March 6, 2013

NYT: Never met an enemy of America they didn’t like

That’s right. Take the newly late and profoundly unlamented — except, of course, by Hollywood liberals, the New York Times and the rest of the “communism trumps America, any day” crowd — Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez…

From the Media Research Center.

Wash Post’s Eugene Robinson Appears on MSNBC to Praise ‘Quick,’ ‘Popular,’ Funny Hugo Chavez

Within minutes of the death of death of repressive socialist Hugo Chavez on Tuesday, MSNBC featured ex-Washington Post managing editor Eugene Robinson to fawn over the “quick,” “popular” leader. Though Robinson allowed that “freedom of speech suffered greatly” under Chavez, he praised, “He provided medical attention that the poor of Venezuela hadn’t received before, and, and, frankly, it was the first time in many decades that a leader had paid that kind of attention to the poor majority in Venezuela.”

With a nostalgic grin on his face, Robinson told guest Hardball host Michael Smerconish about the time he met the “quick-witted” anti-American. “He came to the Washington Post and there were several of us waiting to greet him,” the liberal journalist giddily recounted. Robinson continued, “I didn’t know if he spoke English at the time, so I introduced myself to him in Spanish when he got to me in the line, and he shook my hand and looked up at me and kind of grinned and said, ‘hello, my name is Hu.’”

Read on.


Having seen what our mainstream media’s socialist embeds have to say, for some reading that the left-hand side of our population ought to take the time for, here’s a really spot-on piece by Right Thinking Ion Mihai Pacepa at PJ Media.

by @ 11:08 am. Filed under Left Wing Media