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The New York Times — the Enemy’s Best Source for U.S. Battle Plans

Sunday, December 3, 2006

Boy am I tired of this one — yes the New York Times printed details of another classified memorandum on its front page today. Third one in a week – what a great patriotic newspaper! Here’s the link and headline Rumsfeld’s Memo of Options for Iraq War. What a despicable low life crappy newspaper the Times has become — the enemy reads it every day and laughs at how stupid those Americans are. I wrote two previous posts about the paper’s treasonous acts, here and here. Let’s hope the FBI is going to catch the idiots who are aiding and abetting the enemy!


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  1. Dan Patterson permalink
    Monday, December 4, 2006 5:05 am

    Hey from the sweet-tea south. A note on the “Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiller” sent me here and I’ve added you to my regular rounds.

    The NY Times leak is another sad example of misplaced priorities, and of adult children using their skills to throw a fit. The first example I witnessed was Walter Cronkite’s famous mumble about Vietnam after Tet; instead of reporting the facts Uncle Walt decided to make hay with the screamers in Berkley and show solidarity with “the people”. Now we have a slightly more sophisticated movement to educate the masses using the “everybody knows” method of intimating–global warming, the widespread use of torture, the peacefulness of Islam, the failure in Iraq, the non-connection between Hussein and September 11th, missing wmd, even the superior cultural value of rap over ballad–and the NY Times is a master of it’s use.

    Compare the coverage of the military in Iraq with that of the military in either theater during WWII. No question of loyalty among the popular press, though there was a strong anti-American bent to the pro-commie red sheets.

    We are at war. The enemy sees us as weak and intends to kill or dominate us. The NY Times and it’s like are sympathetic to the enemy and have been for years if not generations. If the Times and it’s happily ignorant cousins have their way, we will all have our butts in the air five times a day.

    Dan Patterson
    Arrogant Infidel

  2. Monday, December 4, 2006 10:41 am

    I added you to my links @ http://bastisays.info/. I like your style!

  3. Sparkles the Iguana permalink
    Thursday, December 7, 2006 12:08 pm

    Did it ever occur to you that someone high up in DOD or the White House leaked this memo?

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