Maybe we should start sending Obama buttons to all the media who show bias.
As if complaining about liberal media bias does something about it or is remotely new.
It helps with: ventilating feelings.
And that’s about it.
The DNC and its wholly-owned subsidiaries, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, NYT, WaPo...
They’re already wearing Obama underoos.
You can buy Obama knee pads along with tire gauges and tee shirts on the campaign website.
They do. Check out the shot of Gwen Ifill at the DNC.
Real journalists might be exploring the reasons for such an immediate and unwise piling on by State and the Administration of an until-they-publicized-it obscure film few were aware of.
From an old movie.....
“What price silence, old media?...What price silence?”
Here is a case in point - Chris Cizilla of the WashCompost, on the same day that the mideast is set aflame, claims Romney had the ‘worst week’ -
Some of the comments on his ludicrous act of Obama butt-kissing are hilarious:
Makes perfect sense to me, Romney stepped and said what was on every thinking Americans mind, that we should not be apologizing for our freedom of speech and the President has dropped the ball with his appeasement/apology foreign policy. Meanwhile, attacks on US embassies all over the Middle East, 4 dead, Islamists on the rise and instead of covering the epic fail foreign policy of the POTUS, MSM decides to circle the wagons on Romney. Yeah, Romney got the worst of it this week.
Chris Chris Chris. This little article just shows how sad you shills have become. This week has shown the American public that you are nothing more than Palace Guards for the Great One, Barack Obama. This disaster lays at his feet, and you refuse to admit it or allow it to happen. Deflect, deflect, deflect. Mitt Romney had a bad week??? The American public thinks he’s had a great week and Obama and his media foot soldiers are a flaming disaster.
Obama had the worst and possibly fatal week. The attacks on the embassies, explode his previously very legitimate claim to be superior on foreign policy and dealing with terrorism. Syria is getting worse, Iraq is exploding into sectarian violence again, afghan allies keep killing our troops, and Iran is speeding up its atomic program and Netanyahu is attacking Obama openly. The employment figures show job and economic growth are poor and may already be going back into recession, and cetainly not givng him the boost he hoped he would be getting to show if thigns were bad they are at least going in the right direction. The Chicago teacher strike supports Romney that public education is a failure and a waste, and puts Obama’s former chief of staff and new fund raiser on the wrong side of a key support group.
Bless your liberal heart! Forget about the horrendous events unfolding in various places, the allegations that the US wasn’t prepared despite warnings, and the fact that the previous three Democratic candidates for president all “politicized” foreign events at crucial moments.
What you really should say is that Romney, by saying something - anything - opened himself to more criticism of the “Look, a squirrel” variety as Obama’s reset foreign policy crashed and burned - LITERALLY, as Uncle Joe would say.
Make no mistake. Let me be clear. President Obama had the worst week in Washington. Unfortunately, it’s the American cause in the Middle East and throughout the world that is suffering as a result.
Worst week? 1 Media 2 Obama campaign - they can no longer simply say “we killed bin Laden” as their FP platform.
Four killed, including a US Ambassador, dozens wounded on the Second 9/11, the State Department in disarray....and the POTUS flies off to Vegas, Baby for a fund raiser. And Chris thinks Mitt had the worst week...LOL.
And so it goes. The media beclowned itself with its over-the-top bias, but the good news is most informed Americans saw right through it.