Perhaps we could rename the Washington Post the Obama Post. Not only is it a fitting tribute to the ego of a man who would be dictator but also it could save the Washington Post millions in legal fees for those who sue the paper for violating truth in advertising laws. Who knows, they might even avoid being indicted for impersonating a newspaper.
The Post has done it again. What have they done?
Yesterday, they ran a hit piece on Mitt Romney. Some suspect it was timed to try and take the heat away from Obama as he “evolved” to support gay marriage. The gist of the story is that Romney was a bully almost fifty years ago, when he was in high school and one of the victims of his bullying was picked because he was perceived to be gay.
The story was long on innuendo and short on facts. The student, who is now dead and unavailable for comment, had his hair “cut” by Romney.
The student was named John Lauber. His sisters have come out denying parts of the story and blasting the Washington Post for using their brother to advance a political agenda.
There is a scientific and legal term for what the Washington Post did. It is called MSU. That stands for, “Makin’ stuff up.” That is the G-rated version of it. You can guess what the PG-13 version is.
While the Washington Post falls all over itself to praise the Dear Leader in the Oval Office, much as any state organ of propaganda would do, it does not even talk about the self-admitted acts of the Dear Leader.
While Romney denies the bullying, Obama in his ghost written autobiography admits that he pushed a girl in high school. Can we say misogynistic violence? Do you think she found it to be “horrible” as the Washington Post claims John Lauber did?
Most real Americans are sick of the drive by media. Anyone remember the 2000 election? Right before the election, ABC News broke the story that George W. Bush had a drunk driving conviction from 24 years before. During the campaign there were whispers that George W. Bush liked to drink and that he might be an alcoholic. Bush even said he used to drink and he decided it was in his best interest to knock it off.
Barack Obama is a self-admitted heavy drug user. He said as much in his ghost written autobiography. His previous drug use was so significant; he might not be able to get a security clearance today. A man named Larry Sinclair has claimed that he and Obama had sex and shared cocaine in 1999. His allegations are at least as credible if not more credible than the Washington Post story about Mitt Romney.
Where is the Post story on that?
How about a Washington Post story on the concerns some Americans have that someone with a long and self admitted history of using drugs now has his hands on the nuclear trigger?
Of course, that would not fit with the liberal narrative.
The good news here is that the Washington Post’s circulation continues to plummet. By the time Mitt Romney is running for reelection, with a little luck, the Post will not even be around any more.
Janice, I had forgotten about that!
You are absolutely right! I was raised in a very open-minded household and yet I can remember running across a book title that caused me to ask a question. I had to be about 16. I well remember my parent's discomfort at trying to explain homosexuality.
It truly was, as you say, 'hidden from view'.
Washington (com)Post isn't fit for wrapping fish. NY Slimes, either.
There is no legitimate press -- high school days are the topic of interest?
What about wooden head's missing school & college records?
If the paperboys insist on unearthing what they consider news (HS info) I expect to see the same information on the white house occupant.
No wonder people don't buy papers anymore -- no news.
National Enquirier is better than WaPo.