Thursday, November 02, 2006

'Commie' Hersh Up To His Old, OLD Tricks:

Seymour Hersh Slams Bush At McGill Address

The bad news,” investigative reporter Seymour Hersh told a Montreal audience last Wednesday, “is that there are 816 days left in the reign of King George II of America.” The good news? “When we wake up tomorrow morning, there will be one less day.”

He wants our boys home so they can be spat upon--as the anti-war leftists did to the soldiers returning from Viet Nam? He provides no example, no proof, for his traitorous comments and blood libel. I see, in his lifetime, he certainly was brave enough to defend this country--ha! It's a pity a man like this execrable POS can't be locked up for the good of society...


Anonymous z said...

And people wonder why we're hated around the world? I've said over and over again to stop blaming the's WE who export this hate, it's WE who only have the NY Times owned Herald Tribune all throughout Europe and Asia, it's WE who only have Int'l CNN on English speaking television all over the world...WE export our hate.

I'd say this has got to stop, but after events of the last weeks, I don't think stopping anything's going to help save our world.

BOy, am I pessimistic today! After hearing Murdock's NY Post endorses Hillary though she's only 'okay'? SOmething's up folks, and we knew Murdock sold out to Arabs on the FOX CHANNEL, but this, too? They have our textbook publishers, our media, and now our conservative media? THey really could win.
I never thought I'd see the day.

Pray.....God's in charge, sometimes I just feel he's in hiding..and who wouldn't be?!!

2:15 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Don't be discouraged--politics runs in a cycle. I thoroughly believe one day we'll need a new George Washington to reestablish what this country and the west stands for. People will have to re-do it until they get it right--and maybe humans aren't built that way; perhaps every couple hundred years they'll need to relearn the lesson.

3:04 PM  

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