Liberals Fail To Defend Their Clutch Player

11 07 2006

I’ve been occupied with occupational transitioning activities the last several days and unable to blog as much as I had hoped, but I could not let this story about the NY Times slip through.

When is a “secret” not a secret?

When The New York Times decides, in the interest of saving its old gray hide, that it is not.

On June 22, the paper trumpeted its expose of “a secret Bush administration program” to track terror finances. The banking program, reporters Eric Lichtblau and James Risen made unmistakably clear, was a “closely held secret.” The front-page story referred to the secret nature of the program no less than eight times. A Times-produced Web video featuring Lichtblau promoted a brief interview in which he “reveal(ed) a secret Bush administration program to access financial records.”

But by July 2, smarting from the public backlash against its blabbermouth coverage, the Times crew was backpedaling faster than circus monkeys on barrels hurtling over Niagara Falls…

I’ve caught brief glimpses of O’Reilly the last few nights and seen snippets of his interviews with liberals trying to “defend” the NY Times.

I find it very interesting that none of these interviewees, nor any other leftist has answered this question: “Is the NY Times treasonous in their actions?”

Answers always range from cries of “They’re fair!” to “Oh no, they are the only paper with the guts to criticize this administration…”

That’s nice. But what does publishing top secret intelligence have to do with criticism? The Times is spelling CRITISISM as T-R-E-A-S-O-N.

Pics from yesterday’s protest here. Allah has more photos and a video.
And follow Michelle Malkin’s exposing of the blabbermouths here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

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