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The Media's Rape of Reality

RB86em Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 12:53 PM
Who needed a warning for this? None was needed. This was expected. Why isn't the admin being honest and saying that we need thriving small businesses to enable health care, and doing something to make it possible? Tried to get a loan lately? I had hopes for this admin and I'm still waiting for change I can believe in. This is shameful. They say "Common sense is not a common virtue". Obysmal has just proven that yet again. I don't appreciate being intentionally lied to. There's a pattern here.
Topeka Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 1:16 PM
RB,

What?! Are you remembering what happened in Tanzania, and what was the other one, Kenya? Or maybe the one in Tehran back in '79? (That can't be Barry's fault - he was 18.)

With a "defective" memory like yours - you might be an Elephant!

;-)
RB86em Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 1:30 PM
Defective? I'm only talking about recent events. What planet are you from?
I didn’t want to write this column. I definitely didn’t want to use these words. I wanted to write about something else, but after the events of this week, I had no choice.

I am here to report a rape. To protect President Obama from the failure of his administration to anticipate or respond appropriately to the attacks on our embassies in the Middle East, the media has absolutely raped the truth.

Americans were targeted and murdered by radical monsters around the globe. The president did nothing about it. The White House had at least a 48-hour advance warning...

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