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Examples include: - A man who in 2008 made verbal threats towards Bush at the White House fence where he left a suspicious package; - A student who was quoted in a 2007 school publication as saying, “I would like to shoot George W.
Bush, because in my opinion he is the worst president ever.
Often, the Secret Service is only alerted to a possible threat by reports in the media. I contend that the media is aggressively reporting on, highlighting and pursuing any and all possible threats to President Obama — and even hints of threats — but they purposely glossed over, ignored or failed to report similar threats to President Bush. I believe it is part of an ideological bias: most mainstream networks and newspapers tried their best during the Bush administration to portray the anti-war movement as mainstream and moderate; whereas now they are trying to portray the anti-tax and anti-health-care-bill protesters as extremists and as fringe kooks.
To achieve these goals, they essentially suppressed any mentions of the violent signage (including threats to Bush) at anti-war rallies, but have highlighted anything that could even conceivably be construed as a threat at anti-Obama events.
In fact, I’m pointing the finger of blame in an entirely different direction.Let me make this perfectly clear: I am not publishing this essay in order to make excuses for anyone who has threatened President Obama, or who plans to threaten him in the future.This is not some wrongheaded attempt at a logical fallacy; in other words, I’m not trying to claim that death threats against Bush in the past justify threats against Obama now. What I’m saying is that present-day threats to Obama at protests investigated, which I think is inexcusable.The reason: Because the media intentionally failed to report on them.Which is why both the average American and the Secret Service never became aware of many of these protest threats.
Because the bald fact is that people threatened Bush at protests all the time by displaying menacing signs and messages — exactly as the anti-Obama protester just did in Maryland. Because this essay exists for one reason only: To prove beyond any doubt that explicit and implicit threats to Bush’s life were commonly displayed at public protests throughout his term as president.