Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Now this guy, on the other hand

Just Can't seem to catch a break from the press, and has to refute their crap via Email. I wonder if the Journo that wrote the report ever spoke to anyone else than , apparently, code pink about what is actually happen in Iraq? They could have gone here...


Because Democrats don't lie. At least not in NYT land.

One wonders if these denizens of the over-construed, loaded, gotcha question ever sit down and think to themselves... Hang on, aren't Democrats politicians, too?

Monday, March 24, 2008

Grim Milestone-ism




Because death number 4000 is more important than say, death number 3751. Imagine if the battle of the bulge (Allied casualties 19000) were reported like this.

In MSM world, Every battle is about your casualties, and nothing more. At least if the wrong President has been elected.

Methods 8, 10 and 11 shine here.



If you were an MSM auteur, my guess would be

"GOP does not put up much of a fight"

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Your news about Iraq, interpreted for you.

The Source:

Lets see...

"Bush to Mark 5 Years of War in Iraq"

Ok. Is this like an Anniversary type thingy then?

"WASHINGTON (AP) - Five years after launching the U.S. invasion of Iraq, President Bush is making some of his most expansive claims of success in the fighting there. Bush said last year's troop buildup has turned Iraq around and produced "the first large-scale Arab uprising against Osama bin Laden."

You see, President Bush "Makes Claims" and what he claims is "put in parenthesis"

Massive anti-war demonstrations were planned in downtown Washington to mark Wednesday's anniversary of the war, which has claimed the lives of nearly 4,000 U.S. troops. Across the river at the Pentagon, Bush was to give a speech to warn that backsliding in recent progress fueled by the increase of 30,000 troops he ordered more than a year ago cannot be allowed.

Ah There are "Massive" "anti -war demonstrations" planned against, and a mention of US deaths, and "warning" about "backsliding."

"The challenge in the period ahead is to consolidate the gains we have made and seal the extremists' defeat," he said in excerpts the White House released Tuesday night. "We have learned through hard experience what happens when we pull our forces back too fast - the terrorists and extremists step in, fill the vacuum, establish safe havens and use them to spread chaos and carnage."

Bush added: "The successes we are seeing in Iraq are undeniable, yet some in Washington still call for retreat."

I sense a "Damning but" coming up.

Democrats took a different view.

"On this grim milestone, it is worth remembering how we got into this situation, and thinking about how best we can get out," said Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich. "The tasks that remain in Iraq - to bring an end to sectarian conflict, to devise a way to share political power and to create a functioning government that is capable of providing for the needs of the Iraqi people - are tasks that only the Iraqis can complete."

DOH! How hard was that to spot, heh?

The rest of the article is as bad - So Ill summarise the methods used, lemme know if you spot any!

Here is a list of methods used by leftist propagandists to "educate" you.

In this Article I detect Numbers 1, 5, 6, 10, 11, 13, and 17 coming up for the "massive planned protests.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Name that party.

It does not get mentioned. Not once.

"Tackling Issues"

If This were a Republican, He would be "defending a questionable alliance" And the Picture would be a bad one, with video, if available.

Now they do have some video, with a litany of excuses - the rev Wright "Uses the pulpit to "Affirm his strong political views" (Contrast that to the treatment given Trent Lott's remark, which was way more watery than "God Damn America". But they somehow could not find if Obama was in the church that day. "It is not known. FIND OUT where he was, mr Journalist!

Doh! You could find THIS, and Mccain "defends". Funny how that works out huh?

And here is a picture of a defensive-looking Mccain!

How objective.

Monday, March 17, 2008

When is it a war, and when is it a protest?

Well, At least we know that in Bosnia, It's a protest if police are fired upon with automatic weapons. Oh, and apparently, there were grenades too.

Then, it's a "flashpoint town"!

In Iraq, it's a civil war, a quagmire, an unpopular war, a trouble-plagued region, a headache for the administration. But in Kosovo, it's a ""flash point town". And, I'm thinking if those were American troops in Iraq, They would have "suffered a humiliating defeat".

The propaganda war continues unabated.