The economy? Health care? The war? The wingnuttoshere knows Americans don't really care about any of those issues; the wingnuttosphere knows that what's really on Americans' minds is radical violence that occurred two generation ago. And if the MSM won't prioritize that subject, well, there's your liberal bias!
Here's wingnuttosphere star blogger JammieWearingFool responding to news that the Triborough Bridge in New York was renamed after Robert Kennedy today. First, the obligatory joke:
Is Naming a Bridge After a Kennedy a Good Idea?
Then this about RFK:
Ironically enough, he was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan, who just happens to be back in the news, courtesy of Barack Obama's pal Bill Ayers.
If you don't recall hearing anything about Sirhan "in the news," let me explain: the right blogosphere is currently fascinated by the revelation that a 1974 Weather Underground manifesto with Bill Ayers's name on it was dedicated to a long list of freedom fighters, radicals, and troublemakers, from Harriet Tubman to, er, Sirhan Sirhan. The list fills a page in the manifesto, in rather tiny type.
JammieWearingFool's final words on the subject are these:
Curious how nobody in the media has any interest in asking any Kennedys about that story.
OK, I'll bite: how would the MSM ask this question of a member of the Kennedy family, if it weren't fatally corrupted by liberalism?
"It has been discovered that William Ayers, a man who's had perhaps a dozen or fifteen conversations with President-elect Obama, co-authored a book thirty-four years ago that was dedicated to approximately two hundred people, one of whom was Sirhan Sirhan, Robert Kennedy's assassin. What does this thirty-four-year-old fractional dedication in tiny type say about President-elect Obama radical Marxo-terrorist agenda and plan to eliminate marriage in America and turn control of the entire U.S. economy over to the government, while providing amnesty to all illegal aliens and abandoning the War on Terror, and has the decades-old, nearly unreadable fractional dedication made Senator Teddy "the Swimmer" Kennedy cause to regret his endorsement of President-elect B. Hussein Osama during the primaries?"
But no one will dare ask this! They're all in the tank!
Oh well -- at least there's one reporter brave enough to stand up at the White House and ask about this:
..."Does the White House believe there is no question at all about the birthplace, and thus the required U.S. citizenship of the president-elect?" Les Kinsolving, WND's correspondent at the White House, asked at a news briefing today.
"I think we're in good shape on that," responded Dana Perino, the spokeswoman for the president.....
Thank God for World Net Daily! I bet B. Hussein doesn't have the courage to face WND's hard-hitting questions in his press conferences!