Skip to comments.Unsurprisingly, illegal deported for armed robbery finds NYT in his corner
Posted on 12/08/2008 8:29:19 AM PST by HollyButler
A criminal without legal status deported by US immigration officials is the subject of the latest pity party thrown by The New York Times. The Times seems to find it lamentable that this gang member and armed robber was deported from "his homeland" that would be the USA to Cambodia, the land of his birth (one he left when he was a 3-year-old). Why does the NYTimes bemoan the deportation of this thug? Why would he make a fine American despite his criminal history? He can dance, man!
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Isn’t this paper bankrupt yet? I know, morally yes, for decades. But I mean financially. When can they please close their doors, put up the Chapter 11 sign, and go home?
Essentially the NY Slimes decided to ignore simple, common business sense to pursue an ideological agenda. In basic economic theory it is a given that if you are in the ice cream business at a beach, you have more potential customers if you sell ice cream at the middle of the beach, as opposed to either end. I am not shocked that these ivy educated fools missed that lesson.
Readership down? I saw an article in the Wall Street Journal (which is crap now too since Murdoch bought it).
The NYT went from 750,000 subscribers to just over 500,000 in the last quarter! This is incredible. Hopefully NYT will die soon so millions of trees will be saved and the global carbon footprint will be decreased. NYT is a very carbon emitting intesive company/(propaganda arm of the DNC).
Perhaps some of the journalists or editors would like to open their homes to this poor helpless creature. Maybe he could stay there and watch their kids for them during the day since he’s so harmless and pitiful.
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