August 11, 2008
What is it about the bad guys that provoke "compassion" from NPR type of journalists?
Regarding the case against Bin Laden's driver: Salim Hamdan, though only having a short time to serve under the current verdict, he still might be held indefinitely according the Bush's administration as an 'enemy combatant', John Mcchesni of NPR 'lamented' that the jury will be very disappointed if that happens.
Juror Questions U.S. Pursuit Of Salim Hamdan : NPR's John McChesney has this exclusive interview ...
Rhetorical question, Does Mr. Michesni think that these type of Bin Laden associates are innocent? or harmless or would spare him, given the chance?
Do NPR journalists receive a course of "singing it in a phony compassion mode" for those that do not deserve it?
Just like the infamous biased NPR "sing" it on those "poor" 'Palestinian' violent thugs, when Israel dares to defend itself against Islamists who seek only to carry out more massacres.
http://nprsucks.com/, http://www.nprbias.com/ - find
your local National Palestinian Radio Station.
Again, it's the same Islamists ideologists that would have any westerner to
'kneel or die', 'Convert or die', just as they did with the Steve Centanni Wiig
Or: Christian woman 'forced to convert to Islam' by Palestinians
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