Robert Scheer was just _too_ truthful and factual about the Bush regime's treason and crimes against humanity, I'd have to guess. And that's a fatal crime when one works for a Republican-owned media franchise. No wonder you fired him.
The truth about the Bush regime’s atrocities is making its way into the consciousness of more and more Americans so you had to chop one of the
most sensible and legitimate journalists on your staff. (And no, denials about how it’s all some coincidence and he was slated to get axed anyway aren’t believable.)
You know, it’s no wonder why paper readership is down across the country. Not only are people becoming ever more illiterate, fewer people believe
what comes out of mainstream corporate media any more. The Bush regime you work for was caught numerous times paying people like you to lie to
the citizens of America -- government propaganda that’s supposed to be illegal. So the alternative? Get ride of any journalist who actually has integrity and honesty.
Scheer was the Los Angeles Time’s last remaining shining beacon of unfettered truth and with him getting kicked out the door, readers have less reason to subject themselves to right-wing lies masquerading as journalism. It’s no wonder Americans are getting their news from foreign news outlets off of the Internet.
By the time this fascist regime is done, the Los Angeles Times will be a conspiracy kook rag catering to the extremist Christian fundamentalists of
the Republican Nazi Party, subscribed to by the intellectual likes of Pat Robertson, David Duke, and the outrageously moronic likes of Tom Cruise.
I'm angry. I'm outraged. You've pissed me off.