Dallas Morning News Bias – November 14, 2013

Any doubts now why Obamacare’s rollout was put off till after the 2012 election?
Any doubts now why the employer mandate was delayed – quite illegally – till after the 2014 election?
OP-ED YOU WON’T SEE IN THE DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER NEWS
Think Obamacare Is Bad Now? It Gets Worse
NOT NEWS TO THE DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER NEWS
1) Americans 34 times more interested in buying guns than Obamacare
2) Historically black college cancels student health plans, cites Obamacare
4) Ex-Fed official: ‘I’m sorry for QE’
Meanwhile, The News’ “news”
*Health plan tally: 106,185, NYT, p. 1A – The Times still refers to Dear Leader’s “signature legislative initiative” — not his “controversiallegislative initiative!” Hahahahahahahahahahaha!
*[Texas] Senate Democrat will enter [lieutenant governor’s] race, p. 3A – “Weaselly Wascally Wayne” Slater emerges from his fetid lair to remind that “Abortion Barbie” “catapulted to national attention” with her filibuster. (Ted Cruz? He “catapulted” nowhere in The DMN.) Slater also claims the GOP “bent Senate rules” to stop “Barbie’s” filibuster. (We must assume the chamber-riot accompanying “Barbie’s” bleating solo bent no rules.)
*Motivational … or maddening?, p. 1B – It seems a motivational speaker with a penchant for praising traditional gender roles and Christianity has “been allowed to speak” at Richardson High School — and that “stirred up controversy!” Tips from seething libs on Twitter sent DMN Dem scribe Jeff Weiss scurrying to detail this creeping malevolence. (Note, this is “news” — not Obamacare’s pro-promiscuity ads.) Ready?: “Being a man means protecting the weak — and women. High school boys and girls should be wary of putting too much into a romance that is almost certain to dissolve. Boys and girls should be true to themselves and not compromise to keep a relationship.” Stop!!! I can take no more!! Thank God RISD APOLOGIZED! … Weiss sez though this interloper did not mention religion or dating “rules” from his decade-old book, “some” [lib] parents and students still cried foul. (After all, here in the middle of erasing gender from these kids’ experience — here comes this guy!) … Weiss, of course, notes the offending book is based on “a particular interpretation of Christian teachings.” (Yeah, that Bible stuff about man and wife, mother and father, is just some  folks’ “particular interpretation.”) And Weisscertainly doesn’t name the book. (Are you kidding?) … Weiss uses an anonymous tweet to drive home the offense (verbatim): “Because why should a motivational speaker even try to not make hasty generalizations about every guy and girl in high school?” Great source, Jeff! Not a complete sentence — and it makes no sense! … Missing context: these “enraged” parents and their spawn are the same ones who find offensive public-school mention of Christmas at Christmas, Easter at Easter — and Jesus anytime. In other words — leave theindoc to them.
*Work, don’t talk, Op-Ed, p. 15A – Oh, here making broad generalizations is A-OK! … (Love the title — straight out of Ho Chi Minh’s rice fields!) … Check out lefty Rev. Larry James (emphasis/parentheses mine): Dallas needs a new City Manager who’s “unafraid to cast a large, comprehensive vision for addressing and solving a number of longstanding, pressing community needs.” (Like with Obamacare! Central-planner decides, we ride.) The new CM should also “set in place” a Southern Dallas Authority — like Mayor Rawlings’ GrowSouth effort, he says, but with tons more money and time to spend it! (Lare calls it, “sustained funding capacity to get to work and stay at work for the next 10-15 years.” Much slicker, I agree.) This CM should also have a “clear-eyed vision of what is best for the entire city.” (Like anyone can even know that, Lare.) This will “propel” the CM into the “hard work of getting things done for everyone” so Dallas can become “more fully the city that works for all of us.” In case you’re wondering what that all means, he makes it clear late: 
— “immigration reform”
— “living wage jobs”
— “public health and public benefits”
— “expansion of opportunity for higher education among an increasingly diverse community”
— “workforce housing development”
— and [blah, blah, blah] 
Understand, unlike that motivational speaker above, Lare’s words cause no alarm at The DMN.

Author: Rick Atkinson

Rick creates highlights of the news with an eye toward pointing out the bias of the Dallas Morning News, conservative values, and events that impact the local north Texas area.

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