The Obama Media Abortion

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ABC wasn’t there, neither was CBS, NBC, CNN or even FOX. This might be the first time Obama didn’t want the media around. Why? Because he was signing a pro-life, anti-abortion funding executive order.

Obama and Little Joe are sad

Obama and his side-kick Little Joe are sad to sign a Pro-Life executive order. So they are keeping it a secret from the media. How many babies will be saved because of Obama? God only knows.

When Obama signed the Anti-Abortion EO without any media, he didn’t use dozens of pens, there were no speeches, not even a photo op or even a single handshake from any congressman.

So why the big secret? Why no media from the biggest media hound in America? Because Obama signed something that many of his constituents don’t want. And the media obliged him for keeping it low profile.

That said, his signing of the executive order was not a total secret.

On the left people were complaining:
Like, NOW, the National Organization for Women said that Obama was ‘willing to netotiate health care on the backs of women.”  – Source: Micahel Shear, Washington Times

And on the right people were complaining:
Like the National Right to Life complained that the executive order does little to prohibit spending on abortion services as provided in the senate bill.  Source: Fox News

Opponents on both sides say an executive order does not have the force of law that legislation would provide. Neither side is happy and the media has been shut out of this historic event.
Obama moved  a little to the right and no one was there to see, how absurd.

Drudge Report: Senate Fahrenheit 451

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In an email the Senate’s official gatekeeper, said the Drudge Report, a conservative news aggregator is “… responsible for the many viruses popping up throughout the Senate.” “Please avoid using these sites until the Senate resolves this issue,” the e-mail read. “The Senate has been swamped the last couples (sic) days with this issue.” Source: Fox News

But wait, the Drudge Report noted that it served more than 29 million pages Monday without an e-mail complaint about “‘pop ups,’ or the site serving ‘viruses.'”

This virus blaming thing is in error or worse, a blatant lie to limit free conservative Matt Drudge speech. Sound like a plot based on the book fahrenheit 451. What temperature does the Drudge Report melt? Ask Harry Reid, he knows everything there is to know about burning bridges.

A GOP aide to the Environment and Public Works Committee told FoxNews.com that there has been “a flurry of activity in the last couple of days” and that a couple of people on the staff had had “computer problems.”

Could be just another coincidence, ha.