posted on 10/05/2006 7:46:33 AM PDT
You mean Newsweak's condescension continues. Surely, we need to know the whole story, not just the accepted template the Left has convinced so many Americans of. The Left is always cynical of America's motives, especially Republicans, but credulous and complacent about our enemies.
posted on 10/05/2006 7:50:30 AM PDT
(Civilization and democracy are under attack around the world, so Liberals attack Bush.)
posted on 10/05/2006 7:51:51 AM PDT
(How many Democrats will YOU elect by staying home on Election Day????)
"Newsweek? Not in this house."
- Hank Hill
posted on 10/05/2006 7:57:38 AM PDT
(Evil is an exact science)
Noooooooo, has nothing to do with the election. No way. nu-uh. Couldn't possibly be. A distinguished, centrist, unbiased and unabashed news organization doesn't do that. They just report what's making news today-this week. The news week. It'd be foolish to think that they'd try to influence an election based on false, weak, or agenda driven reports (see also Koran burning, missing RDX in Iraq, and ROVE ROVE ROVE).
Ended my subscription long ago.
I get The Weekly Standard now.
If I want to read Newsweek, I'll wait until their apology books come out (like the new one apologizing for making stuff up about Rove).
posted on 10/05/2006 8:41:14 AM PDT
(Now, more than ever, with our soldiers in harm's way, we must stand together and succeed in Iraq-JKF)
Since Isikoff just published a book arguing there were no WMDs, he has a vested interest in cutting off the hunt, which probably influences his language.
posted on 10/05/2006 12:33:41 PM PDT
posted on 10/17/2006 4:15:56 AM PDT
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