Media ignores the largest legal action in history..church files suit

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    "The broadcast networks “all but spiked the largest legal action in history to defend our constitutionally protected religious freedom,” the analyst says, citing CBS, ABC and NBC for skimming over news that 43 Catholic dioceses and organizations filed a lawsuit Monday against the Obama administration."

    "“This is not a mistake, nor is it an editorial oversight by the broadcast networks. This is a deliberate and insidious withholding of national news to protect the ‘chosen one’ who ABC, CBS and NBC have worked so hard to elect.”
    Lead stories and in-depth reports are in order, he suggests, following revelations that the Catholic Church unleashed “legal Armageddon” on the White House, promising not to comply with health care reforms that would require religiously affiliated institutions to offer birth control to employees.
    “Instead, these networks are sending a clear message to all Americans that the networks will go to any lengths — even censoring from the public an event of this historic magnitude — to prevent the release of any information that will hurt Obama’s chances of re-election,” Mr. Bozell concludes."

    Inside the Beltway: Lawsuit, what lawsuit? - Washington Times
     
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    From the above link:

    Let the show begin: President Obama isn’t the only Democrat to draw glittering Hollywood firepower. Silver-screen hunks Ben Affleck and Matt Damon — who both grew up near Boston — staged a “Massachusetts Evening” at a Santa Monica, Calif., production studio Monday night to raise money for consumer advocate and Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren, who would like very much to take Edward M. Kennedy’s old U.S. Senate seat from Sen. Scott P. Brown, a hunk in his own right
     
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    2nd thread on this this weekend. But I say GOOD! Let the church throw their money away on lawyers. If they have any left after paying sexual molestation settlements,that is.
     
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    SHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Keep it down!
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    Why?
     

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