Thursday, October 30, 2008

LA Times: If We Release the Obama-Khalidi Tape Something Bad May Happen to Our Source

'Hope and Change' Terrorism Alert:

Charles Johnson reveals communications between Gary Weitman, spokesman for the Times’ parent company Tribune and a reader who complained about the LA Times' refusal to release the tape. Mr. Weitman stated that the LA Times has an agreement with the source not to reveal the tape and that "to break that agreement might put the source of the tape in jeopardy".

Really? By who? That's quit an admission from the LA Times and a huge news story in and of itself. So this all comes down to the possibility that certain Obama thugs may harm the LA Times source if they release the tape? So this has nothing to do with the LA Times' political bias and more to do with the safety of their source who may be "put in jeopardy" should the tape be revealed?

Welcome to our new world folks. The Thugocracy of America... the hip-hop President hasn't even been elected yet and already the fear factor is kicking in to the point that a major news organization fears that its source may be put in "jeopardy" for exposing bad news.

Andrew C. McCarthy at National Review exposes with mathematical precision the complete lack of journalistic ethics that the LA Times is engaged in. Mere Rhetoric has images from todays protest in front of the LA Times building.

Update: Erica Jong, another liberal running her mouth off:
"If Obama loses it will spark the second American Civil War. Blood will run in the streets, believe me. And it's not a coincidence that President Bush recalled soldiers from Iraq for Dick Cheney to lead against American citizens in the streets."
So you better vote for Obama or there will be "blood in the streets".

1 comment:

  1. The LA Times changes its management as frequently as Erica Jong changes her Depends. That just about says it.


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