Sunday, December 25, 2005

Biggest Lie of 2005

Man this one is tough! There's so many good ones to choose from:

“everybody saw the same intelligence we did.” Members of Congress don’t see the President’s Daily Briefing (one of them was the glossed-over pre-9/11 document that warned “Bin Laden Determined to Strike Inside the U.S.”), and they didn’t see all the qualifying caveats about Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction, or the doubts about the credibility of the sources the administration was relying on. (Credibility of sources being the key to this entire canard.)

That one gets honorable mention Elanor but mine has to be the ,still clinging to some kind of wet, nasty string, "liberal media". What a freakin laugh. I'm sorry but the obvious New-Speak intruded on that little expression. They want us to believe that they acceeded to the halls of all power in government with nothing but a "damned liberal media" out there. The problem is they point out every single thing that could seem possibly to be "biased" against conservatives. They just work the refs. It wouldn't be "balanced" without views differing from conservative ones so quit Ur whinin would ya!! :-) The repubs have (through very successful planning I must admit) put themselves in place in the "political" media. If the media was so liberal ,and it was working, the nation would be far more liberal than it is now. Obviously even if the media is liberal, you have nothing to fear cuz it sure isn't successful in making the country more liberal.


Blogger Jim said...

F**kin' A, bubba!

4:04 PM, December 25, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

The biggest lie of 2004 was that The Bu$hrat and The Puppet Master won the election (ditto for 2000)!

3:15 PM, December 30, 2005  
Blogger Jim said...

F**kin' A, bubba!

10:20 PM, December 30, 2005  

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