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Reuters Photos Of Down McCain Staffers

From Reuters:

Reuters Wed Oct 29, 1:40 PM ET

Mark Salter, senior advisor to Republican presidential nominee Senator John McCain sits backstage at a campaign rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, October 28, 2008.

Reuters Wed Oct 29, 1:40 PM ET

Senior advisors to Republican presidential nominee Senator John McCain Steve Schmidt, Mark Salter and Steve Dupree wait for an elevator in New York, September 24, 2008.

Reuters Wed Oct 29, 1:40 PM ET

McCain advisors Mark Salter (L), Nicolle Wallace (C) and Brooke Buchanan listen as Republican presidential nominee Senator John McCain makes a statement to reporters in West Des Moines, Iowa, September 29, 2008.

Please note that the second two photos are from a month ago, and yet Reuters has them up as if they are news.

It’s almost as if they are trying to make it look like the McCain people are despondent.

Why is that?

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, October 29th, 2008. Comments are currently closed.

12 Responses to “Reuters Photos Of Down McCain Staffers”

  1. Liberals Demise says:

    What….couldn’t you crawl under the partition wall and get a picture of one of them on the shiiter? MSM is no longer news worthy and needs to be for ever banned to doing Paris Hilton follow-ups.

  2. Consilience says:

    The best way to strike back is to put them out of business. One reason blogs and online/alternative media is growing at such a rapid pace is the drive-by media is so obviously in the tank for anti-American leftists.

    Put them out of business. Like Eddie Murphy said in Trading Places (rough translation) “the best way to get back at rich people is to make them poor people”—-the market can do that…

    Keep the faith!!

  3. 1sttofight says:

    What a bunch of lazy layabouts. They should be laundrying money like the Obama people are doing 24/7 or breaking privacy laws, or registering phoney voters or, etc.

  4. Icarus says:

    How about a bill of rights… to protect citizens against an agenda driven, prejudiced media.

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    Any ideas?

  5. Colonel1961 says:

    Thankfully, Icarus, the traditional media is becoming less and less relevant each day, week, month and year…

  6. A Mad Pole says:

    Consilience, that Eddie Murphy quote pretty much sums up the prevalent disposition among a good portion of people who vote for libdems.

  7. VMAN says:

    This is just a subliminal form of voter suppression. They want us to think that it pointless in voting. Just look at McCain’s own people how hopeless they think it is. Don’t believe it!!! FIGHT!!! No mater what happens!!! FIGHT!!! I guess the MSM looks at this as their one last chance. If bammy wins they get to be the propaganda ministry but if he loses then they’re done.

  8. coffee260 says:

    In the first photo I see Mark Salter checking his blackberry. Is that news?

  9. Consilience says:

    A Mad Pole—You’re right, but that same tool can be used by our side. If we stopped patronizing their magazines, TV shows, and other outlets, they’d be out of business. We’ve become so “media dependent” the task would be daunting, but is within the realm of possibility.

  10. wytammic says:

    SG — Comment of the week should go to 1stToFight. :)

  11. Icarus says:

    On a side note: How does releasing a copy of the khaladi video reveal the “source” who provided the tape?

    What did this guy do insert graphics, with his name scrolling across the video? LMAO
    There may be a logical reason……..1% chance
    I just haven’t heard it!

    Again… How does releasing an unedited copy of the video reveal the source?

    Icarus

  12. JannyMae says:

    Funny how I thought that the blatant bias couldn’t get worse than it was with Bush/Kerry.

    I had to laugh when I pulled up Yahoo earlier today. They were forced to put up a headline that said, “Gap is closing,” between the two candidates, so BEFORE that, they put up a graphic of the projected electoral college votes which, naturally, showed Obama the overwhelming victor. And of course, there was, “bad news for McCain,” in the headline about the gap closing.

    They just wish so strongly for Obama to win, it’s getting truly nauseating.


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