Wednesday, July 16, 2008

FOX NEWS. MSNBC AND CNN CONTINUE TO LIE TO AMERICA ABOUT IRAQ WAR

The three cable news stations, FOX NEWS, MSNBC and CNN, continue to LIE to the American people about the war. To hear EVERY anchor/commentator and reporter on the three stations say it you would think "the surge" had been a roaring success.

Here is an example of what FOX NEWS, MSNBC and CNN will NOT report because it would upset the McCain applecart about how well "the surge" is doing"

18 KILLED, INCLUDING CHILDREN, IN LATEST SUICIDE BOMBING IN BAGHDAD

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/iraq;_ylt=AvIrZHt0ZYyBfm29VrXr3GZX6GMA

109 KILLED OR WOUNDED IN TALAFAR FROM CAR BOMB

http://www.aswataliraq.info/look/english/article.tpl?IdLanguage=1&IdPublication=4&NrArticle=86027&NrIssue=2&NrSection=1

BOMBINGS KILL 22 IN IRAQ'S NORTH

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/07/16/AR2008071600470.html

ONE U.S. SOLDIER, 26 IRAQIS KILLED: 129 IRAQIS WOUNDED

http://www.antiwar.com/updates/?articleid=13144

Does this look like "the surge" is a roaring success like they keep saying 24/7 on FOX NEWS, MSNBC and CNN?

Commentary by Bill Corcoran, editor, CORKSPHERE:

I'm more convinced than ever that because the mainstream media are owned by big corporations who are raking in tons of money off the Iraq war they have been given instructions to just keep lying to the American public on how well "the surge" has worked.

There is only one major problem with the lies FOX NEWS, MSNBC and CNN are peddling and that is they are TRAITORS to the brave young men and women serving in Iraq and their loving families back in the United States.

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