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July 01, 2006

New York Times Is Home Grown Terror

Beware of travel feature stories posing as invitations to terror.

"The New York Times points cranks, radicals, al-Qaida operatives and would-be assassins to the summer homes of V.P. Cheney and [Defense Secretary Donald] Rumsfeld" writes FrontPage Magazine's David Horowitz, who sees the June 30 Times feature article as an apparent retaliation for administration "criticism of the Times' disclosure of classified intelligence to America's enemies."

In the "Escapes" section of the June 30 edition, the N.Y. Times printed huge color photos of the vacation residences of Cheney and Rumsfeld, "identifying the small Maryland town where they live, showing their front driveways and, in Rumsfeld's case, actually pointing out the hidden security camera in case any hostile intruders should get careless," Horowitz writes.

Times Travel section writer Peter Kilborn even makes sure enemies of the two men will know such details as where Mrs. Rumsfeld shops in the eastern shore town of St. Michaels, Md. where the two administration officials have weekend retreats.

He even lets the curious know what street the Cheneys and Rumsfelds have to use to get to their own road.

It's all part of the war against President Bush, Horowitz charges.

"Make no mistake about it, there is a war going on in this country," Horowitz advises, noting that the aggressors in this war "are Democrats, liberals and leftists who began a scorched earth campaign against President Bush before the initiation of hostilities in Iraq."

One of the most prevalent weapons in this war, according to Horowitz, is the New York Times.


Hot Air put together a short film focusing particularly on the hypocrisy of the New York Times when it comes to fighting the War on Terror.


N.Y.Times Retaliates Against Cheney, Rumsfeld

US Traitors Keller and Pinch Sulzberger in the "Escapes" section of the June 30 N.Y. Times have printed huge color photos of the vacation residences of Cheney and Rumsfeld, identifying where they live, showing their front driveways and, conveniently in SoD Rumsfeld's case, actually pointing out the hidden security camera.

It's title and here it is................
Weekends With the President's Men

PLEASE NOTE under the photo you will see where the New York Times has added this.................

There is a lens in the birdhouse at the driveway of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's home at St. Michaels, Md.

Wild Thing's comment.....

The New York Times is a national security threat! This is more than just an ideological war between the White House and the NYT. The NYT is almost calling for a strike on VP Cheney and Rummy.

The liberals like to talk about how they are the ones who care for individual humans. They do NOT! Time after time they have show a propensity to infringe on individuals rights. Any idiot would know not to publish this private information as part of the "public's right to know." when you have terrorists deployed worldwide looking for a target for publicity.

Bill Keller and others at the New York Times need to be prosecuted. Tokyo Rose would be proud.

* Hot Air

Posted by Wild Thing at July 1, 2006 12:55 AM


Maddening, difficult to comment. These publishers and reporters also need to go to Gitmo, as terrorists.

Posted by: TomR at July 1, 2006 11:59 AM

You are being too harsh!

On Tokyo Rose.

The poor girl was a visiting-American in Japan when Pearl Harbor happened. She has the MITIGATION of being in danger of death if she did not do what she did.

Posted by: OINK at July 1, 2006 01:46 PM

Tom, good idea!

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 1, 2006 03:58 PM

Hi Oink I was trying to think of a comparison. haha But the best one really should have been the Rosenbergs. The NY Times needs to be dealt with big time and not in a pretty way.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 1, 2006 04:00 PM

I remain in favor of publishing a full diagram of The Times' security system, pointing out weaknesses, and all their security codes.

And, IF they live alone, the same for the homes of the editorial board members.

Posted by: OINK at July 1, 2006 04:19 PM

Great idea Oink.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 1, 2006 07:12 PM

I wrote Franklin Templeton, who holds quite a bit of my money in investments, and let them know of my dissatisfaction with them advertising in the NY Times. I was polite, did not threaten to pull my investments, and suggested they advertise in newspapers and periodicals which don’t put the citizens of the United States at risk to further their political goals. They wrote me back and said they would forward my email to the appropriate office for review.

Posted by: BobF at July 2, 2006 09:26 AM

Hi Bob, good morning. That is wonderful what you did. I agree with you also about how to approach these places.
Thank you for sharing about this.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 2, 2006 09:34 AM

I don't think I would put those 3 clowns in
prison,something a little more kind,Not so
harsh,Hmmmmm lets see,hey how about the old
mafia 22 in the knee cap trick,to harsh still,
well use a baseball bat insted of the 22,its
a gift they would never forget...Then again
I could just see Pinch Sulzberger hanging on
to Bubbas belt all day and sold for the night
for a pack of smokes...Couldn't happen to a
nicer guy...

Posted by: Tincan Sailor at July 2, 2006 03:25 PM

Tincan Sailor hahaha now there's an idea. heh heh

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 3, 2006 03:11 AM