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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

 












I came across some of the best written articles today, written on a subject that seems to be escaping the attention of MSM. The subject has to do with a crime. The crime is torture, among many other crimes committed. The facts are there and the facts are now documented. A crime was committed and finally confessed to. But what did the MSM do with that confession? They essentially ignored it. Ignored it or maybe avoided it? The MSM cannot be considered real news any longer. Not when the news is intentionally omitted from the pages of print. Shameful is what it is. Is the MSM afraid of retaliation if they do print the news in real time? Probably. Do they have a reason to be afraid? Most likely. Wouldn't it be better to stand on principle and report the real news MSM, instead of acting cowardly? To me, after reading the articles posted on Blogs and school papers...you MSM should just go away quietly and let someone else step up and take your place, do the job of real journalism, the way it was meant to be done.

American MSM journalism has hit a new low and cannot be deemed as a real news source any longer. The Bush Torture Confession is real news!

"....all eyes were on Obama this weekend." University of California Santa Barbara Media Ignores Bush Torture Confession M. Duquette at Daily Nexus Published Tuesday, April 22, 2008

"By all rights, this is a journalistic goldmine. Unfortunately, ABC News was the only network that ran the story." AND "Bush admitted to approving torture." Let that sink in for a sec. Read it a few times if you have to."

Attributed to I.F. Stone: The only kinds of fights worth fighting are those you are going to lose, because somebody has to fight them and lose and lose and lose until someday, somebody who believes as you do wins... That means continuing to push Congress to listen to us even when there is an election within two years. (Guess what? There is always an election within two years.) D. Swanson at American Chronicle April 23, 2008

"Are Peace and Impeachment Possible? Strategies for Saving our Constitution, Economy, and Environment"

"If the Democrats fund more slaughter, they will probably also take another step that makes them look even weaker. They will actually legalize the occupation of Iraq."

"... and that legality expires on December 31st."

"If Obama were to quietly allow impeachment hearings on Cheney or Bush to proceed, he could put McCain on the defensive."

We should join on May 1st in solidarity with the...and skip work that day to protest.

And post that you plan to do so at http://democrats.com/mayday

University of Maryland Baltimore County's Student Newspaper Why Bush is the worst president in history By N. Jamison Senior Staff Writer at Retriever Weekly "To add insult to injury, 61 percent of historians surveyed felt that Bush’s first seven years were not only bad, but such a catastrophe to make him the worst president in history."

First, His Holiness Visited the Homicidal Strongman of the World Superpower by J. Janson at OEN April 21, 2008



66 Responses to Helen Thomas Confronts Perino On Torture; Perino Denies and Lies By: Nicole at Crooks and Liars Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

"But waterboarding is torture and illegal under both U.S. and international law – with experts, government officials and those who have been subject to the harsh treatment all agreeing." AND "THOMAS: The President has said publicly several times, in two consecutive news conferences a few months ago, and you have said over and over again, we do not torture."

60 Responses to Helen Thomas Breaks Press’s 14 Day Silence On Bush’s Torture Approval, By Ben at Think Progress "an exasperated Thomas said out loud after her exchange with Perino: “Where is everybody? For God’s sakes.”
I was surprised to see this headline in the MSM... Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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