This could be said to be a case of "poetic justice". In 2008, the mainstream media ignored all rules of journalism. The media including the New York Times orchestrated a two prong strategy. The first part of the strategy was to mass market Barack Hussein Obama as the greatest thing ever to come along since Abraham Lincoln, John Fitzgerald Kennedy and even Jesus Christ. Their second part of their strategy was to attack viciously, repeatedly and recklessly anything related to John Sydney McCain and Sarah Palin whether it was true or in most cases untrue. It doesn't take the brightest people "sorry Obamatrons "in the room to know that the media ran zero investigative stories on Barack Obama during 2008, eventhough there were plenty of issues that were out there and needed to be explored such as Obama's past, his affiliations and his beliefs. Earlier in the year the New York Times wrote a hit piece on a former lobbyist for John McCain. Her name is Vicki L. Iseman. The piece from the slimes reported that McCain aides once worried the relationship between Iseman and McCain had turned romantic
. Now it looks like the ones that should be "worried" is the New York Times itself. On Tuesday Ms. Iseman filed a $27 million dollar defamation suit in U.S. District Court in Richmond
. I hope and pray that she wins her case. Since the New York Times is already treading on financial skid row
, a quick payout or even drawing this case out won't be good for the Times financially. Maybe Ms. Iseman's lawsuit will accelerate the New York Time inevitable Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing. I so hope so. If we are lucky maybe the New York Times will be so financially drained from this lawsuit and it's crushing debt load that it will have to go chapter 7 liquidation instead of chapter 11 reorganization. In any case maybe Governor Palin can help sell the New York Times assets on Ebay in a liquidation sale. Keep your fingers crossed and wish Ms. Iseman good luck with her case going forward.