MSM hiding great news from Iraq

Our frequent contributor Noel Sheppard has noted at Newsbusters that ABC News and Time Magazine conducted a poll in Iraq which yielded startlingly positive news for the Bush adsministration's policies: 

71 percent of the Iraqis saying their lives are "going well"

Although ABC reported the poll on This Week with George Staphanopoulous and World News Tonight, nobody else in the American mainstream media has picked up the survey results. This contrasts with widespread dissemination of polls which reflect unfavorably on the President.

Neil notes that even the rabidly anti—Bush BBC has republished the poll results. But not our friends in the "unbiased" American media.

Thomas Lifson 12 12 05

Our frequent contributor Noel Sheppard has noted at Newsbusters that ABC News and Time Magazine conducted a poll in Iraq which yielded startlingly positive news for the Bush adsministration's policies: 

71 percent of the Iraqis saying their lives are "going well"

Although ABC reported the poll on This Week with George Staphanopoulous and World News Tonight, nobody else in the American mainstream media has picked up the survey results. This contrasts with widespread dissemination of polls which reflect unfavorably on the President.

Neil notes that even the rabidly anti—Bush BBC has republished the poll results. But not our friends in the "unbiased" American media.

Thomas Lifson 12 12 05