posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 09:44 PM
Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
Maybe you needed a shorter, catchier title
I find it hard to believe anyone who read the article wouldn't comment.
Take a look at this, Newsweek deciding something wasn't believable and taking it upon themselves to debunk them
Maybe because it comes from "Accuracy in Media". Listen to the praise they have for Townhall
Accuracy in Media: Townhall.com has helped us fill several critical job openings over the years. Their ability to attract qualified applicants is
comparable to none. (Don Irvine, Chairman)
In fact, they are "Silver Partners"
whatever the heck that means. Everyone knows Townhall,
you see them quoted on ATS all the time by our friends on the far right. About Townhall:
Townhall.com is the first truly interactive community on the Internet to bring Internet users, conservative public policy organizations,
congressional staff, and political activists together under the broad umbrella of "conservative" thoughts, ideas and actions. Townhall.com is a
one-stop mall of ideas in which people congregate to exchange, discuss and disseminate the latest news and information from the conservative movement.
Townhall.com is committed to inform, educate and empower the public through this emerging electronic medium.
Accuracy In Media doesn't flaunt their conservative roots, that would destroy the illusion of it being an independent voice seeking, um, accuracy in
What shocks me is that every time some right-wing website has these great revelations, the White House never seems to mention it. I mean, it might
help Bush's approval ratings if they actually used all of this evidence floating around the interweb.
But I guess that's why people love these sources, they say the things some people would love to hear, but the White House never says.
EDIT: Oh, look at Accuracy In Media's 'Link' page:
Since I'm a little late on my Valentine's Day shopping, I thought I'd click the 'Shopping' link and pick-up something nice!
The "I HATE THE 'FRENCH' VANILLA" from Star Spangled Ice Cream
but, who could resist the Bush Country
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