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In Despair, New York Times Pens Suicide Note

Ginger12 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:18 AM
that she had totally ticked off her "white" constituents (you know the ones that had made her famous and rich), and she has lost over 350 million dollars over the past couple of years because no one is watching her anymore because of Obama. She may love Obama, but she trusts Mitt Romney with her money, because she has millions invested in Bain Capital. So, I hope all the lame stream medias and their print counterparts go bankrupt for not reporting the truth....sooner or later it catches up with you.
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 11:58 PM
CBS (and Dan Rather) have a better record for accuracy than you do, Shipwreck.

The New York Times has a better record for accuracy than CBS.

And Fix News has a SIGNIFICANTLY better record for accuracy (not to mention lack of bias as actual studies indicate) than does the New York Times.

Begone idiot bottom-feeder.
pow1000 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:39 AM
It doesnt seem to bother them on late night comedy. Disgusting people.
Bill1895 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:26 AM
"Faux News"??? Get mental help Yachsman!!
Polly1 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:12 AM
You're so right, Boat Guy. There are few things funnier than a dead ambassador, a couple of dead Navy SEALS, and a dead information officer, all murdered, uh, because of a video. I'm sure the NYT would agree.
Beachgoer Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:33 AM
I hope it is sooner than later. The coverup with regard to Benghazi is driving me nuts. Thank goodness for Fox and other conservative sources.

The common stock of the New York Times (NYSE: NYT) plunged from $10.87 last week to a close of $8.19 on Friday after the liberal mouthpiece announced that its 3rd quarter net income dropped 85 percent.

While analysts are blaming soft advertising revenues, I think something more ominous is happening at America’s national, bleeding-heart newspaper.

For sure, advertising revenues are dropping nationally as economic conditions have deteriorated over the last two quarters.

Newspapers in general are struggling still as advertisers turn more money over to digital. Unlike newspaper display ads, which are just dead print on a...