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Much Like Republicans, Al Qaeda Whines About Pro-Obama Media Bias

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Barack Obama and his team of greasy Chicago "fixers" are up to that same dirty trick they played on poor old Hillary and poor old Walnuts during the 2007-2008 presidential campaign: subtly playing the race card on other people by feeding tips to their liberal goons in the white media, who then tap into their white guilt and publish menacing stories about how the other person is playing the race card because that other person hates black people. One example of this "Hyde Park switcheroo" was when Hillary Clinton said that white people are the only race capable of doing hard work. As rational human beings, we couldn't see any imaginable problem with that. But for some reason, the Obama-backed MSM was calling this "racist." It will never end, because Obama now is pulling this on Al Qaeda -- and we simply cannot stay silent when poor old Al Qaeda is being disrespected.


Jesus, you American liberals in the MSM, what do you have against Al Qaeda? It's not like they've ever done anything to you, such as attack the city where you're all headquartered:

Global reactions to Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri's controversial condemnation of U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama as a "House Slave" (or, alternatively, "House Negro") have begun to pour in -- including via the top jihad web forums used by Al-Qaida to disseminate its propaganda. Though hardcore Al-Qaida supporters have predictably dismissed any criticism of Dr. al-Zawahiri and are fiercely backing his choice of words, there is a rather ironic (if not entirely unfamiliar) twist to this issue. After observing international press reporting on the incident, these same supporters are now bitterly attacking the media for its "unfair" pro-Obama bias and for deliberately "confusing" the meaning of al-Zawahiri's message.

Ha ha ha ha! Fucking Al Qaeda is worried about getting a bum rap in the Western press. Oh, and how amazing would it be to turn on Fox News tonight and watch Sean Hannity vocally defend Al Qaeda?

Frustrated Claims of Pro-Obama Media Bias... This Time From Al Qaida [Counterterrorism Blog via Gawker]

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