Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Faux News supports the troops

Shorter Ralph Peters, Faux News military analyst: "Take no prisoners. I am directing my remarks, of course, to the Taliban."

This man's view of the media, by the way, is...interesting, although the sentiment is hardly original:

"Although it seems unthinkable now, future wars may require censorship, news blackouts and, ultimately, military attacks on the partisan media."

Umm...been there, done that.

But if you want to try to grasp the way far-right conservatives think, read the whole article. After pouring yourself a stiff drink.

[H/t Unrepentant Old Hippie, Boris at The Galloping Beaver]

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