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Now, when we saw a thumbnail on the front page for this article, we knew that something was up. If the Times is talking about "a beautiful life," you know that some serious deviance has to be going on.
And sure enough, after shuttling over to the New York section, our suspicions were confirmed when we saw this picture:
A grieving negro with a funny name (Kindoo Mannion-Vanover), two dubious-looking white guys, the Times talking with hagiographic reverence of somebody's beautiful life, what was going on here, we wondered?
The New York Times takes it a bit too far sometimes, and this is a perfect example of their excessive zeal in promoting all things non-traditional, unnatural, and unGodly.
From the article:
"[The life of the aids-infested black crack baby was]...a lesson in grace and resilience, the parable of good lives and deeds outside the prescribed lines, in the remarkably long and way-too-short life of Maurice Mannion-Vanover, dead at age 20 on January 14th."
There was even a horse, and to make a perfect picture even more perfect, the horse, Rocky, was "a 4 year-old cross between a Morgan and a quarter horse."
In the diseased minds of the criminals at the NYT, two butt buddies playing parent to an aids-infested black crack baby constitutes the ultimate ideal in "family values"; meanwhile, normal heterosexual married couples with children are to be discussed with unbridled scorn, and if said couples are white, their unearned white privilege must be exposed with contempt.
The New York Times is taking it too far. This has to stop. Please join me in telling Times communist Peter Applebome (author of the "Our Town" column - email him here) what you think about this.
The New York Times: Turning Reality Upside-Down Since Since 1964.