New York Times’ “Unbiased” Review of O’Reilly’s Obama Interview

Posted on September 6, 2008. Filed under: B. Hussein Obamaniacs and the Quasi-Religious Approach to Candidacy |

Below is a link to the article appearing in the Politics section of The New York Time’s website under the TV Watch. From reading the columnist’s utter disdain for O’Reilly’s nerve at questioning Obama it becomes more and more clear that the Time’s is not a newspaper but rather a 12-month ad forum for Democratic candidates that is not covered by the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Act. The column also answers an important question about the Obama media coverage. That question is, will the major news outlets ever get around to seriously investigating Obama’s relationship with William Ayers? The answer the column provides is a definite ‘no’ as they give the impression that O’Reilly is beating a dead horse by discussing Obama’s out of bounds topics of WIlliam Ayers and Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Remember though, discussing Obama’s long-time association an with admitted, unrepentant domestic terrorists and his 20-year membership in a church based in black liberation theology whose minister gave sermons on such patriotic topics as accusing the US government of developing the HIV virus to kill all of the minorities, these topics are considered smears by the reporters at The New York Times. But running three front-page stories in one day about Sarah Palin and her pregnant teenage daughter is just, “asking the questions American voters have the right to know.”


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