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  1. #1 Good news on the jobs front for the Obama administration 
    Senior Member Janice's Avatar
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    Al Gore’s $500 Million Trojan Horse

    Finally there is good news on the jobs front for the Obama administration. Al Jazeera, or “Terrorism TV,” as it used to be known for celebrating the three thousand Americans killed on 9/11 and other exploits by Osama bin Laden, announced plans to create some 200 jobs in the United States over the next six months — in its headquarters at the UN in New York, in Washington, D.C., and in bureaus in Detroit, New Orleans, San Francisco, and other cities.

    “Imagine six or seven years ago, trying to find real estate for Al Jazeera in Washington,” gushed Rob Wheelock, the former ABC executive who is in charge of establishing Al Jazeera in the United States. “We’re going to have signage just like CBS, ABC, CNN, CBN, just like everyone else. We’re psyched.”

    Perhaps the signage will include skull-and-crossbones, or some other fitting image of human slaughter.

    Yes, as Mr. Wheelock said, it is hard to believe the cable network enterprise that did so many fawning interviews with the late terrorist leader — and others chanting “Death to America” — would have stood any chance of putting up its own news rooms in New York, Washington, D.C., or any other American city during the George W. Bush administration.

    And that is another sign of how far our nation has regressed over the past four years.

    Even now, with the beginning of the second Obama term, Sheik Hamad bin khalifa Al Thani, the ruler of Qatar, must be rubbing his goatee in disbelief at how easy it is to open a large propaganda network in the United States of America (which, at the outset, will include seven “investigative reporters” in the D.C. office for the presumed purpose of vilifying legislators who oppose Islamic extremism or support Israel).

    He spent $500 million to acquire the money-losing and low-rated Current TV — owned by Al Gore and friends — which is still a great catch because it has the potential to reach 41 million homes in the U.S. on cable channels.

    Half a billion dollars may sound like a lot of money, but it was no more than a scrap from the oil sheik’s table.


    First we turn NASA into a Muslim outreach center. Then we arm the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt and other places. And of course we force businesses to hire felons. And for 30 pieces of silver we open the flood gates for more Muslim infiltration over the air waves. Meanwhile our schools have our children recite the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic as the Mercedes Marxist tries to trample our Constitution and disarm the American people aided by our superior American Pravda on the alphabet news channels.

    All this heavy lifting... must be time for another vacation...
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    Power CUer noonwitch's Avatar
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    Detroit's city government is about to be taken over by the state, so any business development deal that they might have on the table with the network will probably have to be approved by the governor.

    Al Jeezera would probably rather build their new office in Dearborn, anyway. It's where the majority of their local viewers live. The tax rates are probably lower than in Detroit, and the police will come if Al Jeezera calls them.
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  3. #3 Re: Good news on the jobs front for the Obama administration 
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    Nice cartoon, but Gore's face is at the wrong end of the horse.

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