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Liberals still using Nazi label; MSM has no problem with it

Swastikas and Nazi References at Pro-Illegal Immigration Rally, Will Media Care?
May 30, 2010 by Noel Sheppard

For over a year, America’s media have been depicting Tea Partiers as homophobic racists citing inflammatory signs at rally events as evidence.

On Saturday, pro-illegal immigration supporters in Phoenix, Arizona, carried signs quite similar to what our press found repulsive and extreme when present at conservative protests.

Will swastikas and the Arizona governor being referred to as “Adolf Brewer” be equally unacceptable to America’s media?

Before you answer, consider the following news segment from NBC12 in Phoenix wherein an anti-SB 1070 protester was interviewed holding a sign emblazoned with swastikas claiming “Republicans Breed Ignorance,” and the reporter didn’t even bat an eye (video follows with commentary and additional pictures):

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Frank Rich Blames Oil Spill on Bush, Cheney, Beck, Palin, Tea Party and Rand Paul

Frank Rich Blames Oil Spill on Bush, Cheney, Beck, Palin, Tea Party and Rand Paul
May 30, 2010 by Noel Sheppard

With the Gulf Coast oil spill appearing to spin out of control, the Obama-loving media are now working overtime to shelter the President from any possible blame.

Exhibit A: New York Times columnist Frank Rich’s pathetic piece published Sunday.

Almost incomprehensibly, “Obama’s Katrina? Maybe Worse” is more of hit piece on the Bush administration than a serious analysis of the failings of the current White House to do anything to prevent the environmental disaster slamming the Gulf Coast after that oil well exploded almost six weeks ago.

But that’s just the beginning, for Rich actually ends up pointing fingers at Dick Cheney, Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, and Rand Paul:

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