Sunday, March 09, 2008

What is wrong with the New York Times

Just a couple of weeks ago, the NYT made every attempt to imply that John McCain had an affair. They had no evidence.

A week later, the NYT then made the suggestion that John McCain could not run for President because he was not born in America. Implying that since McCain was born in Panama, while his father served the US Military, he could not be President. The NY Times was wrong.

The latest attack by the NY Times is to imply that John McCain has cancer. Implying that since McCain has not turned over his health records to the NY Times, therefore McCain may not be healthy enough to be President.

But this time around, Mr. McCain has yet to make his full medical records or his physicians available to reporters. At least three times since March 2007, campaign officials have told The New York Times that they would provide the detailed information about his current state of health, but they have not done so.

First of all, doesn't every American have a right to keep their medical records private?

In the absense of knowing McCain's exact medical condition, the New York Times begins to imply that something more serious might be happening.

Some of these doctors have noted in e-mail messages and in comments to reporters that the surgery appeared to be so extensive that they were surprised his melanoma was not more serious — perhaps Stage III, which would give him a bleaker prognosis. These doctors said they would be surprised to learn that such an operation would be performed without evidence that the melanoma had spread.

It is official, the New York Times is the lowest denomination of media in the world.

Most reporters for the New York Times are bunch of left wing, liberal preaching extremist Democrats bent on destroying anything and anyone that does not agree with their agenda.

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