CELEBRITY IN CHIEF BARRY O'S DECISION TO GUT THE SAFETY NET DOES NOT JIBE WITH THE CULT OF ST. BARACK'S DELUSIONS.
SO WHAT'S A CRAZY TO DO? TAKE TO THE WASHINGTON POST AND INSIST DEFEAT IS VICTORY AND THAT, ANYWAY, IT'S THOSE STUPID REPUBLICANS FAULT BECAUSE THEY WON IN THE 2010 MID-TERMS.
THEY WON WHY?
OH RIGHT, OUR TOPLESS CELEBRITY IN CHIEF BARRY O WOULDN'T PROVIDE AMERICA WITH UNIVERSAL, SINGLE-PAYER HEALTH CARE AND INSTEAD OFFERED THE CORPORATE GIFT THAT IS THE SHAM KNOWN AS OBAMA CARE.
THEY LOST BECAUSE BARRY O IS A TIRED WHORE WHO CAN TAKE HIS TOP OFF AGAIN AND AGAIN BUT AMERICA'S SEEN THOSE MAN BOOBS AND ARE NO LONGER SHOCKED BY THEM.
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You just knew Yochi wasn't having any of it. He stopped digging around his asshole with his own tongue long enough to exclaim, "I think all of us who work for a somewhat beleaguered industry would wish that the media was as powerful as to have caused a war. [Roy Gutman is heard guffawing if you listen closely. Shame on him.] There were deep flaws in the reporting pre-war in Iraq. To say that the media caused the war is, I think, a stretch."
First off, Yochi, the economy sucks for nearly everyone, it's a recession, you idiot. Second, the media lied, the media is responsible for helping Bush sell the illegal war. That Roy Gutman's fat ass could be heard chortling on air was disgusting since Roy worked for Knight-Ridder which was the only outlet that refused to play megaphone and actually and consistently do reporting. Shame on you, Roy Gutman. You damn well know better.
In his report of the speech, Jim Muir (BBC News -- video) observed that "he said the resistance goes on by whatever means and so on." (For a text report by Muir, click here.) Here's Aaron C. Davis (Washington Post): "His followers, he said, must continue to focus on fiercely resisting the United States, but perhaps also targeting their own government if it cannot restore services or security and hold to a timeline for a full U.S. military withdrawal by the end of 2011." Does that sound like the end of violence? No, it does not. And here's Ned Parker, Saad Fakhrildeen and Raheem Salman (Los Angeles Times):
Roy Gutman is a lousy reporter. (And incredibly touchy.) His statements to Scott Horton should get him pulled off Iraq coverage. This isn't debatable. He's not a columnist. He's supposed to be a reporter and the editor in Iraq of the moment. He crossed serious lines and we can document doing that over and over throughout his Iraq coverage.
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