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Saturday, March 31, 2007

Lying HuffPo Headline #244

The actual AP headline read, "Gen. TRIED To Warn Bush On Tillman".

Arianna and the Huffington Post ares such lying hacks. We're all aware of their MO by now; change the headlines so that they reflect the liberals' skewed version of reality.

In a memo sent to a four-star general a week after Tillman's April 22, 2004, death, then-Maj. Gen. Stanley McChrystal warned that it was "highly possible" the Army Ranger was killed by friendly fire. McChrystal made it clear his warning should be conveyed to the president.


White House spokesman Blain Rethmeier said Friday that a review of records turned up no indication that the president had received McChrystal's warning. Bush made no reference to the way Tillman died in a speech delivered two days after the memo was written.

It's worth noting that when Tillman joined the Rangers, the HuffPo members were frothing at the mouth and voicing hopes that he would be killed.

Now they like him because he can be used as a tool against America and the Bush Administration.

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