Saturday, November 15, 2008

Idiot elite media

Hard not to notice the screaming headline, Barack Obama is warned to beware of a ‘huge threat’ from al-Qaeda. The article, beyond the alarmist lede graf, goes on to say pretty much -- never mind. It's probably not that real. "Some people" are just worried about it. Mostly unnamed Bush lackeys.

But beyond the nothing really there aspect, why the hell are they warning Obama about it? There's nothing he can do unless Bush does the noble thing and resigns immediately so Obama could take over sooner. Otherwise, it's still The Deciderer's problem. Shouldn't they be warning Mr. Mission Accomplished?

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Anonymous Richard Stanczak said...

Had to laugh at the linked Times story in your post. They highlighted a six point Arms Race summary at the end of the story. Apparently, Russia threatening to station missles near Poland in 2008 is equivalent to the following:

1945 US drops atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

1953 Russia tests its first atomic bomb

1962 US discovers Soviet Union building a nuclear missile base in Cuba. After seven days of intense talks a naval quarantine is placed around Cuba and is only removed once President Khrushchev agrees to dismantle the base

Talk about idiotic! This is what passes for journalism these days.

12:51:00 PM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

Karl the Kreep Rove says in the current Newsweek: "Winning the war on terror is a matter of national survival"

OK, I'm not terrified, so I win, they lose.

Getting rid of these dimwitted bastards and the hack in the press who enable them is a matter of national survival.

1:45:00 PM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

. . . and never mind that we keep trying to surround Russia with missiles and recruit their neighbors for NATO. They should just recognize us as owners of the world and cower in fear - right?

1:46:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Richard, the Times is hackery central. A Murdoch rag, as I'm sure you know.

Fogg, I look forward to the day when people say Karl who? On some level I love that they're still stuck on their stale memes. It can hasten their irrelevancy.

3:04:00 PM  

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