Patterico's Pontifications

9/10/2006

See Dubya Assails the New York Times

Filed under: General,Media Bias,Terrorism — Patterico @ 3:41 pm



See Dubya is really mad at the New York Times. They’ve been giving useful information to the enemy again. What else is new?

8 Responses to “See Dubya Assails the New York Times”

  1. These reporters should stick to listening to what the presidents says they should say. Its in the public interest or something.

    actus (10527e)

  2. The NYTs is one of americas most far left-wing news papers all controled by a few leiftists why should we trust anything we read about in the NYTs or any of the other liberal birdcage linners

    krazy kagu (6a69d6)

  3. Maybe these reporters were converted, too.

    sharon (03e82c)

  4. We must trust our President, as Presidents protect and help Americans and spread freedom throughout the whole world. If the President says something, then it must be true, and it is unpatriotic to question him. The Founding Fathers admonished us to always trust our President, to believe everything that he tells us to believe, to never listen to dissent, and to never, never question the legality or morality of what he does. History has shown time and time again that a lack of faith in a supreme government leader can only bring tyranny and bondage.

    The American Constitution was written to make sure that the press will only print those things approved by the President. If a newspaper prints something that the President tells us is bad for the country, then it must be bad for the country because the President says so. News stories that question the legality of what the President authorizes in secret prisons must be false, because the President would never do anything wrong or illegal. If he did, he would tell us right away.

    Rick (c7fbdd)

  5. Oh, you’re right. I keep forgetting they are born that way.

    sharon (dfeb10)

  6. Oh, you’re right. I keep forgetting they are born that way.

    What way? What are you talking about?

    actus (10527e)

  7. What are you talking about?

    The reporters. And the President.

    Pablo (efa871)


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