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August 08, 2007


Mike Gehrt

Amen brother. It is unbelievable that anyone in this country is still buying the spin that we can win. Time to grow up people.


Why does anybody listen to anything that comes out of DC?They would'nt know the truth or fact even if it jumped up and bit em in the ass.Christ,i know dope smokers that can keep their facts straighter than these morons.


It makes me sick when I watch the news and they continue to consistently rely on the administration for the lowdown on what is going on in Iraq.

On one particularly sickening occasion, the BBC News talking head mentioned Dem criticisms of Bush policy, with a disapproving attitude, and no video (which would have allowed the Dems to speak for themselves), then proceeded to show video of Bush's rebuttal (if you want to call it that) - already very unfair, right? Very one-sided. But the BBC wasn't finished. They proceeded to an interview with a source on the ground in Baghdad for authoritative perspective. That source? A member of the US Embassy in Baghdad, ie, from a Bush representative.

Such is "journalism" today. Journaliesm.

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