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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

The Hypocrisy...

Mohammed Cartoons vs. Abu Ghraib Photos and Videos?

hmmm...

The mainstream media 'cannot' publish the Mohammed cartoons because they might offend Muslims.

We absolutely cannot offend any Muslims. Not even if it means giving up our rights to free speech.

We cannot offend Muslims.

Let's see now...

Do you think that the dehumanizing photographs from Abu Ghraib will offend Muslims?

Of course not. Why would it offend them?

It will only endear America to the Islamists, just like Al Gore tried to do when he slammed the United States during his speech this past Sunday in front of a Saudi audience.

These three incidences alone are so coincidental that it's evident that all of this has been a well executed plan.

There can't be any other explanation for it.

The mainstream media is manipulative, or are they being manipulated?

This could get really confusing.

What I want to know is what is the motive behind all of this?

Is it money, or something else? Could it be "someone" else?

Want to voice your opinion concerning this hypocrisy?

Go here. There are some e-mail addresses and telephone numbers posted that you'll find very helpful.

later...



Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin

4 Comments:

Blogger AB5SY said...

I received about 50-60 photos via email of the so called 'New abuse photos, I glanced at about 2 dozen of them and unless the liberals are claiming wearing a hood or being photographed in the nude is abuse.....

I seen no abuse or torture being done. Hoods prevent staff from being attacked or spit upon, being in a state of undress could have been necessary for a number of reasons, staff holding prisoners down, most likely for a reason, looked like some were being treated. who knows. Now the first patch...yeah it really hacked me, and my Congress critters heard from me. Just another smoke screen by the 'Get out of Irag group.

February 15, 2006 8:50 PM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

Thanks for your comments about the pictures. It helps to know how 'normal' people view things without the media slant on it.

Pictures can either illustrate, demonstrate, or decieve. It is definitely dependent upon how they are presented and the context, or light, that they are presented in.

These new pictures, whether they prove abuse or not, are no longer 'current'. The Abu Ghraib debacle has already been tried, with the perpetrators disciplined and/or incarcerated.

It is amazing to me that the same news sources who refused to put out the Mohammed cartoons because they were 'inflammatory' are putting them on television and in the papers.

Just another smoke screen by the 'Get out of Irag group.

Exactly. But who is in who's back pocket? I realize that MSM and many politicians are bed partners, but it looks like there may be three, maybe four total?

Somewhere there is a middle east connection?

Why would Al Gore make such statements to the Saudi's against the United States?

Could his remarks be considered treasonous given the current political unrest/climate?

later...

February 16, 2006 10:35 AM  
Blogger AB5SY said...

I can't think right now, but another group has taking over a Cindy Sheehan's handlers and are trying to groom her to run against Fernstian or Hillary on the get out of Iraq platform.....Hillary is trying to pass herself as a Military supporterthese days.

February 16, 2006 9:50 PM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

Hillary is trying to pass herself as a Military supporterthese days.

I can't keep up with Hillary's 'changes of life'.

She vascillates so much and so erratically that it has to be hormone driven.

This is particularly dangerous considering that she could react to one situation one way today, but handle it totally different on another.

This unstable personality of hers makes her 'dangerous' in my eyes, besides the fact that I can't seem to find any agreeable ground with her viewpoints/policies.

later...

February 17, 2006 10:24 AM  

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