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Tuesday, May 4, 2010
For Graham, Protesting Ariz. Immigration Law = 'Pro-Amnesty'
Topic: Media Research Center

An April 30 TimesWatch post by Tim Graham expressed dispproval that the New York Times covered "another tiny left-wing protest of 'dozens' against Arizona’s new immigration law." That's not surprising. But the headline is: "Hyping 'Dozens' of Pro-Amnesty Protesters - At a Chicago Cubs Game."

Huh? How does protesting a law critics say could lead to racial profiling equate to being "pro-amnesty"?  Graham doesn't explain -- heck, he doesn't even mention the word "amnesty" in his item outside the headline.

We know "amnesty" is being tossed around by right-wingers to frighten people about all those brown people, but sheesh, Tim, try to focus the scare tactics a bit, would ya?

Posted by Terry K. at 12:14 AM EDT

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