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More Katrina

Posted by Mike on December 12, 2005

Political event Katrina is still in the news, sort of. If this story replaced the words “Governor Blanco” with “President Bush”, you would have heard about it before now.

Now take a minute to imagine what the media reaction to this internal email to Governor Blanco would have been if Andy Card had drafted it for President Bush: “You send that many black folks out of state, we will have a perception problem . . .” I bet MSNBC would have pre-empted all of their best programming like . . . . . well, you get the point. The Chris Matthews special would still be running.

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Posted by Ryan on December 12, 2005

Now they can’t ignore it! 71% of Iraqis believe that there is a future worth creating in their own country. However, ABC tries to tell us that things still suck over there and that the Iraqi people have “mixed” feelings about their current, individual situation and the sectarian violence. Look at the Tookie Williams situation here in LA! Just because they are preparing for riots in a few days, does not prove that America has a “tough road ahead” (even after the “occupiers” leave LA). LA is just being cautious, because even in our flourishing democracy not everyone can be reasonable and passions sometimes drive debates in dangerous directions. That’s the price to pay. I think that we’ll survive Tookie, like Iraq will survive ABC polling.

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Busy Busy

Posted by Mike on December 12, 2005

I’m really busy today but the Axis needs a post so here goes. Don’t vote for liberals. If you do, you’re stuck on stupid. hat tip to Rush

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