Sunday, July 02, 2006

NYT USES NEWSPAPER TO PERSONALLY THREATEN CHENEY AND RUMSFELD

Treason is not the only sin of the New York Times. In an effort to intimidate Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and Vice President "reporter" Peter T. Kilborn of the Times revealed where their vacation homes are and how to get there. They even revealed the specific roads and where a security camera was, where their wives shopped and where they have eaten.

This isn’t a travelog about where people find quiet retreats. It is an effort by the NYT at intimidation and threat. How incredible, that what is supposed to be the world’s greatest newspaper, has resorted to using its pages to menace and threaten the secretary of defense and vice president by revealing this kind of information. For a newspaper this is sick....and the NYT is sick.

Wouldn’t it be appropriate, that the anti-American treasonous NYT Editor Bill Keller and his equally treasonous publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. have their personal retreats revealed, with directions on how to get there, where their wives shops, where their children go to school, where their security cameras are located and publish the information in every white supremisist publication in America. Fair is fair! Remember freedom of the Press?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good points,NG and I love the way all the liberals are standing behind their "freedom of the press" rant.
I say expose all the bums,fire them all and let them join the ranks of Ward Churchill and all the rest of the traitors in this country. I think Al-Qaeda is the market for new recruits.
I don't get why they are so against fighting terrorism and why everything they say is in favor of our enemies. Of course the NYT will never be a target because they are the enemy sympathizers.
TOS

NewGnome said...

I don't know, TOS, treason is a pretty serious act. By doing what the Times did, people realize that this directly affects our safety and the safety of our soldiers.

The public will look at that and ask is the need to know more important than a life? The Times has lost the ability to understand what the American Press should do in times of war.

"Loose lips sink ships" but in this case the Times may be on the ship that's about to be sunk, and are too stupid to realize it. NG