The media love affair with Obama it seems, is unabated in some quarters. Time magazine is happy to spread the word internationally that Russia is the savior of peace and America has become a weak and waffling nation. But it won't tell Americans. That'd look bad on the president. Time can't have that.
Via the Daily Caller:
Time Magazine’s cover for its September 16 issue features a picture of contented-looking Russian president Vladimir Putin, complete with a black background and a damning caption that declares “America’s weak and waffling, Russia’s rich and resurgent.”But Time’s editors are shielding Americans from the demoralizing picture, putting a cheerful, sky-blue photo on the covers of magazines distributed in the United States.“It’s time to pay college athletes,” says the chirpy, non-political U.S. cover, which shows a ball-carrying football player with arm outstretched.The cover most Americans saw at the checkout counter safely overlooked a widely perceived fumble by President Barack Obama that left Russia to carry the ball in the Syrian war.
It's one thing to be clearly biased for a president, but to actually tell the rest of the world that America has become weak and waffling, isn't that actually playing a part in downgrading the nation worldwide? It's almost treasonous what Time has done.