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To: elenchus
I also noticed that there was no obituary of Barbara Olson in the New York Times Magazine yearly obituary round-up, "The Lives they Lived."

But I guess the Times would explain it by the fact that Barbara's life didn't have as much impact on the world as some of the people they *did* profile:

Troy Donahue
Pricilla Davis
Joey Ramone
and Abe Beame.

Of course, we all know that the real reason such an exalted person (as well as a heroine) was left out is because she had the nerve to write something less than flattering about the boy president and his lovely and charming wife.

31 posted on 12/31/2001 1:47:21 PM PST by 07055
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To: 07055
You've "got the NY Times' number" -- and it's not 07055 I'm talking about.

That said, though, there is still a categorical difference between the NY Times, which is far left of left and is simply dedicated to nothing but the destruction of this country and any standards remaining, but nonetheless is a private newspaper printed on private paper, one among hundreds in this country, and one only a fool would take seriously--and the three networks which broadcast on our airwaves and have an expressed responsibility to report the news objectively.

We should recall that the exposure of our heroes to the public, the list of those included and those they decide to exclude, is not the list for the network's Xmas party. They invite their friends and exclude their enemies from the party. This is the heart of what our nation is about, what gives us spiritual life's blood. They are sucking that blood, sucking us white.

S. Elenchus

35 posted on 12/31/2001 2:01:14 PM PST by elenchus
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