Sunday, January 25, 2009

Would you like to write to AP management about their writer Liz Sidoti

I was just about ready to throw up, when I read the heading by AP writer Liz Sidoti. She was saying that Obama broke from unpopular Bush administration by avoiding to take partizan, idological stands.(see below) I don't know what is wrong with this woman: either she is naturally thick or drank too much Obama cool-aid, but one of Obama's first orders was to remove a ban and allow our tax dollars to be used to finance abortions all over the world.
First of all about half of the populations of this country, conservatives and believers of all denominations oppose this action on moral grounds.
Second of all, majority of liberals, that don't oppose abortions in general, feel that our tax dollars should not be spent on abortions around the world, including Obama's native Africa or adopted Indonesia (he holds from birth foreign citizenship- originally of Great Britain, as his father's native Kenya was a British colony, later since 1963 citizenship of Kenya and since 1966 or 1967 citizenship of Indonesia- for which reason he is illegitimate for US presidency).
Based on all of the above, his first actions in office are highly divisive and highly insulting to great majority of population. I hope you write to AP management and board of directors and demand that they employ reporters with higher IQ and higher level of journalistic integrity.

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Digg Facebook Newsvine Reddit StumbleUpon Technorati Yahoo! Bookmarks Print By LIZ SIDOTI, Associated Press Writer Liz Sidoti, Associated Press Writer – 2 mins ago
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