Skip to comments.Senator Kerry, Media Darling
Posted on 11/02/2006 9:26:48 AM PST by siddude
Candidates are not the only major factors in this years elections. The media have taken a big role and a biased role. The latest in a long list of examples is the way they have immediately circled the wagons around John Kerry to protect him and the Democrats from the reaction to an ill-advised remark that the senator made at a college in California.
What was the remark? You know, education, if you make the most of it, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. And if you dont, you get stuck in Iraq.
(Excerpt) Read more at article.nationalreview.com ...
Fortunately, the MSM no longer rules the roost. The alternative media (such as here) and talk radio have gotten the word out.
This is why the Dems. are desperate for the so-called fairness doctrine -- to muzzle talk radio and to muzzle us.
Can you say "facism," boys and girls?
Were John Kerrys recent remarks about the military disrespectful?
87% Yes. He loves to thumb his nose at our troops.
6% Dont know. I dont listen to anything he says!
5% Maybe he should have made his point more eloquently.
2% No. The truth is our people are stuck in Iraq.
The big smiles on the troops' faces in the HALP US JON CARY photo says a lot - having great fun in their "smart bomb" response.
Re: pitifully biased media coverage -- see the amazing MSNBC report discussed over at http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1730748/posts
Oh, to be quuoted.
"If you marry money and trash your country, you can do well." - John Cash&Kerry
John Kerry: "If you can graduate with a 'Gentleman's C' average, marry a rich heiress and then a rich widow, and not say anything too revoltingly nasty about our dumbass troops, you can do well. Ooops, I've stepped in it again!"
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