The New York Times Officially Jumps Sides Mid-War

Little Green Footballs points out an image from a recent slide show at The New York Times

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The caption reads:

“A sniper loyal to Shiite cleric Moqtada al Sadr fires towards U.S. positions in the cemetery in Najaf, Iraq.”

Michele McNally: “Right there with the Mahdi army. Incredible courage.”

Jeff Goldstein explains how the NYT officially severed ties with their own country with this photo.

Michelle Malkin says the question is finally settled definitively.

Hat Tip Larwyn

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Blackfive answers the age-old question about the patriotism of the Left.

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