Where are the heart-wrenching stories on the front page of the New York Times?
Virtually every day during the Iraq War when George Bush was president the New York Times featured a dead soldier, or many dead soldiers, on its front page. Every day the paper tugged at the heart-strings of Americans at home for their young men and women sent to die by a presidential liar for “no reason” in an “unnecessary war.” Barack Obama has continued both wars started by President Bush (and what does that tell you about liberal lies?) but there are no body bags to be seen, no heart-wrenching stories on the front page of the New York Times, no tales of needlessly dead American soldiers, no stories of American torturers, and no stories of collateral damage to innocent civilians (and how many civilians do you think has Obama blown up)? And why is that? Because the American left was willing to give victory to America’s enemies for political gain at home.