Fun With the AP: Joining the March
3 years in Iraq and the moonbats can't change their tune. Of course, the AP is there to cover it in excruciating detail.
About 200 war veterans, hurricane survivors and demonstrators gathered Sunday at the Chalmette National Cemetery to protest how the military conflict overseas had hurt the country's ability to help the Gulf Coast recover from last year's hurricanes.How many were veterans? It must have been the majority since they listed them first. Anything less and they would be misleading the public.
Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, a strident Bush critic, said world opinion is turning against the war as he offered some of his harshest criticisms of the U.S. president in months.Now there is someone who we should listen to. Just because he has ties with Al Qaeda doesn't mean that Hugo doesn't care about the American people.
"The world is opposed to your war, Mr. Danger," Chavez said Sunday on his weekly television and radio program. He also called Bush a "coward," a "donkey" and a "drunkard."
Joining the marchers in Chalmette was former Florida National Guard Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia, a conscientious objector from Miami Beach, Fla., who was court-martialed and jailed for desertion.Oh wow, this is much better. Mejia's cowardice should be as an example for all the world on how the left would like us to act. We don't face down adversity, we run from it.
"I joined the military because it seemed to offer stability and camaraderie," he said. "No soldier signs up for a war for oil.
Pardon the constant sarcasm, but I just can't believe that these idiots take themselves seriously. Hey Mejia, I'm still waiting for that oil that we supposedly went to war for. I'm tired of paying $2.50 a gallon.
If anyone out there tries to tell me that the AP is unbiased, I'll make sure that the men in white suits get them into a nice padded room.