On Friday, talks ended in
Still, one is hard-pressed not to imagine the press over at Agence France-Presse (AFP), the self-proclaimed "world's oldest news organization," wetting themselves as you read the breathless and unambiguous copy they wrote regarding Clinton's "show-stealing appearance."
AFP twice says within it story--and a "story" it is, how "irked" and "angry" the
Further still, AFP even states that "Rumours spread among the conference that the
At first glance, one may gloss over that statement, and not think twice. But this is an ex-president of the United States AFP is rumorizing about. Former
Taken in this context, what AFP is saying regarding the
AFP says this in regard to
"Ditched" by the Bush Administration? True, as
Though the story is one day old, it merits repeating. The modern-day left that populates American politics, including the mainstream media, are products and/or ideological cousins of the great leftist societies that make up
While I am personally not surprised to see such as the AFP bashing President Bush, I am nevertheless angered over it. Such misrepresentation of fact and the continued use of political fiction can only be described as agenda-orientated journalism.