Friday, December 24, 2004
CONTEST THE VOTE
“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over.” Luke, VI, 36.
“We must take care to indulge only in such generosity as will help our friends and hurt no one; for nothing is generous, if it is not at the same time just.” Cicero
THURSDAY, Dec. 23 (HealthDayNews) -- Money problems are the leading cause of holiday stress for Americans, says a survey by the American Psychological Association (APA).
“Holiday” stress, eh? Damned liberals won’t even call it “Christmas” stress. But this psy ops pandering is what gives me hives:
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) - The questions from the troops for Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld were considerably more friendly on his Christmas Eve visit to Iraq than they were on his previous trip to the region a couple of weeks ago.
"How do we win the war in the media?" asked one soldier in Mosul. Another soldier in Tikrit wondered why there is not more coverage of reconstruction efforts going on in the country.
"I guess what's news has to be bad news to get on the press," Rumsfeld responded to the first question — after supposing, with a big grin, "that does not sound like a question that was planted by the press."
No, that sounds more like a question that was planted by a CO and the lapdog media treats it as a “balance” story. Please, contest the vote. And call on the German Federal Prosecutor to INVESTIGATE RUMSFELD and other U.S. officials for war crimes at Abu Ghraib. See if that “big grin” is operative in a courtroom.
And that’s it for the RDF psy ops team today.