Long before his first 100 days in office are up, President Bush
has rattled the liberal media, which includes all three
so-called major networks (ABC, CBS and NBC), into major
anti-Bush spins on his person and attacks on his program.
It's obvious they miss the former Liberal-in-Chief and his
policies of throwing America to her enemies. And yes,
China is an enemy. A trading partner is not a friend
because they are a trading partner. Apparently the media
cares not to make this distinction, any more than they care to
spell the word "reconnaissance" in preference to
labeling the downed American craft that is now being held on
Hainan Island a "spy plane."
The media seemed delighted to travel with Dubya during his
campaign. First, he was hospitable and entertaining, an
enjoyable person. Second, and more importantly, the media
felt they had not a single thing to fear from this
English-mangling comic, because surely Al Gore was going to win.
So the Washington press corps was along for the ride, for the
food and drinks, and for some entertainment.
Dubya, like a fox, made no effort whatsoever to fight back to
defend his ability or his intelligence. He had made his
agenda clear, they didn't believe he could do it even if he
managed to win (and they didn't believe he would be president)
and now they're faced with a new administration that's as tough
as Texas rawhide. So what do they resort to?
Ridicule. And how does President Bush respond? By
ignoring it. That is called "class" ...
something the past eight years has been missing and to which
we've become unaccustomed now. But it's class.
Even the biggest liberal Democrat ever elected in Arizona,
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz), who registered and ran on the
Republican ticket, has attempted to shove much needed tax reform
on the back burner of the congressional agenda to get his
campaign finance reform package up front, and his buds in the
liberal media have given him the space and the copy, the praise
and the glory, because a conservative McCain is not. He
isn't even a war hero. At best, he can be called a Nam
survivor, a former POW, and the husband of an enormously wealthy
brewery heiress. McCain is vengeful, spiteful, arrogant,
ill-tempered, at times irrational and venomously hateful toward
President Bush. McCain's liberal agenda is obvious,
including the 60-day gag rule in the McCain-Feingold bill that
must be ruled unconstitutional. Whatever the outcome, the
senator delights in the limelight, and even more if that
limelight comes at the president's expense. The media has
given him his hour of glory. What a delightful asset to Arizona
this senator has proved to be ... not!
President No. 43 knew precisely what kind of hostility he
would be facing when elected. He would have the
disappointed Democrats, the RINO's (Republicans In Name Only),
and the media against him. He didn't come to Washington
alone, however, he came with a pre-picked staff of adult,
competent, mature people to do a job, not to play games with the
media and the airheads.
Texans are noted for their ability to talk at great lengths
and tell tall tales. You have observed neither from
President Bush. Texans are fabled for their quick tempers
and quick draw. We have observed maximum self-control from
Pres. W. We see a businessman in office, with a team of
executives running the various offices of the country, turning
it back towards respectability and mature leadership.
That tells you the man is really crazy ... LIKE A FOX!
The China Threat: How the
People's Republic Targets America
by Bill Gertz
Red Dragon Rising: Communist
China's Military Threat to America
by Edward Timperlake & William C. Triplett II
China's Plan to Dominate Asia and the World
by Steven W. Mosher
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