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Saturday, February 03, 2007

The State of the Media Today

Find 30 minutes over the next few days to watch this.


At 2/03/2007 2:02 PM, Anonymous jack boo said...

From National Review:

"If on the day after the 2006 election someone had told you that a few months into 2007 we would be increasing troop levels in Iraq and committing to a somewhat more aggressive strategy with a somewhat more aggressive commander, and would be set to enact a 2007 budget that largely stuck to 06 spending levels with a few adjustments and no earmarks, wouldn’t you have thought he was crazy?"

And by the way...EVERY ONE of the Democrats voted for the confirmation that more aggressive commander.

I gotta admit, I'm more than a little amazed.

At 2/03/2007 2:54 PM, Anonymous jack boo said...

Media suckage is everywhere. Check out this piece by Michael Yon from Iraq:

"In the retelling of terrorist attacks in Iraq, key details are often left out while others insinuate themselves into places they don’t belong. So it was for the thwarted bomb attack in this village, which quickly found its way into media reports, described as yet another incident of sectarian violence, which on some level it was."


At 2/03/2007 5:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The system SUCKS. How will we explain this to our grandchildren?

At 2/03/2007 5:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just read an article about the Democrats and Iran. Word on the street is they'll be too afraid of standing up to Booosh on Iran. Same shit, different war.

At 2/04/2007 7:01 AM, Anonymous jack boo said...

Even Kos is ripping the Senate Dems. Maybe the rest of the media will start being a little more critical of them, but I sorta doubt it.

After all, if the media isn't willing to criticize the Dems for defunding AIDS programs that reduce the number if infants born with AIDS I hardly think they'll get to disturbed about the Dems inaction on the war.

Anyone else hear about this?



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