Washington Times: Still hasn't been burned down by an angry mob

Even after all that hard work by John Gorenfeld exposing the Rev. Sun Myung Moon crowning himself the Messiah, the insane voice of the Moon-owned Washington Times is still tolerated and encouraged in D.C. In fact, Marlyand representative Roscoe Bartlett (yes, his real name) claimed he attended the ceremony in honor of the Times:

"I'm a conservative," he said. "I'm delighted that we have a middle-of-the-road paper in Washington."
That's right... the Washington Times is middle-of-the-road. The same Times, by the way, printed this editorial a couple weeks ago:

One reason is that it's too blindingly obvious that Mr. Clinton's book should have been titled "My Lie." All of that stuff about Hillary being mad, making him sleep on the couch, going to marriage counselors for a year, yada yada, is all made up. They have had a pact for decades: He gets to fool around with women, and she gets to fool around with women (plus the occasional man like Vince Foster).

Yes, she's bisexual -- I disclosed that in an infamous Strategic Investment column in January 1993, and Dick Morris publicly revealed it a few years ago. You knew that, right?
Wow, that passage would make even Matt Drudge blush like a schoolgirl. And this crap was actually printed. Yes, in a newspaper! Ah, but not just any newspaper; a middle-of-the-road newspaper. Which we should all love and treasure.

Just remember not to confuse Moonie mass-arranged "marriages" with gay "marriage" (in quotes per WT style).

No comments:

Post a Comment