‘Bravo’ to the New York Times for hitting a new low, carrying the water for the Democrat Party.

Via Right Scoop: The New York Times CROPS OUT George W. Bush from their SELMA front page picture

…Of course there were more than 20 Republicans there, but the Democrats need to win an election, so the press will make sure to push their agenda items and narratives as much as possible.


NYT front page pic:


And looks like the Dems’ false narrative struck a chord with this angry, hateful Lib:

But, of course, there was much Conservative outrage, too:

And speaking of angry, hateful Libs, one of MLK’s close associates, Diane Nash, refused to participate in the Selma Bridge march, because W. was there:

Via Fox News: MLK Lieutenant Refuses To March With George W. Bush At Selma Event

Somehow, I have a feeling Dr. Martin Luther King would not have been pleased by her actions.


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  1. Alain41 says:

    So the ‘newspaper of record’ cropped a former Republican President out of a 50th anniversary Commemorative Civil Rights March across the Edmund Pettus bridge. I wonder who Edmund Pettus was?

    From Wikip:
    Edmund Winston Pettus (July 6, 1821 – July 27, 1907) was an American lawyer, soldier, and legislator. He served as a Confederate general during the American Civil War…In 1861, Pettus, an enthusiastic champion of the Confederate cause and of slavery, was a Democratic Party delegate to the secession convention in Mississippi, where his brother John was serving as governor….After the war, Pettus had returned to Alabama and resumed his law practice in Selma. Pettus served as chairman of the state delegation to the Democratic National Convention for more than two decades. In 1877, Pettus was named Grand Dragon of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan, during the final year of Reconstruction….In 1896, at the age of 75, Pettus ran for U.S. Senate as a Democrat and won, beating incumbent James L. Pugh. His campaign relied on his successes in organizing and popularizing the Alabama Klan and his virulent opposition to the constitutional amendments following the Civil War that elevated former slaves to the status of free citizens….was re-elected in 1903….

  2. cbldski says:

    Its like fimding waldo! But I think I did find Dumbo! Right in the middle.

  3. strider says:

    The top photo looks appropriate in scale and sentiment, the cropped version looks to be a small gathering in some city, like an occupy group. The newspaper did no one any favors with this slight. The newspaper of record must employ a record number of simplistic stoners.

  4. Kitten says:

    When I first heard about what the NY Times did, I thought it was pretty stupid. The liberal media was on bended knee all weekend over Obama’s “show” in Selma. All this attention for a man who has single-handedly done more to damage race relations in America than anyone since the marches in Selma took place. I find it both offensive and pathetic. It was stupid for the NY Times to crop W’s pic out of the shot because they must have known there was NO way they could get away with it. But then, they don’t live on the same planet we do.

  5. Pat_S says:

    NYT says Bush was overexposed.

    ‘There Was No Crop’ of Selma Photograph

  6. Dave says:

    What she really said was, “I don’t have anything against George Bush except he’s a Republican, he’s white, and he stinks of death. I don’t want to be seen on the same planet as him.”

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