Snatched from Atlas
L.A. Times sits on video of Obama toasting radical Jew-basher
Jim Hoft has the story on the damning video of Barack Obama that theÂ L.A. Times refuses to release.
Writes Jim: “It’s hard to imagine that the LA Times would hold onto a video of Sarah Palin praising an anti-Semitic radical and former PLO operative…”
Exactly. Guess the reporter doesn’t want to open himself up to theÂ Joe the Plumber treatment.
Mark SteynÂ exposes the engine driving the hype of a Barack Obama win:
According to newspaper reports, polls show that most people believe newspaper reports claiming that most people believe polls showing that most people have read newspaper reports agreeing that polls show he’s going to win.
The map of newspaper endorsementsÂ confirm the US presidential election is essentially a class war. It’s metropolitan vs small town; city vs country; insider vs outsider; media class vs the people furthest from the microphones, cameras and keyboards. Sarah Palin symbolises the clash more than any of the other three people on the tickets – and it’s no wonder that big-city, metropolitan media outlets have spent so muchÂ sweatÂ andÂ vitriolÂ on trying to destroy her. TheÂ venomÂ of the Left has nothing to do with policy, but everything with identity.
Â by Michelle Malkin