It’s long past time for A Subsidiary of the DNC to appear on the fascia of the New York Times Building in Manhattan. Here’s how the NYT shills for the Democratic National Committee, and, indirectly, for their guy in the Senate, Harry Reid.
A NYT post on September 19, entitled “Obama Aides Weigh Bid to Tie the G.O.P. to the Tea Party,” explains how Obama’s “political advisors” are preparing an ad campaign portraying Tea Party advocates as extremists (And that’s news?).
The NYT writers start the ad campaign right there in the story about the ad campaign. Slick, huh?
“The database [that the campaign will use] will point out, for example, that Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney are supporting the Republican candidate for Senate in Nevada, Sharron Angle, who once said that victims of rape should make “what was really a lemon situation into lemonade…”
Scandalous, right? That’s depends on your stance on abortion. What isn’t debatable is that the alleged quote from Angle is – you may find this shocking – taken out of its original context. To its credit, the Huffington Post printed the original context last July.
Read More: Lee Cary, American Thinker