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  • Obama Complains Fox News Made Him Look Scary ( That mean FNC does this all the time)

    10/13/2015 8:26:49 PM PDT · by sickoflibs · 61 replies
    breitbart ^ | 13 Oct 2015 | Charlie Spiering
    President Barack Obama complained that Fox News made him “look scary” during his first run for president, and suggested that his race was part of the network’s attempt to slant the presidential election. Obama made his remarks during a conversation with author Marilynne Robinson which was published by The New York Review. While discussing a book she wrote about Iowa, Obama recalled his own experiences with the people there as he was running for president. “I wasn’t viewed through this prism of Fox News and conservative media, and making me scary,” he said, adding that it was easy for him...
  • WaPo: Jobs report puts a damper on Obama's effort to keep the message positive (BARF!)

    08/06/2010 10:24:11 AM PDT · by maggief · 22 replies
    Washington Post ^ | August 6, 2010 | Scott Wilson
    President Obama spent much of the week harvesting bits of good news from some of his short- and longer-term initiatives. In Chicago, he showcased the revived U.S. auto industry that he bailed out last year. And here in Washington his senior advisers highlighted a federal report showing that most of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico is gone, suggesting a less-grave scenario than had been predicted. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs called that "good news" and said the federal response to the spill had played an important part in containing the potential damage. Obama even dropped in on...