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    [url=http://www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/books/04/16/iraq.woodward.ap/index.html]http://www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/books/04/1...d.ap/index.html[/url]

    The Democrats and Viacom aren't even trying to hide the fact that they are swindling people. They really think we are all morons.

    It's another book owned by Viacom, promoted on Viacom's flagship TV program, yet presented as "journalism."

    Bitonti, Section - I fully expect you guys to lap this all up like an unquestioning puppy, further proving your "open-mindedness."

    This is too funny.....

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by jets5ever[/i]@Apr 16 2004, 01:49 PM
    [b] [url=http://www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/books/04/16/iraq.woodward.ap/index.html]http://www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/books/04/1...d.ap/index.html[/url]

    The Democrats and Viacom aren't even trying to hide the fact that they are swindling people. They really think we are all morons.

    It's another book owned by Viacom, promoted on Viacom's flagship TV program, yet presented as "journalism."

    Bitonti, Section - I fully expect you guys to lap this all up like an unquestioning puppy, further proving your "open-mindedness."

    This is too funny..... [/b][/quote]
    Here's something else that is equally funny....click on the link 5ever posted for the CNN story and look at the cover of the book; is there any irony that the publishers name Simon & Schuster (or as I like to call them Schiester and Schiester) has obviously been embolden for everyone to see?

    Now...who owns Schiester and Scheister? Viacom!

    Who owns CBS- 60 Minutes?? Viacom!

    Who published the Gizard Clarke book? Schiester & Schiester!

    Whose campaign has M. Sumner Redstone (CEO of Viacom) genorously contributed to thus far???....I'll let all of you fill that one in!

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    Can you imagine how stunned all these boneheads are going to be when this guy gets re-elected after all this? Moveon.org better start planning to sell nylon rope online come November.

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    Weeb - I wish I shared your confidence, but I don't. This is going to be a close, close election, IMO.....

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    Who owns MTV? Viacom. Do you think Mel Karmazin allows his kids to behave like they live in a gangster rap video? Nah. They're at some Manhattan prep school or a boarding school. He wouldn't let his children be fed a steady diet of gratutious sex, *****es, hos, drug use, firearms, criminality. And sound (Not music) totally devoid of soul and talent. If his daughter showed up for Yom Kippur with Snoop Dogg, he'd have the bg one. But for everyone else's kids, antisocial crap is just fine, keep the money coming.

    I'm not a prude or a fuddy duddy. The way the government is going after Howard Stern is a waste of time and money. But most kids are in school at that hour and you can turn off the radio. Rock stars were never role models. And we took them too seriously. But as I watched no-talent Lil'Kim's arrest coverage, I don't recall Jimmy Page and Keith Richards, degenerates they might have been , shooting it out in a blood feud.

    Viacom is allowed to make money. But MTV has become total poison. We're on the brink of raising the first generation of Americans that is less educated than it's parents, in no small part because of MTV and the culure of instant gratification it has celebrated. Thanks, Mel. As much I don't wish to see the government infringe on the 1st Amendment, may they string you up and your stock price go through the floor, you pornographer. Next time "60 Minutes" wants to do a hard-hitting, break-down-the-door attack piece on a public menace destroying the nations' youth, just go down the hall to Karmazin's or MTV's office.

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    I was going to bring that up Bugg but I betcha a bunch of people did not see that "Choose or Loose" special which featured Kerry...it amounted to a 60-minute infomercial for jean francoise'

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    I agree that MTV is crap. But, you know what? Regulating what kids see is their parents' job. You cons are all about personal responsibility, right?


    As for Woodward's book, it must really hurt you guys to see Bush's lies coming undone.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Bob the Jets Fan™[/i]@Apr 16 2004, 07:01 PM
    [b] As for Woodward's book, it must really hurt you guys to see Bush's lies coming undone. [/b][/quote]
    Liberal writers write anti-Bush books, and you think it mean he lies. More power to you.

    There are just as many pro-Bush books, but they don't get the media hype. As a matter of fact, Woodward's first book about Bush was just the opposite. Lefties just love that flip flopping.

    As far as books like this one, I hope more come out. And I hope each one is meaner and nastier than the one before it.

    But you and Osama have your little chuckles...for now.

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    Woodward actually wrote a pro-Bush book, before he wrote one against him.

    Flip flop, flip flop, flip flop...

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    So which is the flip flop; before or after? Or could it be he is telling it; pro or con, like it was reported to him? By the way, I wonder how many people have read the book since it is just coming out this week yet some are already considering it "anti-Bush" because of a few excerpts reported in the media.... For all we know the rest of the book could have praised Bush... I don't know how many sources have to come out before you guys admit that this administration has been obsessed with Iraq from the get go.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by NYJet94[/i]@Apr 18 2004, 05:23 PM
    [b] I don't know how many sources have to come out before you guys admit that this administration has been obsessed with Iraq from the get go. [/b][/quote]
    Who said they weren't? And who cares, besides you libs and the communist-supported anti-war groups? No, you guys hear what you want to hear to help spread your propaganda.

    Iraq was a threat to America before, during and after 9-11. There are even plausible theories that Saddam allied with Al Queda as far back as the Oklamoha City bombing as revenge for Gulf War I. The theory goes that a member of the iraqi intelligence arranged a meeting between terry nichols and ramsi yousef, an al queda bomb making expert, in the Phillipines. Nichols later made the fertilizer bomb that took down the federal building -- in a very al queda like fashion.

    That may or may not be true, but we know:
    Saddam had WMDs.
    Saddam supported all kinds of ME terrorist groups.
    Saddam attempted to assasinate Bush Sr. -- a President of the US.
    Iraq shot at our planes in the no fly zone for 12 years (that alone is an act of war).
    Saddam thumbed his nose at the treaty that ended Gulf War I for 12 years.

    Even without 9-11, Saddam should've gotten the same ass kicking. All 9-11 did was mute the left for about a year.

    You want dots connected except these. Maybe you have stock in the companies that make botox.

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    I thought you were stupid. I was wrong. It is now clear that you are insane. The politics of Nichols and McVeigh are much more aligned with your own than they are with any foreign terrorists.



    Un-friggin-believable.

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    "There are even plausible theories that Saddam allied with Al Queda as far back as the Oklamoha City bombing as revenge for Gulf War I. The theory goes that a member of the iraqi intelligence arranged a meeting between terry nichols and ramsi yousef, an al queda bomb making expert, in the Phillipines. Nichols later made the fertilizer bomb that took down the federal building -- in a very al queda like fashion."

    Wow! Even our President, under the guidance of the 'Almighty", has yet to assert that!

    In all seriousness, though, if Woodward's book is credible, I feel sorry for Colin Powell.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Bob the Jets Fan™[/i]@Apr 18 2004, 11:33 PM
    [b] I thought you were stupid. I was wrong. It is now clear that you are insane. The politics of Nichols and McVeigh are much more aligned with your own than they are with any foreign terrorists.



    Un-friggin-believable. [/b][/quote]
    Baghdad Bob the Jets Fan must not like me. Oh well, guess I won't be sleeping tonight!

    Maybe not as "factual" as the liberal Halliburton conspiracy, but interesting all the same:

    [url=http://www.okcbombing.org/News%20Articles/OKC,%20911%20link/connecting_the_dots.htm]Connecting The Dots: Saddam And Terrorism[/url]

    [url=http://www.okcbombing.org/News%20Articles/OKC,%20911%20link/bombing_linked_binladen.htm]Oklahoma Bombing Linked to Bin Laden[/url]

    [url=http://www.okcbombing.org/News%20Articles/oklahoma_mystery.htm][New] hints of links between Timothy McVeigh and Middle Eastern terrorists[/url]

    And a new book by journalist turned right wing conspirast, Jayna Davis:

    [url=http://www.jaynadavis.com/]The Third Terrorist: The Middle Eastern Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing.[/url]

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    I think it is funny how a lot of these people writing these books were Bush supporters and worked closely with him. They have praised him and the GOP in the past. Some of them have been through several administrations and all pretty much agree that the Bush administration is so bad they felt compelled to tell their story, destroying their political careers and risking it all.

    But no, we shouldn't listen to their accounts, they are just out to make a buck. Its all a vast conspiracy by Viacom.

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    Sean Hannity's book is selling millions of copies. Why didn't 60 Minutes do a fawning, softball interview with him that offered no opposing viewpoints?

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    Since the left nows takes all these charges so seriously, then why dismiss Dolly Kyle Browning, Paula Jones, Whanita Broderick and Jennifer Flowers, yet believe Anita Hill?

    Why dismiss information or books by ex-admin officials/confidants such as Johhny Chung, John Wong, Linda Tripp, Gary Aldrich, Robert "Buzz" Patterson, Dick Morris...

    Shall I continue?

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Spirit of Weeb[/i]@Apr 19 2004, 05:04 PM
    [b] Since the left nows takes all these charges so seriously, then why dismiss Dolly Kyle Browning, Paula Jones, Whanita Broderick and Jennifer Flowers, yet believe Anita Hill?

    Why dismiss information or books by ex-admin officials/confidants such as Johhny Chung, John Wong, Linda Tripp, Gary Aldrich, Robert "Buzz" Patterson, Dick Morris...

    Shall I continue? [/b][/quote]
    No. Facts confuse them.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Section109Row15[/i]@Apr 19 2004, 04:10 PM
    [b] I think it is funny how a lot of these people writing these books were Bush supporters and worked closely with him. They have praised him and the GOP in the past. Some of them have been through several administrations and all pretty much agree that the Bush administration is so bad they felt compelled to tell their story, destroying their political careers and risking it all.

    But no, we shouldn't listen to their accounts, they are just out to make a buck. Its all a vast conspiracy by Viacom. [/b][/quote]
    Who was a Bush supporter? Clarke has in fact stated he voted for Gore in 2000? The economy was in a sh!t spin when O'Neal was treasury secretary...

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    how come when Cheney is ordering troops into IRaq so his "former" company Halliburton can make profit it's a wonder of government

    but when Viacom writes about it for profit all its deplorable

    you honestly think the powers that be don't economically benefit from WAR?

    the Carlyle Group is all i have to say. Its not X_Files its fact

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