AP stands for Associated Propaganda; NYT stands for DNC
of how mainstream journalism has become simply an organ of left wing propaganda , without even a pretence of being journalism. The first
is from the AP:
By MATTI FRIEDMAN
JERUSALEM (AP)—Benjamin Netanyahu appealed to his moderate rivals Friday to join him after the hard-liner was formally tapped to put together Israel’s next ruling coalition—an alliance that would dilute the power of nationalists bent on derailing Mideast peace talks.
Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, in a seeming about-face, indicated she might be willing to come on board a Netanyahu government.
But Livni, a centrist, would certainly exact a high price: sharing the prime minister’s job she so fervently sought with a reluctant Netanyahu. Should he balk, his alternative would be an unstable coalition of right-wingers sure to collide with the Obama administration and its ambitious plans for ending 60 years of conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Got that? A right-wing government would clash with the Obama administration, because the latter has a “plan” to end the 60 year old conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. The right-wingers don’t want to end the conflict. They stand in the way of the plan to end the conflict.
And now, from today’s New York Times, a front page article that reads as though it were written by the White House press office or the Democratic National Committee:
Survey Reveals Broad Support for President
Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 24, 2009 10:37 AM | Send
By JEFF ZELENY and MEGAN THEE-BRENAN
Published: February 23, 2009
President Obama is benefiting from remarkably high levels of optimism and confidence among Americans about his leadership, providing him with substantial political clout as he confronts the nation’s economic challenges and opposition from nearly all Republicans in Congress, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
A majority of people surveyed in both parties said Mr. Obama was striving to work in a bipartisan way, but most faulted Republicans for their response to the president, saying the party had objected to the $787 billion economic stimulus plan for political reasons. Most said Mr. Obama should pursue the priorities he campaigned on, the poll found, rather than seek middle ground with Republicans….