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Media Monday

Here are some of the latest outrageous, sometimes humorous, quotes from the liberal media, courtesy of the Media Research Center:

  • What “compliance”: “In Iraq today, while the Iraqis continue to comply with the U.N. weapons inspectors, the Iraqi president, Saddam Hussein, was attacking the United States in a public letter to the Iraqis.”

    — ABC’s Peter Jennings on March 4.

  • What’s “reasonable”• “Most people think (the inspectors are) doing a reasonably effective job at the moment.”

    — Jennings again on March 7.

  • “United”• “Democrats pulling together united front against GOP”

    — New York Times headline, March 3.

  • That’s more like it: “Congressional Democrats divided on agenda; divisions weaken attacks on Bush”

    — Washington Post headline, March 4.

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