Thursday, September 25, 2008

They Should Worry

The traitors Risen Lichtbau and Keller, that is.

Keller

Risen

Lichtblau

Here's the first hint of a much tougher stance against serial leakers of classified information.

The McCain campaign has come out swinging in response to the New York Times' blatant advocacy for Obama. In a stinging press release they openly accuse the Tawdry Times of fabricating attacks against Mccain and printing puff pieces for Obama.

"But while the Huffington Post is utterly transparent, the New York Times obscures its true intentions -- to undermine the candidacy of John McCain and boost the candidacy of Barack Obama -- under the cloak of objective journalism. The New York Times is trying to fill an ideological niche. It is a business decision, and one made under economic duress, as the New York Times is a failing business."

Ouch!!!!!

Adolf hopes this is a harbinger of things to come and that when John McCain is President he immediately instigates prosecution for treason against those who willfully and illegally leaked and published classified information known to be of considerable assistance to Al Qaeda at a time American troops were battling that organisation in Iraq and Afghanistan.

I suppose it's no real surprise the NYT supports Obama so vigorously. It's editor and star reporters face long jail time if he loses to McCain.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's editor and star reporters face long jail time if he loses to McCain.

Jail time: inject the scum

All leftists from senators and congressmen and "journalistas" and those who support treasonous Global Warming should be dealt with out of hand.

The US is at war and in an economic crisis caused, fundamentally, by leftism.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

I wonder if John Key will say the same thing about the Sunday Star-Times

At least the Standard is open with its intentions

And so are we

Ackers said...

Nice to see your hero doing a chicken little Adolf. Even better Obama's response.

McCain is toast.

Intrade has Obama out by nearly 12 points.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/us/general_election_mccain_vs_obama-225.html

No amount of whinging or running away is going to change the dynamic now.

What an extraordinary week. What a total destruction of "true" republican values. There is no end to the damage Bush had done. He has fundamentally changed the world politicaly and now economically. Aren't we lucky

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Don't get too cocky too quick Ackers. The last time your lot put a fruit loop up against a fighter pilot he got done. This ain't going to be different. Just wait around for about two days.

Ackers said...

In 2 days time he'll blink again. He's now calling for the postponement of the VP debate.

His campaign is a shambles. Palin is too precious to take questions from the press.

Intrade now showing Obama 13 points ahead.