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'Still Flyin' Over the Heartland'

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Religion has yet again managed to stay front forward on the national media stage for the past week and many items have been bandied about on both sides of the aisle. You have the accidental burning of Qu'rans in Afghanistan, which were confiscated from suspected Taliban insurgents, but were thrown out due to the "added text passages" intended to pass coded messages. The other is the subject of Rick Santorum's faith, which has become more of a target in the past month and a half.

The first item mentioned is one that is getting a back burner routine done to it, thanks to the distractionary nature of the second.

The Professional Left Media are constantly looking for something that will not only justify their careers and cement them in history, but also every chance to help their Beloved Kenyan Premiere in the West Wing at ALL COSTS. Downplaying the "surrender monkey" aspect of not only his apology, but also those of the senior Department of Defense office holders was just one dirty jobs needed to be done, but SOMEONE had to do it. This includes leaving out important aspects of news stories [those pesky things called "FACTS"], even though the Pulitzer Committee might pass them by. Such is the life of one who reports for "The Cause", I suppose.

Not unlike the Holy Church of Rome, Santorum's faith is an easy target due to the vary nature of it's teachings of kindness and mercy. The Leftist Press enjoys easy targets due to the inability for them to worm out of easily, not unlike the chubby kid they once picked on in grade school gym class during a game of dodgeball.

As it was stated before, it's a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it...

So ladies & menfolk... sit down, strap in & hold on!
 

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