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Obama’s military PR offensive? Pink boxers and forgotten coverups

Where are the news photos of the Code Pink house?

It seems more than a coincidence that one of today’s top stories on Yahoo news is the story of the soldier who was phootgraphed fighting in pink boxers and that on the same day the cover of the USA Today magazine is about the military charities who are “selfless” in the “time of war”.  The most galling part is USA Today wrote about Pat Tillman’s family starting a charity without mentioning the coverup of him being killed by friendly fire.  And we are not in a war, we declared war on other countries and have been paying for it ever since.  The corporate press spent the Bush administration promoting these wars as a good and necessary thing, only to be shown up by the independent media that they were printed government generated lies.  Now that Obama is continuing the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the corporate press is back to beating the drum to generate public support for these unneccessary wars.  Wanna write an article about someone in pink, how about the Code Pink house in Washington DC?  Wanna write about selflessness, how about the peace activists who were shunned and mocked for opposing these wars from the beginning?

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