Let me preface this by saying that not all of the media hate America and not all hate the US soldiers. But there are some that have just gone off of the deep end.
The following blogs were written by Time Magazine's Andrew Sullivan. On Friday June 2nd, the BBC came out with a new accusation against American soldiers for there actions in Ishaqi. By early Friday evening, the American soldiers in Ishaqi had been cleared of any wrong doing.
Follow the blogs that were posted by Time Magazine's Andrew Sullivan writes:
"A reader captures what has been in my mind and gut for the last few days:
'The BBC just released a video alleging yet another covered-up massacre of civilians by American personel [sic] in Iraq. 5 women, 4 children, and 2 men in Ishaqi in March. Just when I think I'm totally numb, I find out a fellow American may have executed a 6 month-old baby in the name of protecting me, and I can't hold back tears. What country are we in?'
The same country that now practices torture. Cheney country."--Time magazine's Andrew Sullivan, June 2, 2:55pm
Later Time Magazine's Andrew Sullivan writes:
Raw Story has now posted some photos of the corpses of children murdered in Ishaqi. Don't go there if you are squeamish, or believe that possible war crimes should not be covered by the media. Investigations continue, and exactly what happened has not been established. But the omens are grim. And these pictures of infants with bullet holes in their skulls simply defy my comprehension of what has happened to this country. ."--Time magazine's Andrew Sullivan, June 2, 3:49pm
Now that the news has been released that American Soldiers had been cleared of wrong doing, Time Magazine's Andrew Sullivan writes:
The conclusions about Ishaqi also seem to me to be provisional. More evidence may yet emerge. We should be cautious about drawing any firm conclusions yet.."--Time magazine's Andrew Sullivan, June 2, 7:54pm
Right here is one of the most egregious examples of media bias against America and against American troops that I have ever seen. To actually assume that an American soldier would execute a 6-month old baby without knowing any of the facts- is despicable!
Time magazine likes to call themselves a "respectable" magazine. Not anymore!
A gigantic hat tip to JAMES TARANTO from the Wall Street Journal's "Best of the Web Today" for picking up on this and sending it out to all the subscribers of the "Best of the Web Today"