Wednesday, December 28, 2005

The Grey Lady shows her colors

I really hate the New York Times. I really do. They don't even pretend to be objective anymore. That is unless they are shouting "don't question our patriotism". Michelle Malkin gives just a small sampling of the examples that could be listed. :: Columns :: The New York Times vs. America by Michelle Malkin: " In June, Debra Burlingame, sister of Charles F. 'Chic' Burlingame III, pilot of downed American Airlines Flight 77, blew the whistle on plans by civil liberties zealots to turn Ground Zero in New York into a Blame America monument. On July 29, the Times editorial page, stocked with liberals who snort and stamp whenever their patriotism is questioned, slammed Burlingame and her supporters at Take Back the Memorial as 'un-American' -- for exercising their free speech rights.

Yes, 'un-American.' This from a newspaper that smeared female interrogators at Guantanamo Bay as 'sex workers,' sympathetically portrayed military deserters as 'un-volunteers,' apologized for terror suspects and illegal aliens at every turn, enabled the Bush Derangement Syndrome-driven crusade of the lying Joe Wilson, and recklessly endangered national security by publishing illegally obtained information about classified counterterrorism programs.

So, which side is The New York Times on? Let 2005 go down as the year the Gray Lady wrapped herself permanently in a White Flag."
There's more, read the whole thing. You could probably fill many pages with similar examples of blantant anti-Americanism, but who has the stomach to read all that?