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Archive for 27 October 2009
Light ‘em Up, Fox News
by Ted Nugent
Our student body president never talks about the books he read as a youth. But I’m betting that before he became an accomplished community organizer, he read Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, because he follows those rules more often than not.
Obama loves the media as long as it loves him, and not a New York minute longer. And against those voices in the media who take him on he employs Alinsky’s rules: isolate marginalize, and render the adversary ineffective for starters.
The first target of Barry O’s administration was radio juggernaut Rush Limbaugh. The Big O administration tried to isolate and marginalize him by claiming Rush was the leader of the Republican Party and making him responsible for all its faults and foibles. That Alinsky strategy struck a media iceberg and sank into oblivion. Rush is more popular than ever for all the right reasons.
Their second target is now Fox News, which Barry O’s administration claims is a mouthpiece for the Republican Party and, as such, has imposed a White House blockade against Fox News in hopes of damaging the fair and balanced network.
Peter Gadiel wants everyone to remember his son, James, who was killed during the September 11 terrorist attacks.
And he also wants people to remember how he died: “Murdered by Muslim terrorists.”
For Gadiel, any tribute to his son would be woefully incomplete without those words.
I tend to agree with Mr Gadiel. The young man was murdered….by MUSLIM terrorists.
“I think it’s important, because I think there’s a nationwide effort to suppress the identity of the people who were involved in the attacks,” Gadiel told Fox News.
Unfortunately, he’s right. All in the name of “diversity”. Screw diversity. If some people want to forget who carried out the murders of 3,000 people, that’s their prerogative. Don’t ask a grieving father, or anyone else, with an ounce of common sense to do the same.