Friday, April 22, 2005

The Daily Worker: Kos

Click here for AmazonThe Daily Kos site (no link, intentionally) is the premier home of the anti-American, left bank moonbats. In a delicious irony, Kos is not only the leading paid blogging panderer for the Democratic party but also has a stunning "oh-fer" record. Every single candidate he raised funds for lost their elections... some in absolute landslides. Candidates would probably be better off paying Kos for his non-support... or perhaps his endorsement of an opponent.

And if you think I'm being a tad harsh with the "anti-American" sentiment, rest assured I'm not. Nearly every instance of death in Iraq is highlighted on his site and, in some cases, glorified while news of any victories for the Iraqi people is not-so-mysteriously suppressed. Oh, and Kos pays lip-service to our troops... while villifying them indirectly.

Charles Johnson at LGF has been playing close attention to Kos' behavior. His history of censorship and information suppression... changing links and content... are the classic tools of socialists, communists and/or leftists the world over. Kos is no different, one must assume from his behavior.

Markos Moulitsas Zuniga of Daily Kos has done his best to make it hard to find the comment he posted on April 1, 2004, about the Americans who were torn apart and hung from a bridge in Fallujah. He erased it from the Google cache and the Internet Archive, and redirects the “permalink” on the page to an unrelated page at his site, but I managed to find a URL that still works—until the Daily Koward notices our referrals: Daily Kos: Corpses on the Cover.

Every death should be on the front page (2.70 / 40)

Let the people see what war is like. This isn’t an Xbox game. There are real repercussions to Bush’s folly.

That said, I feel nothing over the death of merceneries [sic]. They aren’t in Iraq because of orders, or because they are there trying to help the people make Iraq a better place. They are there to wage war for profit. Screw them.

by kos on Thu Apr 1st, 2004 at 12:08:56 PDT

UPDATE at 4/21/05 10:06:04 pm:

To see Kos’s back-room machinations at work, click the date next to his name at the bottom of the post, which is supposed to be the permalink to his comment, and see where you end up.

Daily Kos' Elusive "Screw Them" Comment

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