In yet another blatant attempt to render the Republican presidential candidate impotent, therefore propping up their secular messiah Barack Obama, the New York Times has rejected an Op-Ed by presidential contender John McCain. Instead, this “news” paper has reportedly told McCain that his Op-Ed needs to be more like Obama’s—which was accepted (surprise—surprise!”) by the Times. In case there are a few individuals who’ve been living in a cave for the last year or so—Obama is for an immediate pull-out of US troops from Iraq and McCain is not. Obama believes the pull-out should occur based upon his ideology and McCain believes any pull-out should occur based upon what’s actually transpiring in the region. Brian Rogers, a McCain spokesman, said of the Times’ rejection that it “reveals where they're coming from” and that McCain’s position “will not change based on politics or the demands of The New York Times.”
Suffice it to say, the New York Times and the rest of the leftist mainstream press does not—let me repeat that—does not like McCain’s position. He’s not far-Left enough for their tastes. Instead, they prefer an appeasement position that both serves to embolden the terrorists and essentially gelds the USA. Therefore, they have begun their now-overt censorship of all who disagree with them. The leftists’ bastion New York Times is merely the largest and the first.
Note: For all to observe, this is what the Left means and has always meant by any and all “fairness doctrines.” Anyone who expresses any idea that disagrees with theirs is not “fair” and must be silenced. Only the Left’s ideas must be heard. As an example, McCain’s views are to be ignored and even actively suppressed, while Obama’s plans are touted as “smart” and “realistic.” Realistic? Isn’t Obama the same guy that had already issued his plans for Afghanistan before he’d ever set foot in the country? The press has also worked diligently to cover-up Obama’s statements about the “need” for a national police force. His comments were quietly removed from any transcripts by his campaign and the media. Obama says that this “civilian national security force must be just as powerful and just as strong” as the US military! Is this something with which the Marxist press agrees? Apparently so or they wouldn’t have worked so hard to remove it from public view. And, by the way, Mr. Obama was not referring to ‘national service’. He speaks of national service earlier on in his speech. The national police force comments are chilling and all too reminiscent of Nazi Germany and Stalin’s Russia to be ignored.
The New York Times truly needs to change its motto from “All the news that’s fit to print” to this line from Dante’s Inferno: “Abandon every hope, ye who enter here.”
Whether you are an Obama supporter or not, these truths about this man must be told. It is your choice as to whether or not you choose to listen. If not, you enter his new and frightening world at your own considerable risk.
Sher Zieve is a long-time syndicated columnist who generally writes columns of a politically Conservative and Constitutional nature. She also interviews notable people with an interesting and/or newsworthy story to tell. These include politicians, writers, activists and others in the news. Her work has been and continues to be carried by both national and international publications. Sher appears regularly on national talk shows.