This is frikkin' unbelievable...Newsweek: The O’Garbage Factor (Fox News isn't just bad. It's un-American)
Oh please. I wonder if NBC is democratic enough, whatever democratic means. The same goes for CBS, ABC, CNN or any other network news agency that USED to be MSM but now the LSM and why the Obamatards news agencies are TANKING! And I mean tanking badly! No wonder the Maoist Anita Dunn is attacking Fox News. What did Murdoch do? After letting all know just how MIRACULOUS his agencies ratings were, he FIRED an Obamatard! GO GO FOX NEWS!
Here's the ObamaSycophant:
Last week, when White House Communications Director Anita Dunn charged the Fox News Channel with right-wing bias, Fox responded the way it always does. It denied the accusation with a straight face while proceeding to confirm it with its coverage.
Consider Fox's Web story on the episode. It quotes five people. Two of them work for Fox. All of them assert that administration officials are either wrong in substance or politically foolish to criticize the network. No one is cited supporting Dunn's criticisms or saying that it could make sense for Obama to challenge the network's power. It's a textbook example of a biased journalism. [...]
Can you believe this crap? Gee. I wonder if Olbermann gets to say his piece with no one asking him any questions and I wonder how many "spectators" the fool gets?
Jacob Weisberg. Asshat. Where do we get all of these asshats from? The poor slob ends his tiny and intellectually free diatribe this way:
[...] Whether the White House engages with Fox is a tactical political question. Whether we journalists continue to do so is an ethical one. By appearing on Fox, reporters validate its propaganda values and help to undermine the role of legitimate news organizations. Respectable journalists—I'm talking to you, Mara Liasson—should stop appearing on its programs. A boycott would make Ailes too happy, so let's try just ignoring Fox, shall we? And no, I don't want to come on The O'Reilly Factor to discuss it. [...]
We journalists? ROFLMAO! I guess this jerk-off forgot all about the Articles of Journalism. Silly Jacob. How's that insecurity you have bellowing, eh?
But, heh! I forgot the Gray lady in her hour of low ratings and readership...
David Carr "seems to have" a decent voice but the only thing I can think of is that Fox News is winning this one. It is a decent article but it ends this way...
[...] People who work in political communications have pointed out that it is a principle of power dynamics to “punch up “ — that is, to take on bigger foes, not smaller ones. A blog on the White House Web site that uses a “truth-o-meter” against a particular cable news network would not seem to qualify. As it is, Reality Check sounds a bit like the blog of some unemployed guy living in his parents’ basement, not an official communiqué from Pennsylvania Avenue.
The American presidency was conceived as a corrective to the royals, but trading punches with cable shouters seems a bit too common. Perhaps it’s time to restore a little imperiousness to the relationship. [END]
And there's a good dig on bloggers but, Mr Carr, WE ARE THE NEW MEDIA so bite me.
I'm just wondering if anyone in the LSM ever gives a rat's ass about MSLSD?
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Here's something from Doug Ross back on 10.06.09: Arrogance, Ego and Insecurity
Isn't it bad to be arrogant? Oh. Wait. It's Obama so arrogance is OK then.
I'll leave the psychoanalysis to the pros, but I'm shocked by the level of insecurity demonstrated by the Obama administration and its handlers.
Has an official White House press release ever pilloried a television network for criticizing a President's policies? [...]
WOW! Go read that one!
[...] Disagree on policy and you're labeled a racist or worse.
Instead of "Change", "Hope" and "Post-Partisanship", we get "Ego", "Insecurity" and "Arrogance".
I never thought I'd say this about a president, but the Carter administration's looking pretty good right now. [END]
WOW! Makes me want to read this one again: Jimmy Carter Looks Like A Moderate Compared to The Obama
The creator of Slate’s Bushisms, the author of a book called “The Bush Tragedy,” and a lifelong liberal writer is calling Fox News “unAmerican” for having—wait for it—a conservative bias. [...]
Gee. I wonder why THAT is?
The White House must be so proud. Following their lead, the state-run media is now boldly bashing FOX News, too.
The former news magazine known as Newsweek is now calling FOX News “un-American.” Oh brother. [...]
Who reads Newsweek?