stop raping your children, you got to fight for it.
a deliberate effort to eliminate three African tribes in Darfur so Arabs can take their land...
Did I just read this correctly? Are Arabs--quite possibly Arab Muslims--being criticized in the New York Times? What temperature is it in hell today?
posted on 05/28/2004 11:24:45 PM PDT
by Choose Ye This Day
(Dem Enthusiasm, 2004: "As long as John Kerry doesn't become a Michael Ducks, he's fine.")
And why are ordinary Americans silent?
Because until now "ordinary Americans" didn't know anything about it because most "reporters" were too busy trashing President Bush over PRISON ABUSE IN IRAQ (and other phony BS to help elect their choice poster boy, John Kerry, since they can't have Bill Clinton or John F. Kennedy).
posted on 05/28/2004 11:28:01 PM PDT
This is not a natural famine, but a deliberate effort to eliminate three African tribes in Darfur so Arabs can take their land.
This is something that black muslims in this country will not acknowledge. In the muslim hierarchy, arabs are at the top. Everyone else is a second-class muslim, whether they are black, white, Asian, etc. In Africa, those who are black and muslim are treated like dirt by the arabs. Something for those who are non-arabs to consider before they embrace this lunatic cult masquerading as a religion.
"Yet while Mr. Bush has done far too little, he has at least issued a written statement, sent aides to speak forcefully at the U.N. and raised the matter with Sudan's leaders. That's more than the Europeans or the U.N. has done. Where are Tony Blair and Jacques Chirac? Where are African leaders, like Nelson Mandela? Why isn't John Kerry speaking out forcefully? And why are ordinary Americans silent?"
Usually N Kristoff and the NYT hates Bush... however, Kristoff has his finger on what is happening about Africa...he even wrote an article a couple months back pointing out how Christianity in Africa has improve the rights of women and the dignity of ordinary people....
posted on 05/29/2004 6:55:29 AM PDT
(liberals only love politically correct poor people)
Anybody know if this (fifth) columnist spoke out or wrote of these atrocities back in March when he came back from witnessing them? I assume the Pope has spoken out and strongly condemned these atrocities as well. I'll hold my breath.
So, when no one else does anything President Bush gets slammed for doing too little!!?? Sheesh.
posted on 05/29/2004 7:04:19 AM PDT
by Thom Pain
(Quisling - from Vidkun Quisling (1887-1945), a synonym for "traitor")
Do they care about dead Muslims only when the killers are Israelis or Americans?
That's exactly right. And why doesn't President Bush speak up? Well maybe it's because the NYT and it's ilk has so besmearched his position in the world that it would end up doing more harm that good, that's why you idiot!
Just remember, Sudan is on the Human Rights Council at the UN.
posted on 05/29/2004 7:12:48 AM PDT
(If Kerry can't deal with the "Republican Attack Machine" how is he going to deal with Al Qaeda)
This could only be printed on a Saturday.
posted on 05/29/2004 1:47:44 PM PDT
( Kerry's not "one of us": catholicsagainstkerry.com. needs your help.)
Islamic leaders abroad have been particularly shameful in standing with the Sudanese government oppressors rather than with the Muslim victims in Darfur. Do they care about dead Muslims only when the killers are Israelis or Americans?
Talk about a question that needs not be asked. Since when did any so called Islamic leader ever criticize another for brutalizing a Muslim, let alone a Christian or Jew? The greatest inhumanity ever visited on a Muslim was by another Muslim, yet the Islamic world is silent.
To quote James Traficant, "Beam me up, Scotty!".
posted on 05/29/2004 2:07:06 PM PDT
(How did Ted Kennedy, who enlisted in the Army, achieve the rank of Admiral of the SS Oldsmobile???)
"Now we're letting it happen again."
I thought this article was in praise of Bush?!
posted on 05/29/2004 6:55:40 PM PDT
("FR, best viewed with a budgie on hand")
Islamic leaders abroad have been particularly shameful in standing with the Sudanese
government oppressors rather than with the Muslim victims in Darfur. Do they care
about dead Muslims only when the killers are Israelis or Americans?
posted on 05/29/2004 6:55:41 PM PDT
Why doesn't the F'in NYT just go to the Sudan and tell those people what to do? After all, the infallible NYT knows the answer to every problem and when to give token acknowledgment to the President as a plug to further push their Socialist agenda!
Where are African leaders, like Nelson Mandela? Why isn't John Kerry speaking out forcefully?
Well, the Africans are busy with their Swiss bank accounts, and no one has told Kerry what to say.
See? Wasn't that simple?
posted on 05/30/2004 4:20:47 AM PDT
by Jim Noble
(Now you go feed those hogs before they worry themselves into anemia!)
Thanks for the post -- I bet this won't be on the news this week.
posted on 05/30/2004 4:32:49 AM PDT
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