HomeCategoriesShocking News Round-up Shocking News Round-up Paul October 27, 2004 Categories 5 Comments Warning to all heart patients: The following news may be shocking. John Kerry is a plagiarist The Global War On Terror - Where We Stand Related Posts Too Cheap To Afford Knight-Ridder: Closer to the Fight Than the Marines Rush To Judgment About The Author Paul 5 Comments Steve L. October 27, 2004 Shocking! Shocking I say! The sad thing is that there are people at there who would be surprised to hear these things. I want the Dems to keep suing. I suspect this will just energize the Republican base and shove some undecideds the President’s way. -S- October 27, 2004 Editor and Publisher gets the “D’OH OF THE YEAR AWARD“. Yumm, donuts to REAAAD. Jim R October 27, 2004 With media bias rearing its ugly head again compliments of the NY Times ‘Missing Explosives’ (old news makes new news when its bias time), James Lileks addresses the overall chaos and division the MSM causes, etc, etc, when a country at war can ‘least’ afford it. An excerpt from Lileks.Com ‘Today’s Bleat’: “Keeping the country united? Good luck. Imagine FDR running a war with a press composed of cynical snickerers who derided the president as a rich old cripple who thought the best way to defeat Tojo was a war in North Africa and preached defeat every day through the hard slog of the Pacific theater. Imagine running a war with an entertainment industry that declined to make a single movie about the conflict – why, imagine a “Casablanca” where Rick and Sam argue about whether America started it all because they didn Dave October 27, 2004 > admit they there is don’t know if Bush is responsible What? (Apparently Wizbang is best appreciated in the original Klingon…) John Anderson October 27, 2004 The Times spokesperson notes that they told the truth about the April 10 “Pit Stop”. How about the April 5 story about a search that found documents and samples of the explosives but no IAEA seals? Which they copied from the April 4 CBS story, by the way. Sorry lady, that constitutes a lie by omission of known evidence. If a prosecutor tried that in court, he’d lose the case.