Comments: Does anyone recall the nets and papers headlining the worst of anti-war protests?

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Sunday's Inquirer carried a story about the alleged slurs and the story headline was all about the slur.

I suspect the Inquirer would not have reported the healthcare protest without the "aleged slur".
So today, I cancelled my subscription to the Inquirer. As of Sunday, I refuse to give my hard-earned money to the liberal MSM.

Posted by AJ Lynch at March 22, 2010 04:46 PM

Spot on, Hube.

That's why I gave my post on this the headline I did.

Left Claims Slurs Hurled; I Say "Who Cares?"

After all, it appears that we are talking a mere handful of folks in a crowd of 30K protesters -- a fraction of 1% of the total.

But I'm more inclined to stand with Moe Lane, who notes that in today's political world, we need to presume that "if it wasnít recorded, it didnít happen."

Posted by Rhymes With Right at March 22, 2010 05:10 PM

Excellent point, but it was worse in that the MSM celebrated the bigots when the issue was the war in Iraq. Remember Cindy Sheehan?

Posted by soccer dad at March 23, 2010 01:36 PM

I happened to be watching O'Reily discuss these alleged incidents last night. Dana Loesch was his guest. The pompous windbag actually was asking Dana to prove a negative. What a dullard.

Posted by Fred Gregory at March 23, 2010 02:12 PM