Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Barry’s Shills are EVERYWHERE!!!!

To my Conservative Friends:

Now we all know that our new Messiah has more than his fair share of friends in the MSM, but Barry’s long, liberal limbs extend even further than you would imagine. In a story broke by our friends at WorldNetDaily, it appears that even the online encyclopedia, WikiPedia has decided to throw any semblance of impartiality out with the bath water and join the likes on Overbite, MSDNC, the NY Slimes and the like in carrying the One’s water no matter how polluted it may be.

If you are not aware of how the online Mega-Info source operates, it is basically populated by the users who post all the various entries as long as they are not opinion and backed up with 2 independent sources to support the information tendered. From what I have seen from the site (and I use it often), it is, for the most part, good for basic information, but for historical or political references, it leans left, albeit not overtly or obscenely…. That is until now. Because when it comes to The Prophet-in-Chief, his information page is off limits to anyone who does not bow in deference to the second coming….

It appears that Barry’s page has been “scrubbed” to exclude any information that might be, shall we say, enlightening as to the life and times of our new leader…

Here is an excerpt from the great article written by Aaron Klein of WorldNetDaily:

Ayers, Wright also missing in Obama's bio

The entire Wikipedia entry on Obama seems to be heavily promotional toward the U.S. president. It contains nearly no criticism or controversy, including appropriate mention of important issues where relevant.

For example, the current paragraph on Obama's religion contains no mention of Wright, even though Obama's association with the controversial pastor was one of the most talked about issues during the presidential campaign.

That paragraph states: "Obama explained how, through working with black churches as a community organizer while in his twenties, he came to understand 'the power of the African-American religious tradition to spur social change.' He was baptized at the Trinity United Church of Christ in 1988 and was an active member there for two decades."
Ayers is also not mentioned, even where relevant.

WND monitored as a Wikipedia user attempted to add Ayers' name to an appropriate paragraph. One of those additions, backed up with news articles, read as follows:

"He served alongside former Weathermen leader William Ayers from 1994 to 2002 on the board of directors of the Woods Fund of Chicago, which in 1985 had been the first foundation to fund the Developing Communities Project, and also from 1994 to 2002 on the board of directors of the Joyce Foundation. Obama served on the board of directors of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge from 1995 to 2002, as founding president and chairman of the board of directors from 1995 to 1991. Ayers was the founder and director of the Challenge."

Within two minutes that Wikipedia entry was deleted and the user banned from posting on the website for three days, purportedly for adding "Point of View junk edits," even though the addition was well-established fact.

The Wikipedia entry about former President George W. Bush, by contrast, is highly critical. One typical entry reads, "Prior to his marriage, Bush had multiple accounts of alcohol abuse. ... After his re-election, Bush received increasingly heated criticism. In 2005, the Bush administration dealt with widespread criticism over its handling of Hurricane Katrina. In December 2007, the United States entered the second-longest post-World War II recession."

The entry on Bush also cites claims that he was "favorably treated due to his father's political standing" during his National Guard service." It says Bush served on the board of directors for Harken and that questions of possible insider trading involving Harken arose even though a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation concluded the information Bush had at the time of his stock sale was not sufficient to constitute insider trading.

Great article Aaaron…

So, now we can add Wikipedia to the long list of Barry media shills that could not resist tossing their integrity overboard for a ride on the ObamaTram!!!!

Just my thoughts…

GOP Mike


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  2. Mike-
    Isn't Wikipedia a wiki? Anyone can change the entries. It was probably written by some liberal who sits on his computer all day with no job. Why don't you just go to that page and click edit info and make it less promotional to Obama?