Monday, December 15, 2008

Bush dodges shoes: new video game. The Press Sucks.



The press in US has been clueless ever since the Bush administration started the invade Iraq campaign. No investigative journalism: the Valerie Plame affair (the outing of a CIA agent who is married to a former diplomat husband who exposed the quest of Iraq for nuclear material to be a fabrication by British intelligence) was uncovered by Congress, and the resulting trial, the press was clueless. weapons of mass destruction,11 years after sanctions against iraq, press clueless. Iraq a threat to American security after 11 years of sanctions, not researched or questioned by Press. Now this: ``It's obvious that (Bush) could have been hit in the head with a shoe,'' said a secret service agent. and then this I quote:

While Bush wasn't harmed, the incident was reminiscent of John W. Hinckley's failed attempt to assassinate President Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981 . Hinckley slipped into a crowd of reporters outside the Washington Hilton , and when Reagan emerged from a speaking appearance, the 25-year-old drifter fired six shots with a .22-caliber handgun, hitting Reagan in the chest, permanently disabling presidential press secretary Jim Brady with a bullet to the head and wounding a Secret Service agent and a police officer.

What? Some guy threw his shoes at the President, to shame him. how is this like a psycho nut mixing with a crowd and shooting at Pres reagan? How is this anything like that? is the press brain dead?

An Iraqi citizen threw his shoes at Pres Bush and said goodbye you dog: have you any idea how many Arabs would like that opportunity? Bush wasnt hurt, he wasnt even hit, in fact he waived off secret service intervention because he knew he was safe.

I give up on the American press. brainless.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is a terrible, horrid, awful local news team in my area which represent themselves as investigative journalists when they are merely paparazzi and pulp writers who happen to carry press cards.

I like to think of myself as open minded, but I feel like my intelligence as a viewer is being assaulted when I watch that news show.

It's a sad thing indeed.

coffee fiend said...

these shoe throwing games are too funny