Sure, and Watergate was not covered enough even tho it was pretty much continuous coverage 24/7 for months on end.
Fox is “knuckling under” to the regime.
And our president says its a bump in the road. Couldn't even stay in Washington and deal with it. Had to go to freakin Vegas for a fund raiser.
Believe me when I tell you that many people in my branch of the service have taken note of his BFD attitude.
Me thinks the WH has corrupted dimples.
TREASON...in real-time, pre-meditated, continuous, ongoing. Questions NOT asked, answers NOT forthcoming. TREASON like this republic has never seen before.
Nothing to see there Ed Propagandist...move along now.
R.I.P. Glen Doherty, Sean Smith, Chris Stevens, Tyrone Woods.
R.I.H. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, David Petraeus, Susan Rice and the remainder of the co-conspirators/enablers.
The Saudi part-owners of Fox must’ve called.
Ed must be taking heat from his pals at CNN.
I’m thinking Iran/Contra, No WMD in Iraq, Valerie Palme stories.
**WHO in the hell gave the damn order to NOT rescue our men in Benghazi?**
What’s the matter, Ed? Your buddies giving you a bad time in the press bar?
Craziness. Nancy pelosi and the libdems ran against Mark Foley in 2006 and won the HoR. The media covered all of her pronouncements and repeated all the questions ad nauseum.
Seriously, Ed, the question is not who at Fox is questioning Benghazi too much, but, why all the others are not questioning enough.
First it was “Fast and Furious” and now it’s the Benghazi murders. Everything is going down the rabbit hole.
I have lost count of all the scandals, crimes and apparent acts of treason... it’s all becoming a blur to me.
Things seem to build up, drag on and then, just blow away.
Anybody else notice that whoever covers Obama, from FoxNews, slants their stories for Obama? FED UP WITH THEM ALL!
This is very disappointing to hear him say that.
America does not deserve its current inhabitants.
And the current inhabitants do not deserve America.
There are some who do not deserve to be painted with this broad brush, and so I make this mention of them.
But beyond those people, the rest deserve to fall, and fall hard.
Henry was probably directing his remark, of last Thursday, to Hannity and Greta, and maybe Lou Dobbs, commentators who probably turned the Benghazi story into a bonanza ratings triumph.
But for Catherine Herridge and the other female reporter, we would still know only the talking points. Given no one seems to care, and there will be no accountability, it all seems for naught.
Issa seems already to have become bored with Fast & Furious, so what chance does Benghazi have? Poor guy. No one cares in DC. McCain chews on this stuff for his moment in the spotlight and then retreats.
I hope he is flooded with emails on this. I can’t find where to write him, and I don’t do twitter.
People know all about the holocaust and Gestapo, but US historians have covered Japan’s 1930’s considerably less. Japanese authorities hadvery good control of their media but it was ALL INFORMAL —there were VERY few actual legal provisions for formal control of the press.
It was ALL self-censorship —they’d dispatch some insider to talk to a newpaper biggie, and they’d crush stories they didn’t like —arrests of political enemies, battles that went the wrong way, even freaking NANKING; there was almost nothing they couldn’t throttle down.
Ya know what they said? They said that INFORMAL control was way better, somehow. They said that trying the suckers to censor themselves was much better than going and creating heroes by throwing them in jail, and THAT kept the system rolling.
At the time I first learned that I was incredulous but I’m sorry to say that as an American in this day and age...
I KNOW ZACTLY WHAT THEY MEANT.
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