MSNBC contributor: You’re racists, Romney is using “code words” and we fear the scary black man

I just have no idea what to say here, other than WTF? Touré, who is a self-described TV host, novelist, journalist and cultural critic threw down the race card again, and normally I’d just chalk it up to a socialist racist being a socialist racists – that’s right Touré, I’m calling you a racist – but this time this fool outright said GOP candidate Mitt Romney’s recent comments represents the “niggerization” of the campaign.

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Like big oil and big insurance, Fox News is now a legit target for the left

I’ve previously written how some large corporations are easy and safe targets for many on the left. In my opinion, big oil, big banks, big insurance – and during the last two years Fox News – are popular since the attacks play to their voting base, who seem to think they are always targets for getting screwed.

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AP Bias on Display Again – Mea Culpa Time?

The AP’s headline should read that 54 out of 59 water treatment plants in Iraq meet or exceed strict water standards, but it doesn’t. Michelle Malkin posted a full review of the story – Bias alert: The Cheney/KBR-deranged Associated Press spins a DoD report on water quality in Iraq – and unlike the AP story written by Larry Margasak, she took the 20 minutes required to read the 30-something page report. Read her full post, it goes into a lot of good detail, plus reveals this part of the report that AP missed:

Although there was no way to determine whether water provided by the contractors and military water purification units caused disease, contractors and military units responsible for water operations must always ensure that water provided to the forces meets all established standards and is safe to use.

The AP didn’t even bother to link to the actual report, instead they linked to the U.S. Central Command Web site and KBR Inc., a contractor in Iraq that maintained three of the five plants that had water quality issues. Again, there are 59 total plants! Read more