Skip to comments.Father of 9/11 Victim Blasts Murray
Posted on 12/27/2002 10:34:41 PM PST by DocFarmer
SEATTLE A man who says his son was murdered on Sept. 11, 2001, wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Post describing Sen. Patty Murray's "affectionate representation" of Osama bin Laden last week as "sickening."
"It is a vulgar demeaning of not only my son, but of everyone who perished that day," wrote Patrick L. Cartier of Jackson Heights, N.Y.
Cartier said "there is no way the senator can properly represent Americans when her sympathies embrace evil."
"She should resign and allow someone to hold her position who will tender reverence, respect and honor to Americans and not to those evil people who slaughter for kicks," he said.
You can see the letters themselves at the following link -
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at 0630 GMT 28/12/02 showed only 96 hits, and many of them were repetative items from AP stories at local news stations.
I wish there were a way to force the major media to start paying attention to the news, instead of their own liberal agenda!
Patty Murray can leave no doubt about her affection for Osama bin Laden and his efforts of spreding his hatred for Christians and Jews. Meanwhile the mainstream media is silent on Patty Murray's crystal clear hatred for America while turning Trent Lott's (off the cuff) remarks into a nationwide scandal.
It's high time the democRATS are held to the same standards as those who don't share their "Pro Socialist Agenda"
I've noted, with some dismay, the overwhelming lack of coverage by the "mainstream" media over the past week concerning comments from Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) regarding her perception of the humanitarian acts of Usama bin Laden, and his popularity in the world.
Sen. Murray's statements are quite offensive to most Americans, and are at least on a par with the comments uttered by Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS). You in the major media spent hundreds of hours of air time, and hundreds of column-inches of print, in excoriating Sen. Lott, parsing his words, analyzing his statements and intent. Why have you not done the same for Sen. Murray?
The media, in general, spends much time and effort to state that they are not biased - that they offer a fair and balanced view of the news. With respect, it is difficult to believe that contention, based upon the current evidence of these two news stories.
I would respectfully request that your organisation take another look at your current editorial and news selection process, and reconsider your actions regarding the Sen. Murray situation.
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Keith, put this in your files for upcoming elections.
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