Saturday, December 17, 2005

CBS & NPR find NO good news in Iraq voter turnout

Well, what would you expect from CBS and NPR except to skew the news to put a bad light on any positive situation regarding the war:
(CBS) In the run-up to the voting in Iraq this week, an interviewer on National Public Radio asked George Packer, author of "The Assassins’ Gate: America in Iraq,” if this round of elections meant we were turning the corner there, to which Packer replied"“there are no corners in Iraq "He went on to say "what Americans need to realize is that the war in Iraq is just one long haul with many problems ahead. doesn'’t really matter how many benchmarks we pass because there is always another challenge (read: pitfall) ahead, which could be the fatal blow to the administration'’s goal of seeing Iraq become a vibrant democratic state in the Middle East.

While it is a good thing millions of Iraqis voted this week , and an especially good sign is that Sunnis in large numbers were among those who went to the polls, it does not follow that the U.S. has "turned the corner" in Iraq and that we'’re on a smooth glide path from this point on.

There's more of this puke here if you're interested. It's no surprise the "unbiased" likes of CBS and NPR just can't bring themselves to say ONE SINGLE positive thing about the voting in's all bad, bad,bad, just like Bush lied,lied,lied.


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