Skip to comments.Reported Bush Lied 'Study' Not Revealed as Funded By George Soros
Posted on 01/23/2008 10:13:24 AM PST by stickman20089
Well, the AP has done it again. They have given us leftist propaganda and painted it as news. This time they have published the results of a "study" that claims that "Bush lied" in the run up to the actions in Iraq and somehow the AP forgot to mention that the organization that released this study was funded by the extreme leftist George Soros who has spent billions funding the Democrat Party and many far left think tank and advocacy organizations. Yeah, THAT study is going to be legitimate!
This one may as well have been just a reprint of the press release of the Soros funded Center for Public Integrity, but the AP dressed it up as an actual story written by Douglass K. Daniel. Headlined "Study: False statements preceded war," the AP reveals how, "A study by two nonprofit journalism organizations found that President Bush and top administration officials issued hundreds of false statements about the national security threat from Iraq in the two years following the 2001 terrorist attacks."
(Excerpt) Read more at publiusforum.townhall.com ...
Why is it liberal organizations always give them selves false names? I mean you don't even have to get past their name to see the first lie they tell.
In my experience it is always the people who say "trust me i would never lie to you" who are the ones you have to suspect the most... the truly honest people usually never think they have to tell you that
Apparently, we have an awful lot of people in the U.S. who are incredibily stupid and have lost a big chunk of their memory.
there is a broad belief of similar ideas out there due to the relentless campaign of the left to discredit these two good men. For that the left is disgraceful...unfortunately, neither Bush nor Cheney have done themselves any favors the past couple years. They have been nearly invisible and have not defended themselves.
That’s just it when these idiots click on the Yahoo page and see that article they do think it’s true.
CLINTON: Good evening.
Earlier today, I ordered Americas armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq. They are joined by British forces. Their mission is to attack Iraqs nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors.
The hard fact is that so long as Saddam remains in power, he threatens the well-being of his people, the peace of his region, the security of the world.
The best way to end that threat once and for all is with a new Iraqi government a government ready to live in peace with its neighbors, a government that respects the rights of its people.
Oval Office Address to the American People
December 16, 1998
Sticking in the word “nonprofit” is supposed to make people think they are objective and honest. It looks like they took every statement of Bush’s they disagreed with and counted it as a lie. Even if some statements by the administration were mistaken, they weren’t “lies” unless the speaker knew they were inaccurate at the time.
Clinton: Iraq has abused its final chance
American president defends timing and need for strikes
WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, December 16) — President Bill Clinton Wednesday defended his decision to order airstrikes against Iraq, saying Saddam Hussein had failed his “one last chance” to cooperate with United Nations resolutions. “So we’ve had to act and act now.”
And thus inviting ‘Saddam’s Revenge’ on 9-11.
That was the first thing I picked up on. They may be nonprofit but they certianly are not nonpartisan which is what the authors want the reader to assume.
Yup, I'd say about 40%. They're called Democrats...
I get it, very funny!
Soros is a big Obama contributor.
Soros is the anti christ.
AP,UPI, Reuters, CBS, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, etc....MSM??
Nothing to see/hear folks, move along.
Children at work.
No, he means that AP and the other propaganda outlets from the Ministry of Truth and Doublespeak chose NOT to disclose that important little fact in their report.
Try living in Maine.
Absurd stories and theories about evil conservatives are passed around like cocktail peanuts and just as unhesitatingly consumed.
It got traction only among the MSM (which doesn't know better) and the other usual suspects.
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