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The Difference Two Years Made (NYT rationalizes endorsing NO Republican candidates)
New York Times ^
| November 6, 2006
Posted on 11/05/2006 7:06:50 PM PST by lonestar67
This election is indeed about George W. Bush and the Congressional majoritys insistence on protecting him from the consequences of his mistakes and misdeeds. Mr. Bush lost the popular vote in 2000 and proceeded to govern as if he had an enormous mandate. After he actually beat his opponent in 2004, he announced he now had real political capital and intended to spend it. We have seen the results. It is frightening to contemplate the new excesses he could concoct if he woke up next Wednesday and found that his party had maintained its hold on the House and Senate.
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TOPICS: Editorial; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: 2006elections; mediabias; nyt
I am so going to enjoy witnessing the meltdown of media like the NYT this week.
I hope they are perfectly terrified when they wake up on Wednesday morning to a Republican Senate and House. They richly deserve it.
This election is indeed about George W. Bush
My BS alarm went off right there.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:08:36 PM PST
That rag is not even good enough to line my cat's litter box with.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:10:45 PM PST
(It looks like one of those days when one nuke is just not enough-- Lt. Col. Mitchell, SG-1)
Once again there is absolutely no difference between the NYT and the Democratic Party. Absolutely none.
When conglomerates cannot even sell the Tribune Company in one piece, the writing is on the wall.
Who here is actually surprised that the treasonous NYT's endorses only Democrats this year?
posted on 11/05/2006 7:12:54 PM PST
(Arma in armatos)
posted on 11/05/2006 7:13:22 PM PST
I'm glad they're not endorsing any Republicans because any Republican endorsed by the Times must be a RINO or a super-safe incumbent that the Times endorsed just to look bipartisan.
What does it take to frighten the editorial writers at the NYT? Answer: Very little. These folks are sissies.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:16:44 PM PST
(Vote GOP on Tuesday or suffer the consequences of knowing you helped the Dems win.)
It is frightening to contemplate the new excesses he could concoct if he woke up next Wednesday and found that his party had maintained its hold on the House and Senate.
Wish list for new excesses for Bush to concoct:
No. 1: Pinch being frogmarched out of his office in handcuffs.
More leftist spewings from second-rate fish wrap. I will rejoice on the day this dirty rag goes belly-up. Perhaps George Soros will buy the Slimes and carry on the "noble tradition" of the "grey lady" and supporting the DNC and CP-USA.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:18:16 PM PST
(Please vote on November 7th!!)
Wow...The New York Times opines that Bush "actually beat his opponent in 2004" despite the bitterly controversial results. I'm sure that acknowledgment represents a simple oversight, but it's still some progress.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:19:45 PM PST
(The New York Times: an enemy espionage agency with a newsletter of enemy propaganda)
No bias in this editorial. Bwahahahahaha.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:30:01 PM PST
(The fourth estate is a fifth column.)
My disgust for this fishwrap has grown exponentially over the last 25 years. I gave birth to outright hatred a couple of years ago. Emotionally, I'm out of headroom.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:37:28 PM PST
After the national security leaks that the Times has been directly responsible for in the last year or so, I'd thank them for endorsing the other guy and take their opposition as a badge of honor.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:39:13 PM PST
(If you want a more conservative America, the solution is never going to be electing more Democrats.)
"That rag is not even good enough to line my cat's litter box with."
Don't even think about it. Your cat would be offended.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:41:06 PM PST
(thinking out loud)
I would give everyone elses left nut to see that rag go under.
posted on 11/05/2006 7:46:29 PM PST
(Somebody important make....THE CALL!)
THERE is the difference. They need the DNC account to survive as a New York marketing firm.
posted on 11/05/2006 8:48:15 PM PST
(please let me know if I missed anything)
"I would give everyone elses left nut to see that rag go under."
LOL! Good thing you are giving everyone else's nuts up rather than your own, in particular as they are the "left" ones. Good thing to get rid of, leftist nuts.
posted on 11/05/2006 8:53:22 PM PST
(thinking out loud)
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