Liberals are Their own Worst Enemy … Liberal NY Times Smear Attack on John McCain … The Right & Rush Limbaugh come to Mc Cain’s Defense

How much does the Left fear John McCain as a candidate?

How moronic and stupid could the left possibly be? The attempted drive by smear of the NY Times of soon to be Republican nominee John McCain may just be what the doctor ordered for the right to embrace McCain. Thank you NY Times. Even liberal blogs are very skeptical of the NY Times drive by hit piece on John McCain.

One would have thought that with Hillary Clinton’s recent tale of woe and consecutive losses in the Democratic primaries that it would be her and the Clinton machine that would have attacked Barack Obama and fauxtoshopped pics of Obama, clowns and farm animals would have miraculously surfaced. Instead it was the liberal rag, the New York Times that released and old, tired and previously denied story regarding John Mc Cain and a lobbyists that reared their ugly and biased head.

The New York Times in their liberal bias stupidity have awoke a sleeping giant and unleashed their worst nightmare. Rush Limbaugh has come out in defense of John McCain.

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Missing Persons in the News (Wallace Richards III, Corey Brooks & Olamide Adeyooye)

Wallace M. Richards III, 23, Berkeley, CA Missing

Wallace M. Richards III was last seen on November 12, 2005 around 11 AM in the 1300 block of Kearny Street in San Francisco. Police describe Mr. Richards as follows:
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Steven Carrington is the Stepfather of Teketria Buggs confesses to killing Corey Brooks

Steven Carrington, the stepfather of Teketria Buggs whose body was found earlier this week in the Brazos River, has confessed to the killing of Cory Brooks. Corey Brooks has been missing since 1998.
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Maurice Wallace pleads Not Guilty in death of student ISU Olamide Adeyooye

This is really no surprise, but more of a formality in this day and age. What, could a criminal actually plead guilty? Never. Maurice Wallace pleads “Not Guilty” in death of student ISU Olamide Adeyooye.
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Maurice Wallace charged in the murder of Olamide Adeyooye

Maurice Wallace, a 27 year old man, is being charged with three counts of first degree murder and two counts of concealing a homicide and theft of a motor vehicle in the death of Olamide Adeyooye.

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Editorials on the Aruban Boycott and Natalee Holloway from The Anniston Star

The following are some editorials from the Anniston Star. Reading the many editorials that are printed, they all seem to follow the same pattern. Those that support the boycott have been following the case from the beginning and are parents. They also are outraged by what has and has not happened in the investigation. The boycott is not looked upon as a state or US economic sanctioned boycott, but one of person choice at the outrage of how events were handled in the Natalee Holloway investigation. Then there are those that feel the family has the right, but the government should not be involved. Those that are against the boycott do so by seemingly blaming the victim, family and friends rather than a “criminal” element whoever that may be. There also seem to be other factors that skew one towards not only being against the boycott, but also against the family and thus the victim.

Those against the boycott also in many cases play the race card. As one of the individuals writing stated, “The blacks that are missing in the state of Alabama are never mentioned or cared about. This is the hypocrisy of Alabama officials. If you are not a socialite or have money in America, you are at the bottom on all lists of justice”. That is not entirely true as in the post-Natalee missing persons world, the media has paid much more attention to missing persons cases. Rest assured as well there are many white people that never get their names mentioned either. Keep in mind whether right or wrong only a select few missing persons cases make it to the level of constant media attention. That does not mean that the cases are not investigated. Also keep in mind when stating that blacks missing are not covered and its only about “pretty white females”, recently three of the most high profile cases have been about blacks, Olamide Adeyooye, Leslie Marva Adams, LaToyia Figueroa, and Aarone Thompson.

The other aspect of those who are against the boycott manage to use completely non-starter issues that literally make no sense and could never occur.

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