With less than two days before Election Day, the L.A. Times has
decided to withhold a potentially explosive video featuring
presidential candidate Barack Obama and Rashid Khalidi, a
pro-terrorist radical and one-time spokesman for the late
PLO head Yasser Arafat, rather than allow the public to view
the video and make up their own minds.
According to the L.A. Times report, the video shows Obama
reminiscing about meals prepared by Khalidi's wife, and
"conversations that had challenged his thinking, " but
released no other details of the video.
If the L.A. Times professes to be in the news business, it
should reveal all the news, not suppress it.
Given Obama's longtime, personal relationship
with Rev. Jeremiah Wright, whose anti-Israel rhetoric has been
oft repeated, it's essential Americans have an opportunity to
view the truths found on that videotape--before the election!
On the heals of an amazingly successful grassroots initiative
directed at CNN just days ago, I'm urging Americans to take fast action by contacting the L.A. Times
and demanding they immediately release this video.
Go here to access the L.A. Times article, and send your
personalized email to key L.A. Times staff:http://www.mrcaction.org/r.asp?U=12866&CID=506&RID=11417499
At this late hour, we cannot allow the liberal
media to withhold key information from the American public.
We simply must take to task whenever we see liberal media bias--
and this is certainly a prime example.
Please take immediate action by contacting the L.A. Times today,
demanding release of that potentially explosive video by clicking here:http://www.mrcaction.org/r.asp?U=12867&CID=506&RID=11417499
After sending your emails, and making your phone calls,
forward this message to 20-30 friends urging them to follow
your lead by clicking here:http://www.mrcaction.org/r.asp?U=12868&CID=506&RID=11417499
Again, there is far too much at stake to allow the liberal media
elite to dictate what stories we are fed each day. The media have
a responsibility to report the truth, and we must hold them accountable