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It’s been a deep and yet not deep enough day in the news. Keep reading for today’s Hip Hop based commentary on what New York Times headline articles say and, more importantly, don’t say: by political poet Naxal. That’s me. I flips the news like you never seen. Almost on the Daily. Enjoy.
July 12, 2007
first story/ left column: even a kid with cojones could get a govt license to buy nuclear bombs, at least that’s what congressional investigators say, after they faked out the nuclear regulatory commission, acting like they were an incorporated construction business in west virginia, applied for a license to buy radioactive materials to build a “dirty bomb,” NRC mails em a license lickety split, without even trippin off the fact that this so called business had no employees, no web site, and no offices…aren’t these the same folks who walk into other people’s country’s all agro about nuclear capacity? and here they are, the nuclear regulatory commission, easier to fake out than a love starved bouncer in the mood. looks like congress finally did sumthin right, checks and balances indeed.
second story/center box/picture: new orleans, a to be continued story of to be continued lives on parallels edge with war torn migrants and refugees across the world, it speaks of hunger and housing, the article teams with statistics and even a past quote from president bush, to highlight the state sponsored lie, alive, she is, ms. gweondolyn marie allen, in her FEMA trailer park home, graceful as the day’s paper of record centerfold should be, looking for all the word like a member of the international citizenry, fly swatting hold on humanity, now tell me, are we free?
third fourth fifth and sixth stories/right half/top and bottom:
together they sound like this/
student loan sharks get haggled over in congress and start sweating now boys, the republicans can no longer numerically get your back stabbing back/
texas iconoclast lady bird johnson passed away last night she was known for her dedication to highway beautification, which I can’t hate on as a frequent cross country driver, and for being lyndon b. johnson’s widow, president of the u.s. from ’63-’69, the president most like bush, key words: nationally unpopular troop escalation/
real estate is stoopid expensive in manhattan, this article is so lifestyles of the rich and famous, look you can buy house in houston with a pool and a den, or you can buy a parking space in a basement in manhattan, what would you do with $225, 000 dollars?, maybe the times is trying to compete with the glossy gossip rags, ya think?/
in the last article on the front page, the reading public is essentially being prepped for a presidential announcement to be issued in a few days on the so called progress in iraq, im sorry, but when did the prospect of the re-announcement of canned lies become front page news?
You could read the whole paper, or you could read me. Stay tuned for more of All the News That’s Fit to Flip by political poet, NaXaL.
P.S. Happy 38th Wedding Anniversary Mom and Dad!!