Wednesday, April 14, 2010

It should be noted that there are journalists who need to be on the receiving end

of tar & feathers just as much as many politicians; and if this is correct, they deserve the noose.
I have just received word that the New York Times is preparing to go public with a list of names of Americans covertly working in Afghanistan providing force protection for our troops, as well as the rest of our Coalition Forces. If the Times actually sees this through, the red ink they are drowning in will be nothing compared to the blood their entire organization will be covered with. Make no mistake, the Times is about to cause casualty rates in Afghanistan to skyrocket. Each and every American should be outraged.
And why would even the New York Effing Times do this?
The report goes on to quote General Stanley McChrystal, who stated that “our senior leaders – the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secretary of Defense, Congress, the President of the United States – are not getting the right information to make decisions with … The media is driving the issues.”

Through its use of the New York Times, the Central Intelligence Agency has tried to embarrass the Defense Department into shutting down what, by all accounts, has been an amazingly successful program, which has dramatically saved American and Coalition lives and continues to do so on a daily basis.

But thanks to the beating the folks on the 7th floor at Langley and the New York Times have taken in the blogosphere, they are about to go for broke and to do so in a fashion so grotesque that every American should be moved to action
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He's got contact information; maybe if enough people tell them just how disgusting even the thought of their doing this is, it may do some good. If not,

4 comments:

RKL said...

Time's already up in my mind....when the rest of the people wake up and decide it's go time, I'll be ready.

Herrien said...
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Keith said...

"Green tea" post looks like spam!

Firehand said...

It is, there've been similar ones showing up the last week or so