I know I’m having a tin foil moment but here goes.
The NYT is being encouraged by Rats to write some articles criticle of Dems and the POTUS so it won’t look so scandalous when congress endows them with bailout cash.
This NYT story reminds me of the occasional token "pro-Christian" cases supported by the communist-founded ACLU.
These random, yet deliberate, guises by the ACLU and NYT do not fool me in the slightest.
I know the true intentions of evil organizations.
That doesn’t sound like a tinfoil hat thing to me.
It’s a planned deception tactic to keep Americans focused on AIG scandals while they are busy raping the nation behind the scenes.
What is the opposite of “too big to let fail?”
Answer: “too small to allow to succeed.”
Nothing paranoid about that. I’ve expecting such a bailout for a while now. And these bozos are trying misdirection like crazy, so why tinfoil?
HEY4QDEMS- great screen name.
Tend to agree with your tin foil outlook about bailing out the NY Times.
Presently, better (less slanted) reporting seems to come from London or Moscow.
Not really. The NYT is trying to tell the President he’s screwing up big time. They occasionally did the same with Clinton. This is basically how the press talks to any President but especially one of their own who they think is making a serious mistake.
“I know Im having a tin foil moment but here goes.
The NYT is being encouraged by Rats to write some articles criticle of Dems and the POTUS so it wont look so scandalous when congress endows them with bailout cash.”
I’ll share the tinfoil with you.....because I tend to believe the same.
I feel a sea-change of opinion in the offing.
Barack Obama will be the first president impeached for incompetence.
Nah, this is a chance for the Times to redeem themselves to the American public. To be more ‘credible’ and ‘unbiased.’
As the nations anger rose last week, the president took responsibility for whats happening on his watch more than he needed to, given the disaster he inherited. But in the credit mess, action must match words. To fall short would be to deliver us into the catastrophic hands of a Republican opposition whose only known economic program is to reject job-creating stimulus spending and root for Obama and, by extension, the country to fail. With all due deference to Ponzi schemers from Madoff to A.I.G., this would be the biggest outrage of them all.
The last paragraph of the opinion clearly shows where there bias lies...
Nice "follow the money" insight...