Skip to comments.Pinch–Your name is Quisling
Posted on 07/03/2006 7:37:02 AM PDT by veronica
New York Times, Pinch Sulzberger, Rumsfield
With the publication of the location, security details, and the local topography surrounding Mr. Rumsfelds home in Maryland in its June 30th Escape section on second homes, as well as similar information on that of Mr. Cheney, in the thinly held guise of public interest, a vaporous veil if there ever was one, the New York Times has seemingly retaliated for being called to task for its incessant hobbling of the war on terror through its repeated release of classified programs over the objections of the Bush administration.
This information, which includes color photos of Mr. Rumsfelds house, driveway, and roadside birdhouse, could serve no other purpose than to alert both the wandering traveler in need of immediate succor and a quick photo opportunity with the Secretary of Defense or, of course, your wandering terrorist, who might also need to get his bearings as he or she to keep the Times happy in the unisex end of things cruised the bucolic countryside in search of high level prey.
Battles of note have interesting names.
We have Monmouth, Thermopylae, Leipzig, Yorktown, Stalingrad, Midway, Waterloo, Tannenberg, The Little Big Horn, Ypres, New Orleans, Chapultepec, 73 Easting, and so on.
Today its time to add 43rd Street to that list and the name of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. to the sorry list of willing collaborators like Tokyo Rose, Lord Haw-Haw, and Hanoi Jane.
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How about "Quis" Sulzberger instead of Pinch?
Why not publish pictures of the residences of NYTimes Board of Directors members: Brenda C. Barnes, Raul E. Cesan, Lynn G. Dolnick, Michael Golden, William F. Kennard, Janet L. Robinson and Thomas Middlehoff. I'm sure they will enjoy the publicity.
The gloves are coming off against The Treason Times.
Pray for W and Our Troops
This is a scathing article, spot on and unfettered. Needs to be bumped frequently.
How about Pinch Laval... give a little French-stench to it.
So crush it already, I'm all for it.
Pinch Sulzberger is a marxist.In an earlier time he'd be arrested and charged with treason.I get the impression he feels he's untouchable.Megalomaniac?
Perhaps it is also time to give up imprecatory prayers for these "children of Belial."
This is outright traitorous. Publishing detailed information about the location and movement of our executive leaders during a time of war should set at the very least set the Secret Service into motion. There has got to be some type of law about this. This paper needs to be shut down in the name of national security.
At the very least, Rumsfeld and Cheney should file a civil lawsuit against the times for endangering their families.
I'm thinking of Robespierre, Trotsky and a whole lot of others: If Sulzberger actually lived in a Marxist society, he's find himself hanging from a lampost in short order.
When you see those photographs of him you begin to understand why the New York Times has become the country's premier homosexual newspaper.
Maybe they should rename it the Village Voice. Oh, that name's already taken.
This was done on purpose and land or water entry makes it more difficult for protection. The NY Times is looking pretty ugly these days. The readers of the NY Times have to decide how they feel about this matter. The advertising customers should be boycotted and told why. A list of NY Times ads on the net and a massive email effort may help.
There is only one reason the treacherous nyt would publish security information on the VP Cheney's house and that is to give information to would be terrorists. The nyt really is an Al Quaeda operative. JessM
You are right. The thing that will hurt the N.Y. Times most is to get to their advertisers. If the advertisers are boycotted and told why, they will think again about where their advertising dollars should be spent.
Here you go. Link by Sweetness & Light
Yet, if someone published on the web pictures of all the doors and security chcekpoints for the NYT Building, "Putz" Sulzberger would go nuts.
Sulzberger:"He'd find himself hanging from a lampost in short order."Either that or slowly worked to death in a gulag.Classic marxist m.o.-eliminate trouble makers.
What were his SAT scores?
It takes a Canadian publication to point this out. I wonder why.
My wife is apolitical and out of the loop on this sort of thing. When she read the NY Times and saw this (being a displaced NYer, she subscribes), even she had the reaction that this showed remarkably poor judgment.
Of course it occurred to the NYTimes editors that this was a bad idea. Of course they did it anyway. There is no way that this was merely coincidence. It was a deliberate shot across the bow of the Bush Administration.
I think what bugs me the most is that they don't have the cajones to own up to it.
I take great consolation in the drop in their stock price. The market cap of this menacing organization has fallen by $3.8 billion in the past few years, and I have no doubt that it will fall further. If these nutcases weren't doing so much damage to our national security, I would welcome their stupidity. As pure politics, they are a huge net asset for the Republican party, even as they spend down all that capital. This is a war of attrition, and the NY Times is losing. Big time.
I know the Times is unquestionably socialist, but anybody with a rudimentary investigative skills probably could have found Cheney and Rumsfeld's houses. Do we think the Times was encouraging suicide bombers to kill the Clintons because it focused on their Chappaqua house so much in 2001? You would think they would have thrown in one Democrat's house just to make it look fair.
How about just a prison number?
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