Thursday, May 26, 2005

DEATH PENALTIES DETERMINED FOR NEWS MEDIA MEMBERS

During the closing days of World War II, English-speaking Nazis dressed-up in American uniforms in an attempt to confuse U.S. troops, by giving them false information. They were caught, tied to poles and shot.
Some members of the U.S. news media are like those Nazis in World War II, but instead of cloaking themselves in American uniforms, they have covered their bodies under the cloak of "The News Media." And like those Nazis who were shot, some in the news media deserve the death penalty for aiding and abetting enemies of the United States.
If this were 1943, the following news-media members would be arrested, quickly tried and given the following sentences for doing everything possible to undermine the United States' war on terror.
The following people have conducted themselves in ways that can only be judged as treasonous. In 1943, a federal judge would have given these anti-Americans the following sentences. The Profound Journalist believes this should be done, today.
1. CNN's Walter Rodgers. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
2. ABC's Ted Koppel. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
3. The Washington Post's Jackie Spinner. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: 50 years hard labor in a federal penitentiary.
4. MSNBC's Chris Matthews. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
5. Newsweeks' Managing Editor Jon Meacham. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
6. CNN's Wolf Blitzer. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
7. CNN's Aaron Brown. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
8. CNN's Lou Dobbs. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: 50 years hard labor in a federal penitentiary.
9. USA TODAY founder Al Neuharth. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
10. CNN's Christiane Amanpour. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
11. CBS's Gloria Borger. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: 50 years hard labor in a federal penitentiary.
12. Publisher, managing editors and editorial staff of The New York Times. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: All die by hanging.
13. NBC's Katie Couric. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: 50 years hard labor in a federal penitentiary.
14. PBS's Bill Moyers. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
15. CBS's Dan Rather. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
16. MSNBC's Keith Olbermann. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by firing squad.
17. ABC's Peter Jennings. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
18. ABC's Martha Raddatz. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
19. CNN's Miles O'Brien. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: 50 years hard labor at a federal penitentiary.
20. CNN's Soledad O'Brien. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
21. Publisher, managing editors and editorial staff of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: All die by hanging.
22. Publisher, managing editors and editorial staff of The Washington Post. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: All die by hanging.
23. NBC's Andrea Mitchell. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
24. Court TV's Catherine Crier. CRIME: Aiding and abetting. PENALTY: Death by hanging.
The above anti-Americans are just the first group of news-media members, who are trying to make the United States lose its war on terror. More will follow. More U.S. soldiers and innocent people will die, because of the above people's hatred of President George Bush.

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