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What Media Bias? – France’s AFP Photo Of Bush

An objective photo of President Bush, courtesy of the Agence France-Pressee. (The same folks who gave us the bogus "Pakistan "missile" photo and caption.)

AFP – Mon Jan 23, 3:11 PM ET

US President George W. Bush looks over the crowd and collects his thoughts as he is introduced on stage to deliver remarks on the global war on terror at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. Bush, under fire for ordering unprecedented spying on US citizens, defended the program as limited, legal and critical to thwarting terrorist plots.

And once again there seems to a problem with the translation. Surely by "unprecedented" the AFP actually meant "what every other US President has done before."

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, January 23rd, 2006. Comments are currently closed.

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