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Sunday, February 05, 2006
A Few Random Thoughts - XXXI
- Liberals like Cindy Sheehan say that President Bush "killed my son," but it was President Clinton who's refusal to send armor to Somalia that really "killed American kids."
- Despite the negative press that many Republicans are getting, the President's poll numbers are still trying to hover around 50 percent.
- Liberal race pushers will never say "Mission Accomplished." First, they would work themselves out of a job, and second, they would lose all their power and prestige.
- Congrats to the Steelers for winning Super Bowl XL.
Of all politicians, you interview socialist Cynthia McKinney and take her seriously.
In reporting on American soliders in the WOT, only criticism is applied.
The Texas Observer is taken as a major source of news. WIN loves unions, hates Wal-Mart and Christians.
WIN regards the NY Times as "supposedly liberal." Male Prostitutes use your program to advertise how much to do what act.
Shall I go on?
Anyone who thinks that Sheehan is a socialist is a nitwit at best.
Many hate Walmart because it is anti-capitalist. Many hate the nasty, vile filth that identifies as "Christians" because they are anti-Jesus.
Wall-Mart is anti-capitalist? That must be some damn good crack you are on. The only time Wall-Mart engages in anti-capitalism when the liberals force them to in order to get into a particular market or avoid endless hurt-feelings litigation. Do you know anyone who has worked at Wal-Mart for a long period of time? I do and they all have great things to say about it, but then again they are people who take responsibility for their own lives and are not looking to get anything that they have not earned themselves. Capitalism has given us the most abundant society the world has ever seen. We are prosperous not because the government intervenes in the economy, but in spite of its intervention. It is a true testament to American workers and entrepreneurs that they can still make this country so prosperous even with the chains of government regulations shackling them to liberal pandering.
Obviously you are too much of a bumpkin to realize that the meaning of words changes over time. The word liberal as it was used in the late eighteenth century in a political sense equates to how Libertarian is used today, it does not mean Liberal as it is used today--the meaning has changed. Take an English class moron.
Number one, concerning Cynthia McKinney--So what if she was interviewed? Fox News has interviewed Michael Moore. Does that make them leftist?
Number two, the only story regarding the military was written by Nick Low (a vet of Afghanistan) who had just returned. I'm sorry if his story was too critical for you, but I believe he has earned the right to report what he knows.
Number three, you are incorrect in assuming that the Texas Observer is taken as a major source of news. In fact, it used as an example of alternative media in comparision to the mainstream dailies. Kudos to the Observer though for breaking the Abramoff story. I've been reading about his illegal activities for about two years thanks to their fine investigative reporting work.
Number four, WiN does not love unions nor do they hate Wal-mart and Christians. WiN does recognize the importance to unions in this country's history and cares about the concerns of average, working Americans. WiN does not hate Wal-Mart, they just wish they would stop running sweatshops, using government money to subsidize their employee benefit plans, and discriminating. As to hating Christians, I have no idea where you are coming from.
Number five, regarding the NY Times. I think the way you see things is way off. Instead of being so concerned with left and right, perhaps you may want to look at things from a bottom to top perspective. If you don't understand--I'm talking about a class society in a country that purports to be classless. The NY Times, as does every mainstream news outlet, reports from an upperclass perspective. Rarely, do you have stories written in the perspective of the people in the trenches (middle and lower classes).
Finally, the male prostitute story was written because no other news outlets are talking about these people and a profile story seemed relevant (WiN also did a story on the euthanization of animals that shows an animal being put to sleep. Watch it. It's called "Hapless".)
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