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Wizbang Podcast #27 is up

The 27th edition of the Wizbang Podcast is up for your listening pleasure. It's all about the NY Times story on terrorist financing. Listen for clips of Tony Snow, Doyle McManus, the LA Times Washington Bureau Chief who broke the story, Congressman Mike Rogers, and President Bush on what the story has done to national security and the press. Go and listen!

Note: Even if you don't use iTunes, a podcatcher, or any other fancy tech gizmo's, if you have speakers on your computer you can listen to a streaming version of the show via the Audioblog control at the top of the story.


Comments (6)

Gee, whatever happened to t... (Below threshold)
Lee:

Gee, whatever happened to that "WMDs found in Iraq" story from last week...

Good question. I can't find... (Below threshold)

Good question. I can't find the press conference audio of the Santorum/Hoekstra presentation. Have you seen it? I depend on C-SPAN, Expose the Left, and other online sources. My TiVo is filled up with old episodes of Judging Amy and ER that my wife and kids like.

http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=OGZmMGE2NDI4MTJiYTk2ZTdlMTJlOTM2YTdmYjZiOGU=

Last I heard (as of a day o... (Below threshold)
Lee:

Last I heard (as of a day or two ago anyway) Fox News was still pushing this story. It pretty much has dried up at all of the legitimate news outlets.

Santorum is so far behind in the polls, and as a result his U.S. Senate seat now will be switching from Republican to Democrat, so there is no suprise that he'd be chosen by the Republican party to be the poster child for this "Hail Mary" attempt to gain votes. It is a desperate situation for the Republicans, and desperate situations call for desperate people wiling to attempt to fool the American people into voting Republican.

He should have saved it for the day before the election. Then there might not have been time for the DOD to tell the voting public that he was lying.

Who knows, maybe the intell... (Below threshold)
epador:

Who knows, maybe the intelligence community is holding onto the info for good reason (there might possibly be portions that are of the "If I told you I'd have to kill you" quality).

Or maybe bad reasons. Or maybe it has no reasons at all because it has no info.

I'd rather keep that info secret right now. We have too many leaks as it is.

Well, maybe Santorum wil... (Below threshold)
Lee:

Well, maybe Santorum will save something for the day before the election, after all.

On December 7th, 1941, Pear... (Below threshold)

On December 7th, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed.

Did the NY Times cover this up, to hide the defeat of America? No! Typically anti-American, the Times reported this news.

Americans should never have to be alerted to any defeats. It's un-American to find out bad news!

Here are some WWII BBC reports that show the true spirit of defeatism that infects all the liberal/fascist/left-wing media:

1943: Germans Crush Jewish Uprising

1944: Airborne Retreats from Arnhem (that's UK and Polish Airborne).

[Sorry this is off-topic, but that other thread is gone from the front page now, and it was a while before I came across some WWII reporting that shows you, Jay Tea, were off your rocker to suggest that the media has to hide the truth]




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