Friday, September 09, 2005

Katrina and the Liberal Media

On Fox News-

The left wing, Michael Moore, Move-On liberal Media is doing what they always do, showing only the negative side of Katrina. Just like they do with Iraq. Being Fair and Balanced, Fox News feels an obligation to it's viewers to present a more complete story. We report, You decide.

Allow me to introduce todays panel. Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter, Brit Hume and as a special treat, we have in our studio today Barbara Bush.

Sean, why don't you go first-

"All the media is showing the negative side of Katrina. Nobody is looking at all the good that is being done there"

'Sean, you're right."

"Everyone is focusing on the death and destruction, but how often do you hear about the successes that we owe to Katrina?"

"Absolutely. With gas prices through the roof, and the President asking Americans to conserve, look at the savings in gas we owe to Katrina. All those cars that would normally be polluting the air and wasting precious gas are now under 6 feet of water."

'"Yes, and look at the savings in electricity. Nobody is using any electric over there"

"And the Projects have been a social and economic liability for years. Finally, the Projects are empty"

(Mommy Bush)
"And all those underprivilaged poor people are so much better off. We really did them a favor"

(The Far-Right)
"And the days of sex, drugs and promiscuity in New Orleans have come to an end, courtesty of God"


Anonymous caspixel said...

Did you see this?

Firms with White House ties get Katrina contracts

No surprises, really, but after being under fire for the Iraq stuff you'd think maybe, just maybe...

Nah, what am I thinking. This is the Bush White House we're talking about.

Most. Corrupt. Ever.

5:57 PM  
Anonymous caspixel said...

U.S. Envisions Using Nukes on Terrorists

It says "deterrence of potential adversary WMD use requires the potential adversary leadership to believe the United States has both the ability and will to pre-empt or retaliate promptly with responses that are credible and effective."

It says "this will be particularly difficult with nonstate (non-government) actors who employ or attempt to gain use of WMD. Here, deterrence may be directed at states that support their efforts as well as the terrorist organization itself.

"However, the continuing proliferation of WMD along with the means to deliver them increases the probability that someday a state/nonstate actor nation/terrorist may, through miscaluation or by deliberate choice, use those weapons. In such cases, deterrence, even based on the threat of massive destruction, may fail and the United States must be prepared to use nuclear weapons if necessary."

11:11 PM  

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