Tuesday, April 24, 2007


Why haven't those nine soldiers killed in a coordinated attaack gotten more attention?
Why hasn't the fact that April is looking to be a very bloody month not been reported much?
How is is that Bush can continue to say he's seeing signs of progress in Iraq when all the indicators are that it's not so?
Why isn't there more outrage? (By the press and punditry.)


By the press and punditry? Good one!

They don't give a rat's ass, and they are paid to deliver eyeballs to advertisers.

A bloody month in Iraq is old news. The surge is failing isn't news at all - everyone knows it. And outrage died when the press and punditry decided to vote with their cocktail weenies instead of reporting reality.

I expect the only "reportage" on this bloody month will be to give a larger megaphone to those who a) blame the Dems for not funding the troops and b) claim the liberal lefties are rooting for American deaths.

By Blogger Adam, at 4/24/2007 7:19 PM  

U.S. Gov. Lies to American People and the Troops
"Our hearing today has been about two cases, the Tillman case and the Lynch case, and in both cases, it seems like we have - we say deceptive - misleading information - it wasn't misleading information, we have false information that was put out to the American people. Stories that were fabricated and made up." - Rep. Henry Waxman, Oversight and Government Reform Chairman

By Blogger Tom, at 4/25/2007 12:23 PM  

"Why haven't those nine soldiers killed in a coordinated attaack gotten more attention?"

because they were killed by al queda... your and the media's allies.

By Blogger Editor, at 4/25/2007 11:12 PM  

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