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Newsweek and the Demonization of Michele Bachmann

Newsweek, the newsmagazine worth every cent of the dollar it was recently sold for, is running a hit piece against Congresswoman Michele Bachmann this week.  They aren’t especially subtle about what they are doing as the cover indicates:

 

 

Here is a photograph of Michele Bachmann by a photographer not employed by Newsweek:

 

When will conservative candidates learn?  Mainstream press organs like Newsweek are simply an arm currently of the Democrat party.  Expecting a fair shake from them is ludicrous.  Conservative candidates should concentrate on going over the heads of the dying Mainstream press to the American public.  Giving them access for feature articles is merely asking for the type of over the top attack Newsweek has launched against Bachmann.  In the past the Mainstream press made a pretense of objectivity in order to maintain credibility with the American public.  Now their readership is so small, and their credibility so long ago vanished, that they have decided that their only hope for survival is as partisan attack dog organs.  Wise conservative candidates will treat them as such.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

22 Comments

  1. The main stream press hates conservative women who are articulate, intelligent, beautiful and (most of all) Christian.

    The main stream press also hates unborn babies, married couples living lives of fidelity and chaste, celibate homosexuals.

  2. Stepford Wives Redux: Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer and every other feminist liberal progressive Democrat. The reason why the left can’t stand Bachmann and Palin is exactly what I wrote above: unlike their liberal counterparts, they are beautiful. There is no beauty in liberal feminism.

  3. That pictre of Bachman on the Newsweek cover: it’s a wonder they didn’t show her with fangs dripping blood!

  4. I don’t know about the smiley’s Joe. As for Reagan, and Lincoln who Obama has also been compared to by the more deranged of his followers, the only thing he has in common with them is that all three lived in Illinois, all three are male and Reagan won the Cold War, Lincoln won the Civil War and Obama won the Economic War (for China.)

  5. BTW Joe I tried your link and an exe file tried to kick off on my computer and was blocked by my anti-virus. Please beware prior to clicking that link…

  6. “Barackolypse Now”

    Outstandingly insightful, Mac: Obama is winning the “economic war” against community banks, coal, the dollar, electricity-generating utilities, Main Sreet, oil, in sum the evil, unjust private sector is toast.

  7. Newsweek has a huge advantage: they’re commonly used in high school social studies classes– I think there’s a major discount involved.

    Probably part of why I turned out as anti-MSM as I did, it really bugged me to be reading something interested and get smacked across the face with something I knew was false. (I seem to remember it was on Catholicism that I noticed first, then on ranching subjects.)

  8. How could Main Stream Media types distinguish gender in the bovine species when clearly they are incapable of such distinction in their own?

    “For this reason God gave them up to vile passions. For even their women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature. Likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the penalty of their error which was due.”

  9. I’ll use Newsweek to clean up my dog poop in the backyard, other than that I can’t see any use for it.

    “Expecting a fair shake from them is ludicrous. Conservative candidates should concentrate on going over the heads of the dying Mainstream press to the American public.”

    If only their campaign managers had this common sense…

  10. Hmm, looks more like a “startled” expression than “rage” to me.

    (You’re making me feel sooo old – I’ve been distrusting Newsweek since Nixon was president.)

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