Thursday, December 22, 2005

Real outrage over faux news

The depths to which the mainstream media will sink to wage its propaganda war against the President truly knows no bounds. The NSA's international wire-taps, used by the administration to track fast-moving enemy operatives, are only the latest example. Putting American civilians at risk? The Times doesn't care. Demoralizing the troops? Whatever - just so long as the Bush administration is discredited.

The manufacturers of faux news have their very own hall of shame: Al Qaqaa, the CIA's not-secret-anymore detention areas, the Texas Air National Guard memos, the slander-fest aimed at the Swiftboat veterans, and the Joe Wilson fabrication-o-rama are simply the most obvious, recent entries.

EIB thinks Congress should hold hearings regarding the NSA intercepts:

If they ever get hearings on this NSA business, can you imagine what that would be? I don't believe they ever really want hearings. I don't think that's what this is about. They would not be able to withstand any hearings. The facts would come out and bury them. They'd be buried by the facts. You call Bill Clinton up there. You call Jimmy Carter up there. You call their attorney generals. It's over. Call... [John] Schmidt [who] wrote the piece in the Chicago Tribune today. Call Richard Posner. It's over. I mean, it's amazing. Literally, folks, news is being censored in order to [facilitate] propaganda...

By the way, John Schmidt served under President Clinton from 1994 to 1997 as the associate attorney general. The headline in his op-ed piece reads, "President had legal authority to OK taps."

And that's a legal muckety-muck from the Clinton Administration.

And here are the executive orders executive orders from Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter saying precisely the same thing.

Bet you haven't seen that reported in your daily newspaper.

There's a propaganda war going on here, folks. And, we, the American people are losing that war. But there's a way we can fight back

If you're a Nielsen family, don't watch ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN or MSNBC. Watch Fox. Watch it all day and have the whole family watch.

If you're a subscriber to the Old York Times, the Washington Post, or the Boston Globe, cancel your subscription immediately and re-up with the Post or Sun, the Washington Times, or the Herald -- respectively.

This will accelerate the MSM's already catastrophic ratings and subscription slides... and hasten the demise of these Pravda-equivalents. We'll continue to put a beating on these outlets the way Ivan Drago bludgeoned Apollo Creed in "Rocky IV"... and Creed died as a result of that fight.

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