Obama to Barnard graduates: “Perservere!” (not a word); Maddow interviews Warren, never asks about her controversy
No one else notices these things, I guess, but here goes.
OBAMA TO BARNARD GARDUATES — “PERSERVERE! PERSERVERE!”
There is video at this site (it’s at the 20-minute mark) and here’s the text:
My last piece of advice — this is simple, but perhaps most important: Persevere. Persevere. Nothing worthwhile is easy. No one of achievement has avoided failure — sometimes catastrophic failures. But they keep at it. They learn from mistakes. They don’t quit.
However, Obama actually said “Perservere. Perservere.” That’s clear to me, but you can listen for yourself.
It’s good our teleprompter reader wasn’t addressing the “corpsmen” again.
Question: If Sarah Palin had said this, don’t you think someone would have picked it up and put it on the news and blogs? That’s double standard, no?
RACHEL MADDOW INTERVIEWS ELIZABETH WARREN AND NEVER ADDRESSES THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM.
Meanwhile, on tonight’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Elizabeth Warren was interviewed. They discussed Wall Street, but I won’t get into how Warren’s Fed-controlled “consumer protection” division is an unregulated, unaccountable monster.
There’s an elephant in the room. Breitbart reporters discovered that Elizabeth Warren isn’t even 1/32nd Cherokee. She claimed a minority status that is not factually true and that she never ever practiced.
Maddow never asked Warren a single question about the controversy.
I would say “unbelievable,” but unfortunately, it’s all too believable at MSNBC.