Skip to comments.Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: 'There Is No Liberal Media'(video barf!)
Posted on 05/26/2008 7:56:33 PM PDT by paltz
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. uses odd liberal logic to explain how the media consistently favors conservatives.
Right. And the sun rises in the west and sets in the east...
Sonny, go back to helping your hero, Chavez.
Is this the famous drug user Kennedy?
I am quite certain all the Kennedy’s have malignancies in their brains...
Maybe when you’re that far left, everything else looks right?
What drugs was he on?
This is the one who takes after his great aunt.
Both have neen lobotomized.
Their understanding of ‘liberal’ is different from ours. For them, most if not all MSM are part of big business, which by definition is against working class people.
Never in my life - and I am an old great granny - have I seen such an identifiable divide between the sane and the insane. Liberals minds are hardwired backwards and upside down.
I keep hearing the echo of the Biblical phrase about the time that will come when the wheat is separated from the chaff.
The left is now so steeped in hatred that there is no room for any rational thought to seep through. They are truly a blight on the human stage
Rep. Patrick "Patches" Kennedy, (D), RI, was the most recent one that comes to mind. Tried to run over a Capitol cop, claiming "Ambien made him do it."
Of course, a few months earlier, in RI, he was in a traffic accident, pulling in front of an oncoming vehicle, in his haste to get a prescription refilled.
Yet, the voters keep rewarding such behavior, sending him back to DC.
He needs to back off the crack.
Kennedy = joke
We never thought it was comic.These people are the enemy within and have been for sometime.
The New York Times
THE PUBLIC EDITOR; Is The New York Times a Liberal Newspaper?
By DANIEL OKRENT
Published: July 25, 2004
OF course it is.
The fattest file on my hard drive is jammed with letters from the disappointed, the dismayed and the irate who find in this newspaper a liberal bias that infects not just political coverage but a range of issues from abortion to zoology to the appointment of an admitted Democrat to be its watchdog. (That would be me.) By contrast, readers who attack The Times from the left — and there are plenty — generally confine their complaints to the paper’s coverage of electoral politics and foreign policy.
I’ll get to the politics-and-policy issues this fall (I want to watch the campaign coverage before I conclude anything), but for now my concern is the flammable stuff that ignites the right. These are the social issues: gay rights, gun control, abortion and environmental regulation, among others. And if you think The Times plays it down the middle on any of them, you’ve been reading the paper with your eyes closed.
The public editor serves as the readers’ representative. His opinions and conclusions are his own.
Is it just me or does his voice remind anyone else of fingernails on a chalkboard. I just can’t stand to listen to his whinny voice.
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