In a shocking revelation on Sept 10th by Fox Television News. A morning analyst revealed a recorded bit of nasty dirt in the most prestigious, and most powerful news publication in this nation, The New York Times. Could this be true?
On September 10th, the day before the anticipated Gen Petraeus Report to Congress, the New York Times accepted for publication, a full-page smear advertisement, and it's reported that they even gave the offending Hate Merchant a huge $120,000 discount off the normal $180,000 rate for national distribution of this type Ad.
If this proves true, The Times Paper might be viewed as a willing Accessory to a vile act of treacherous behavior, and subject to legal restraint. General David Petraeus has a long and distinguished record of faithful service to this nation, and to besmirch this clearly honorable man with bold print, stating "GENERAL BETRAY US?", and follow that with 'Cooking the Books for the White House' is, in Snake Hunters View, a Moral and Ethical Outrage!
General David Petraeus, pictured in uniform, chest bedecked with ribbons, exhibiting the degree of honorable combat service, appears on the top one-half of this Dirty Ad. If there is Any Justice Available within our legal system, this foreign-born Sleaze Merchant Soros, should be liable for a very 'substantial money payment', putting the other Deep Pocket Sponsors of Trash on public notice that they are not immune to legal retribution.
Here's the bottom line of that Ad, lest anyone have any doubt:
"Today, before Congress and before the American people, General Petraeus is likely to become General Betray Us".
Additionally, although the front-running Democratic Nominee, Ms Hillary Clinton was loathe to call the senior officer a Liar, She offered this phraseology: "The willing suspension of disbelief."
Now to the humorous part, a welcome relief for most Americans. It's now revealed three days after the above scurrilous printing, that a Republican Nominee, has demanded equal space, and an Equal Discount for his campaign. Well today, Sept 14th, there's Rudy Giuliani's Response in the New York Times. "How Sweet It Is!"...to quote the immortal Jackie Gleason.
Since The New York Times is actively complicit in this brute-ugly campaign, they might also suffer some Money Damages for the attempted and deliberate Character Assassination of a Gentleman, and an outstanding U.S. Military Officer.
At the very least, their nation-wide customer subscription rate, and concurrent advertising revenue should be the first to fall. reb
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