National Examiner Magazine
About National Examiner MagazineNational Examiner magazine features latest celebrity news and gossip. Also find human interest stories and a weekly crossword puzzle in each issue of the National Examiner. More Info
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I read an article by Nancy Scott in the National Examiner that was so much Horse manure, I could smell it in the store. This arrogant, and totally uninformed wannabe writer made statements that where not only false, but designed to mislead the gullible, and insight the ignorant, and easily led Conservative. Claiming no other President ever bowed to a World Leader, and that World War ll veterans would be appalled to see Obama Bow to the Japanese Emperor is nothing but Politically Motivated Hyperbole. I think someone should inform Ms. Scott that President Dwight David Eisenhower bowed to French Leader Charles De Gaulle on September 2, 1959 because it was French Protocol. I think she'd be floored to know that Tricky Dick Nixon not only bowed to the Emperor of Japan, but to the Chinese Leader also. We don't have to go back too far in History to see George Bush bow to the Saudi King, kiss him twice, and walk holding hands, yet she implies that what Obama did was disrespectful to War Veterans who fought in the Pacific, and showed that Americans are subservient. I think someone should tell Ms. Scott that when she leaves her place of employment, and gets into her Toyota to go home, that is the biggest insult you can give to a Veteran of the Pacific Campaign. The fact that the Industrial Power that America was; The Arsenal Of Freedom, and has been sold off by her beloved Conservative Party is the biggest insult to a Pacific War Veteran. I really find it amazing how people try to rewrite History, and leave out those parts that don't make their story valid. Ms. Scott's article is something I would have expected from Nazi Propagana Minister Joseph Goebbels, or Nazi wannbe: Rush Limbaugh. Since this was the first time I ever read an article from the National Examiner, and her's was the very first story in the paper, I can insure you it was the last time I ever pick up this tabloid.
I was appalled to see this article in your magazine. You said how cute this was to have elephants painted as pandas. This is cruelty to the elephant and I will not buy another magazine from you and recommend no one buy because of such unethical writing.
I have been reading The Examiner for a few years now. I just love it. Love your stories and I love your contestes which I always enter. You tell it like it is and I always will continue to read it. I also read other gossip magazines, but yours 'stands out'.