Bill Keller, Position At The Time Of Iraq Invasion: Keller served as an op-ed columnist and senior writer for The New York Times from 2001-2003, then became its executive editor in July 2003. [NYTimes.com, accessed 3/19/13] Keller Served As "A Leading 'Liberal Hawk' Backing The Invasion Of Iraq.
Judith Miller, Position At The Time Of Iraq Invasion: New York Times investigative reporter. [New York Times, 11/9/05] Miller Produced A Series Of Now-Debunked Reports That Saddam Hussein Had WMD. As Franklin Foer wrote for New York magazine:
Where Are The Media's Iraq War Boosters 10 Years Later? | Research | Media Matters for America
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what does the word "those" refer to?"As the Obama administration and the American public have focused their attention on ISIS in recent weeks, conservative groups and leading Republicans have issued stark warnings like those that ISIS and other extremists from Syria are planning to enter the country illegally from Mexico,"
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I may be wrong.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
32 “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. 33 But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.
However, that doesn't change the fact that they were still very critical of the war effort, almost the moment after the statue had fell. Even in the post you mentioned, it talked how Thomas Friedman had his trepidation. And keep in mind, these are the people that broke the Blackwater Scandal. These are the people that Wikileak went through to release the Afghan and Iraq War Tapes, and the Diplomatic Cables. And These are also the guys that were the go to guys with the exposure of the NSA activities. I'm sorry, if you are pro-establishment, you don't rock the boat this damn much. I get it that they disagreed with you on ONE issue, that doesn't mean their not liberal, it just means their human. And by the way, if you were to rewind time and give them the option, NONE of them would go down that road twice. The real neocons, the ones that really did want this war, are the ones out there still defending it today but instead talking about it as a campaign of liberation.
They may not be as far left as you want, but that don't mean their not left of center. However, if you rather not be objective, then I suppose everyone is to the right of you, and in that case, oh well.
What people don't realize is that their "big heart" is transporting drugs, guns, people and terrorists and street gangs.