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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Can't say I'm surprised

I mean, who gives a shit about valor, honor, duty, and courage at the NYT when there's Bush to be defeated and Dimocrats to support?

November 14, 2006 -- The nation's highest honor for combat valor was awarded posthumously to a U.S. Marine from upstate New York on Friday - and The New York Times didn't notice.

It was a shameful act of neglect, though not surprising in the least.

"As long as we have Marines like Cpl. [Jason] Dunham, America will never fear for her liberty," a clearly moved President Bush said at the dedication of the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va.

It was only the second MOH awarded in the Iraq war, and it was major news everywhere - especially in New York.

But . . . not a word in the Times

They're not anti-war, their anti-American. They work for the enemy, and do their best to demoralize the US and our allies.

We need to stop letting the moonbats define the debate, and call them what they are.

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