Tuesday, November 22, 2005


Liberal Bias? Say It Ain't So...

Since Michael Silence is a member of the MSM who blogs off of a MSM site, I am always fascinated by what he chooses to write about. Here are the topics of discussion over at No Silence Here:

The Justice that stole the Election speaks (Factually inaccurate.)
There is no effort to minimize Christmas - It's just a bunch of greedy lawyers (Of course, most of the Christian lawyers are donating their time...)
Rep. Schmidt implied that Rep. Murtha was a coward (This is not true, by the way.)
Gov. Bredesen is popular (Of course, no reference to the other polls to the contrary.)

If I didn't know better, I would paint Silence as leaning towards the Left. History dictates that doesn't seem to be the case (Michael is an admitted friend of 2006 U.S. Senate candidate Van Hilleary), but it sure does seem to be a trend I have picked up on lately.

(Memo to Mike: No offense intended, of course. Just noting a trend that I have spotted.)

"Rep. Schmidt implied that Rep. Murtha was a coward (This is not true, by the way.)"

Not true on what planet? Did you see the video? She absolutely called him a coward. She _was_ weasely about it. And Bubp is now denying he told her to say any of that. But I don't know how else you could characterize this:

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Yes, I observed Rep. Schmidt reading a letter from one of her constituents on the House floor. Say what you wish, but the opinions exhibited there were from a third party. To say anything else is to know the mind of Rep. Schmidt, which I certainly do not and, I expect, neither do you.


Well, you're right, I don't know what might be in her mind. I don't think I want to know what's in there.

You said it was "not true" that she implied Murtha was a coward. I think the video evidence refutes your statement.

Anyhow... Have a happy Thanksgiving.
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