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    NY Times' Front Page

    Has anyone else noticed that the NY Slimes has increased the amount of IA sob stories on the front page ever since Carlos Slim kept the propaganda rag from going bankrupt? Coincidence? I think not. I wouldn't be surprised if Slim told the Slimes that he'd cut a check only if the Slimes prints at least three IA sob stories per week on the front page.

    Here's to hoping that the Slimes will go bankrupt sooner than later and that the traitorous congress and president doesn't bail the rag out beforehand.

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    I must have missed that one. I thought the deal was still in the works with the billionaire in Mexico. Looks like they did do the deal after all. but it also looks like he only invested in it instead of just buying it.

    Yes all these sob stories from the press.
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    I would never

    read that trash rag, even if you paid me to. Agenda propaganda...

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    Re: NY Times' Front Page

    Quote Originally Posted by SecureTheBorder
    Has anyone else noticed that the NY Slimes has increased the amount of IA sob stories on the front page ever since Carlos Slim kept the propaganda rag from going bankrupt? Coincidence? I think not. I wouldn't be surprised if Slim told the Slimes that he'd cut a check only if the Slimes prints at least three IA sob stories per week on the front page.

    Here's to hoping that the Slimes will go bankrupt sooner than later and that the traitorous congress and president doesn't bail the rag out beforehand.
    They should just change their name ot Nueva York Tiempos since it is now the mouth piece for Mexico.
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    Re: NY Times' Front Page

    Quote Originally Posted by bigtex
    Quote Originally Posted by SecureTheBorder
    Has anyone else noticed that the NY Slimes has increased the amount of IA sob stories on the front page ever since Carlos Slim kept the propaganda rag from going bankrupt? Coincidence? I think not. I wouldn't be surprised if Slim told the Slimes that he'd cut a check only if the Slimes prints at least three IA sob stories per week on the front page.

    Here's to hoping that the Slimes will go bankrupt sooner than later and that the traitorous congress and president doesn't bail the rag out beforehand.
    They should just change their name ot Nueva York Tiempos since it is now the mouth piece for Mexico.
    LOL bigtex! Of course Slim is leaning on them, hope he loses millions. More fear-mongering garbage stories like this will just piss off millions more Americans and will hasten their bankruptcy.
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    Re: NY Times' Front Page

    Quote Originally Posted by miguelina
    LOL bigtex! Of course Slim is leaning on them, hope he loses millions. More fear-mongering garbage stories like this will just piss off millions more Americans and will hasten their bankruptcy.
    I agree. American's first off have found it much easier to get their new from the internet rather than having to have piles of news papers laying around the house waiting to be disposed of. Not to mention, I think Americans are getting fed up with the lies they have to read in the news papers they pay inflated prices for. So once people quit buying printed news papers and readership goes down, so will advertising. Let them try to charge people to read the internet......that is when they will be shut off all together.

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