The New York Times - The day the "NY Times" run out of real news.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by SouthAmerica, Oct 18, 2006.

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    October 17, 2006

    SouthAmerica: I wonder why The New York Times has run out of important news from around the world to place on the front cover of its newspaper?

    Today one of the headline stories on the front page of The New York Times was about “The Search is Over” – after months of searching all across America, finally The New York Times found 2 Americans who believe that vice-president Dick Cheney is a nice person and should continue on his job as vice-president of the USA.

    They also had a picture of these 2 Americans; two little girls one age 6 and the other age 4. The story shows how screw-up the American kids are becoming today - even at such an early age of 6 and 4.

    As a desperate last minute act right before the elections the Republican Party is trying very hard to lower the voting age in the USA to “4 years old” in a last effort to keep their party in power after the coming elections.


    Note: If The New York Times run out of important news to place on the front page of its newspaper again – then they can check on what the BBC News is reporting and use one of their stories from around the globe – there are plenty of civil wars, a possible nuclear war, and lots of bad things happening around the world that are more relevant than a story about 2 little girls whom still using Pampers and they happen to like “Dark Vader.”