29 March 2011

You're thinking... wow, actual journalism

Of course, that was then...

"The biggest strain on Clinton has been her effort, not embraced by everyone in the administration, to stave off the kind of genocide in Libya that her husband permitted to occur in Rwanda in the 1990s."

"The timing of Hillary's remarks to CNN on Wednesday has raised eyebrows, coming at a critical moment in her fierce internal battle to push President Barack Obama to join the fight to liberate Libya from Muammar Qadhafi."
This is now..
"The United States of America is different. And as president, I refused to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves before taking action."
And the Toronto "Red Star" is more than happy to perpetuate the big lie.

Airbrushing the Politburo... what the mainstream media usually does best.

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RELATED: Ask a Republican
"President Obama failed to explain why he unilaterally took our nation to war without bothering to make the case to the U.S. Congress."

"And now he's splitting the difference -- telling us Gaddafi must go, but refusing to do what it takes to remove him.

The American people, members of Congress, and our service members deserve more than this overture."
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LAST WORD: Prez McDreamy AWOL yet again
Opposition fighters in the western town of Misurata also said they came under renewed attack from pro-Gaddafi forces, with eight civilians killed, according to a spokesman.

An opposition spokesman in the city described the humanitarian situation there as "catastrophic", saying that water and electricity had been cut off and residents were running short of essential supplies, including medicines.

Coalition air strikes that had proved so crucial in saving Benghazi from what many anticipated would be a massacre were nowhere to be seen during the rebels renewed push, and their' tactics do not appear to have improved since the first days of the fighting.
Hope, change and... same old, same old.


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