Monday, April 19, 2010

Doug's thought of the day

Today is the 235th anniversary of Lexington and Concorde, more commonly known as “Patriots Day“. Wizbang has a brief history. Here is a snippet

It was on this day 235 years ago that the British army set out to arrest two key patriots, Samuel Adams and John Hancock. They also wanted to capture a stockpile of Colonial ammunition stored at Concord.

As the British advanced, Paul Revere, William Dawes and Samuel Prescott rode out to warn the surrounding towns, signaling the Minutemen to ready themselves for possible confrontation
Now, here is my thought. If MSNBS, and CNN, and the rest of the main stream media were around that day, how would they have painted those patriots and minutemen? Wanna bet they would be coloring them as radicals, dangerous, and, OF COURSE, extremists? Just think about it.

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