Friday, March 09, 2007

Washington Post Comes Out In Favor Of Treason

Washington, D.C. - In a startling editorial released shortly after the conviction of Scooter Libby on four counts of perjury and obstruction of justice relating to the crime of exposing a CIA agent and in the process destroying an entire intelligence gathering network, the Washington Post has stated that perjury, obstruction of justice and even treason are acceptable as long as they are committed by Republicans.

In explaining their pro-perjury, pro-treason position, Washington Post managing editor Fred Hiatt had this to say, "Look, we supported the neocons when they lied us into the war in Iraq. We have been solidly pro-war and pro-Bush every step of the way regardless of the facts. We have also used our paper and in particular our editorial pages to demonize and smear any and all critics of the Bush administration and the war in Iraq. Given this history, I don't see how anyone can expect the Washington Post to act responsibly, fairly and with integrity at this point. That is why we have come out in favor of perjury, obstruction of justice and even treason as it relates specifically to Scooter Libby and more generally to the entire Bush administration. Of course, if we were taking about a Democrat having consensual sex in the White House, that would be an entirely different matter and something we would strongly condemn."

1 Comments:

Anonymous DolphinSpeaks said...

The Post owes the nation an apology for their propaganda in support of the Iraq war.

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