Skip to comments.The top four stories the media has downplayed to help Obama
Posted on 08/21/2012 10:31:01 AM PDT by EG1979
There is nothing new about the national media downplaying stories that lend support to conservative arguments. If a firearm is used to prevent a lethal crime, or unethical activity is uncovered at a liberal institution, the media goes to great lengths to make sure no one notices. But since Obamas election, the media has also been downplaying stories that lend support to liberal arguments when those stories have the potential to damage the Obama presidency. This is the case even for stories that under normal circumstances would have remained on newspapers front pages until they were seared into the national consciousness. To the media, there is no higher calling than protecting Obama.
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5) the debt
6) the REAL unemployment rate
7) Fast and Furious
8) 0bama’s ‘Arab Spring’
John Corzine stealing a billion dollars and getting away with it scot-free
Continued US Soldier deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan
Voter and immigration lawsuits against various States.
Destruction of coal industry
Destruction of coastal industries in deep south
Trillions more in debt
....shall we keep going?
The media barely even talked about 0bama's FALSIFYING A BP OIL SPILL COMMITTEE REPORT. An impeachable offense for sure.
WIND TURBINES KILL OVER 400,000 BIRDS PER YEAR IN THE U.S., MOSTLY RAPTORS.
Does the media question WHY NO ONE AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY REMEMBERS OBAMA? The man who gave the keynote speech at "0bama's class reunion" WASN'T 0bama. Why was this classes' most successful graduate (Obama) NOT at the reunion?
Also, leaking highly classified information for political gain is treasonous. Our future intelligence gathering capabilities were traded for 0bama's political gain. FAR WORSE THAN WATERGATE HERE, FOLKS. Where's the media on these crimes?
Dishonorable Disclosures (22:00 Youtube video)
Special Operations (OPSEC) (website to get involved)
Janet Napolitano’s departmental discrimination revelations would be front page news if this were a Republican administration.
Meanwhile, the Fiat-led Chrysler is coming back, thanks to a nice mix of models and very positive reaction to the new Dodge Dart compact sedan. Even the Fiat 500--which started slowly in sales--is starting to be popular, and will really take off once the four-door 500L arrives early next year.
In the end, all the "distractions" the MSM wants to do can't hide the fact the US economy is going through the slowest recovery since the Great Depression of the 1930's. And the still-unstable European economy (despite the efforts of the European Central Bank) could send the world back into a deep recession if European sovereign debt defaults start happening.