Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Misleading Headline

Probe finds churches’ visa program riddled with fraud

Sounds serious. Since it's the Boston Globe they're probably talking about the Catholic church right? Not exactly. You have to get to third paragraph to find out what this is really all about.

A report on the investigation, obtained by the Globe, said that instances of fraud were particularly high among applicants from predominantly Muslim countries, and the report raised concerns about potential terrorism risks.

Doesn't the headline sound like some kind of monetary illegality? Wouldn't a headline such as "Terrorists trying to set up Mosques illegally in the United States" be more appropriate? But then again to democrats one mans terrorist is another mans freedom fighter.


Anonymous BLAKE said...

Boston Globe must have lots of muslims who are terrorists, so many in fact that they can't see an inch in front of their evil faces to know what is happening all about them. It's par for the course that they try to disguise the headline in order to get readers. The Bums! Real journalists don't need fake headlines.

July 12, 2006 6:51 PM  

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