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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

AP: OK, there’s no proof that Tea Partiers used the N-word, but guess what? There’s no proof they DIDN’T use it!

Apparently, Dan Rather doubles as “Michael Blood”, beat writer for the AP.

If you recall, Dan Rather tried arguing in 2004 that the Bush Texas Air National Guard memos may have been fake, but the story was accurate.  Moreover, he argued, those of us who called him on his forgeries never proved that Bush didn’t shirk his duties, which was the point of the memo.  In other words, nobody ever proved that the…forged documents’…content…wasn’t…wrong?

Here’s what I’m talking about, courtesy of Andrew Breitbart:

Conservative columnist Andrew Breitbart disputed accounts that tea party activists in Washington shouted racial epithets at black members of Congress amid the health care debate, although he didn’t provide any evidence.

It used to be that in journalism, as well as in a court of law, Logic 101, etc., you can’t prove a negative.  In other words, you can’t prove something didn’t occur.  You need evidence to show that something did occur.  If I were to say that Obama were a Martian, you would expect evidence from me to support that absurd claim.  Were I a reporter or a liberal (pardon the redundancy), I would retort “Well, you haven’t proven to me that he isn’t a Martian, now have you?”

As a matter of fact, Andrew Breitbart nails Rather’s mini-me, Michael Blood:

It seems to me, that perhaps Mr. Blood needs to provide evidence that he’s not biased.  How’s that, Mr. Blood?

Now, on to the assault on basic fairness: Is the AP now on record that the Tea Party activists who protest at these gatherings are ipso facto guilty of racism if someone accuses them of racism?  Is that all it takes?  Have there been any calls from the AP for members of the Congressional Black Caucus to prove that the protestors that day shouted the N-word?  Just yesterday, the AP referred to Ft. Hood terrorist Malik Nadal Hasan as a “suspect.”  Apparently, Hasan is afforded the right to be innocent until proven guilty, but tea party protestors are not.

Got that?  Tea Partiers, bad.  Ft. Hood terrorist, good.  Thanks for the clarification, AP.

Nope…no liberal media bias!


March 28, 2010 - Posted by | bigotry, hypocrisy, media bias, Tea Party


  1. The Associated (with criminal liberals) dePressed has yet to prove that Howard Dean doesn’t hate kittens.

    Comment by TheBad | March 29, 2010

  2. Unbelievable, and us Americans keep taking this crap. The media is supposed to be our “Avenue for truth” our watchdogs, they are supposed to be the ones we can count on. Rather, et al have lost the trust of the American public with their water carrying for the government.

    The tea party scares them to death. WHY? Well, 95% of the party are employed, buy stuff and hire people..They are the engine of our nation. Tea party folks, if they quit doing what they do in life, this country STOPS. NOTHING moves. and it’s about time for that to occur.

    All you business owners should think about it. Government over reach, over tax, over regulating? Shut it down, and get your Obama money. Let the new socialist way of life take care of your employees…

    Comment by Robert | March 29, 2010

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