Saturday, May 28, 2005

L.A. Times proves their bias

"The Frist Problem."

Well, if they don't prove throught this article their bias, then what does?

"The best thing a Senate majority leader with presidential aspirations can do is

"Of course, abandoning the Senate didn't exactly help Dole in the presidential election, but his campaign was beyond rescue anyway. Dole quit in part because his evident mastery of its rules left the impression that he cared more about recondite parliamentary tactics than he did about the presidency."

And NOT abondoning the Senate didn't help John Kerry either (oh yah ... justifying Kerry right now ... nevermind ... wink/nod) ...

"Frist was right to try to get rid of the filibuster. But the defection of seven members of his own party, who joined with seven Democrats to reach a compromise on judicial nominations and leave the filibuster intact, didn't reflect well on his leadership skills. ..."

"That battle lost, Frist moved on to another defeat, on a bill that would ease restrictions on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. ..."

"And then on Thursday, Frist stood by as Democrats forced a delay in the confirmation of John Bolton ..."

So is the L.A. Times admitting that the "delay" of Boltons nomination is simply another filibuster?

"he would do well to remember that the Hippocratic oath should apply to the Senate as well: First do no harm."

And the MSM would do even better to stop the hypocricy period.

Hay L.A. Times ... Pot ... Kettle .. Black !

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