Thursday, October 30, 2008

"People Demand The Media To Release Tape"
















"This Is What Democracy Looks Like"




People demand LA Times to release the tapes of Obama, and Khalidi...

Rashid Khalidi was a well known former Palestinian Liberation Organization operative, and sympathiser...

L.A. Times spokeswoman Nancy Sullivan wouldn't discuss the decision not to release the tape in detail. "When we reported on the tape six months ago, that was our full report," she said, and asked, "Does Politico release unpublished information?" The answer to that question is yes — Politico and most news outlets constantly make available videos and documents, after describing them in part, which is why the Times' decision not to release the video is puzzling. My instinct, and many reporters', is to share as much source material as possible.

Brit Hume opened his Fox News show with this story today, and reported that the Times is now saying “No comment.”
LA Times excuses so far:
* “We did report on it. Why aren’t you happy with that?”
* “There are ethical problems with releasing the tape.”
* “No comment.”
(1) "We release the details by reporting what's in the tape"

(2) "We can't release the details because it's unethical"

(3) "We're not going to comment about how we're not releasing the details"

Los Angeles Times needs to release the video tape of Barack Obama toasting former PLO spokesman Rashid Khalidi, at a party attended by radical Palestinian activists and former Weather Underground terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

2 comments:

prsmith said...

We CAN get that tape but it will take us all. . .

I don’t know if there’s anything on that tape or not. I do know that we have a RIGHT to find out. Since the LA Times refuses to release it, we have little option but to force them to do so.

If you live in LA or subscribe to the LA Times, I strongly encourage you to:

a.) Cancel you subscription -- TODAY!
b.) Make sure the newspaper knows why you cancelled.
c.) Grab a copy of the paper and make sure that their advertisers, especially the big ones, know that you’ve cancelled and why.
d.) Make sure the newspaper knows you’re talking to their advertisers.
e.) If you can spare some time, picket/protest the LA Times offices.
f.) Encourage your friends, neighbors, coworkers, family, etc. to do the same.
g.) Copy this message to every BLOG you visit.

If we hit them hard enough on their bottom line, they WILL release the tape.

Anonymous said...

We are witnessing the facist takeover of our country.