Victory: It tastes like burning!

FAIR has a great rundown on the media’s history of objective, balanced and insightful commentary on the American invastion of Iraq:
President Bush explains his doctrine of preemtion
“Now that the combat phase of the war in Iraq is officially over, what begins is a debate throughout the entire U.S. government over America’s unrivaled power and how best to use it.”
(CBS reporter Joie Chen, 5/4/03)

“Congress returns to Washington this week to a world very different from the one members left two weeks ago. The war in Iraq is essentially over and domestic issues are regaining attention.”
(NPR‘s Bob Edwards, 4/28/03)

“Tommy Franks and the coalition forces have demonstrated the old axiom that boldness on the battlefield produces swift and relatively bloodless victory. The three-week swing through Iraq has utterly shattered skeptics’ complaints.”
(Fox News Channel‘s Tony Snow, 4/27/03)

There’s more at the website.  Be sure to check it out, it’s a real hoot.
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5 Responses to “Victory: It tastes like burning!”

  1. Adorable Girlfriend Says:

    Oh no, mister. We do not have gun cakes and cartoons with guns over here at RoD. This ain’t no 3 Cobags site.

  2. blue girl Says:

    On April 16, 2003 our family went out to dinner for my stepfather’s birthday and he, being the conservative Chairman of the Board that he is, whipped out a WSJ op-ed and read it out loud to me — about how the war was a cake walk and how stupid the liberals really are.

    He was so proud of himself with that little article. I didn’t say much at the time. But, boy — his birthday is coming up and soon we’ll be at the same restaurant sitting in the same booth — and I’m going to ask him if he brought that little article with him this time, cuz I’d sure love to hear his story again.

  3. teh l4m3 Says:

    I’m so hungry I could eat at Arby’s…

  4. Pinko Punko Says:

    Arby’s ROCKS!

  5. Pinko Punko Says:

    BG yous ismply must throw that article in the old dude’s face. Try not to give him a stroke.

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