Skip to comments.CNN Suffers Post-War Trauma
Posted on 05/26/2003 12:22:31 PM PDT by Paul Atreides
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When Eason Jordan admitted CNN's, er, "arrangement" with Saddam Hussein, it was tantamount to confirming that they have a similar deal with Fidel Castro.
Be assured that anything coming out of CNN's Havana bureau is nothing more than Castro-approved propaganda.
Why, oh why, don't they see what all this "lying for dictators" is doing to their credibility. It's so damn obvious, yet they live in denial. Like all good little liberals...
Judy has been suffering acute constipation since January 25, 2000.
I don't recall seeing her during the war...where was she?
I just talked to a Catholic military priest who returned from Iraq last week.
He said: "If the troops could ever get to a satellite that fed a TV, everyone watched FOX--no one watches CNN."
Well, let me add my 2 cents worth then !
Here is a link to the SF-IMC site where these FAR LEFT LIBERALS posted an actual pic (below) of one of their Support Saddam/Terrorists events recently and changed the image when I posted/linked it to an FR thread. The pic at the top of that link of 2 Allied Soldiers transporting a prisoner to Gitmo was what they changed it to . . .
These folks at San Francisco Indy-Media are terrorist supporters . . .
Oh, the lurkers on FR from SF-IMC CANNOT change that picture (above) now since it is hosted by FR friendly sources !
As I understand it, the British Labour Party is divided between those in favour of war with Iraq and those opposed to it. In the US Democratic Party, it's more complicated:.
Faction A is anti-war but trying hard not to have to say so between now and election day in November.
Faction B was pro-war when it was Bill Clinton in charge but anti-war now there's a Republican rallying the troops.
Faction C can go either way but huffily insists that to ask them to express an opinion would be to "politicise" the war.
Faction D can't quite figure which position alienates least of their supporters and so articulates a whole all-you-can-eat salad bar of conflicting positions and then, in a weird postmodern touch, ostentatiously agonises over the "inherent risks" in each of them.
Faction E thinks the priority right now should be to sit around holding inquiries into why the administration failed to act on what it knew about al-Qa'eda before they killed thousands of Americans. To act on what we know about Saddam before he kills thousands of Americans would be an unnecessary distraction from the important work of investigating why we didn't act last time round.
Taken as a whole, the 50 Democratic senators' current positions on Iraq forms the all-time record multiple-contortionist pretzel display. But a week ago they showed signs of finally remembering the First Rule of Holes: when you're in one, stop digging. Instead of talking about why they don't want to talk about Iraq, they correctly figured that the easiest thing would be to give Bush some qualified, perfunctory support and hastily change the subject to something more favourable, such as the allegedly collapsing economy.
But then Al Gore rose from the dead......
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Five weeks till election day and the Democratic Party's doing a dandy impression of one of those incompetent suicide bombers who accidentally self-detonates before he gets on the bus.
. . .before posting THESE!:
And I, uh, 'borrowed' your little box there for possible future posting purposes, if ya don't mind.
Here is a link to the SF-IMC site where these FAR LEFT LIBERALS posted an actual pic (below) of one of their Support Saddam/Terrorists events recently and changed the image when I posted/linked it to an FR thread. The pic at the top of that link of 2 Allied Soldiers transporting a prisoner to Gitmo was what they changed it to . . ."
Hehe... they still have the "shoot the officer" tag on their new leading pic.
If it were not for Jim R. and a few select FReepers choosing to remain in the land of nuts, flakes, and fruits, it would be SOOOOO NICE to allow Mexico to annex Kalifornica.
hehe ! They STILL haven't changed it, huh ? Amazing. It's been months now.
. . . it would be SOOOOO NICE to allow Mexico to annex Kalifornica.
LOL ! Good thing the good guys keep fightin' the fight, huh !?
That's strange....I've seen that film many times on cable and I do not recall that scene...nor does DH...
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Here is a link. Go to post #116 first (link should take you right to that post), and look under "Pictures". That will give a walk-thru for picture posting. That article gives a lot of very useful and helpful tips on HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), which you need to post on FR. There are other related links and information there as well.
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Why are people already forgetting that THEY LIED FOR SADDAM HUSSEIN? They admitted this.
It is unethical, but that is not the outrage in my mind. The outrage is that they lied to protect a brutal dictator (much as they're still doing with Castro), not because they wanted access, but because IT FITS THEIR AGENDA!!! CNN trying to protect Saddam Hussein should be the story of the year, we can't let this one go.
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