Page Not Found: Was Reuters Right or Wrong?
If you click this link you’ll arrive at a page that, for now, reads, “Our apologies, the requested page was not found. Please double-check the URL for proper spelling and capitalization.” Earlier today that link contained a story that drew heavy fire from the White House and Media Matters. Reuters produced an analysis of Obama’s budget that contained the following: The Obama administration’s plan to | Read More »
No, Robert Gibbs, We Just Know Barry’s Policies Will Fail
Today, speaking to reporters, Barack Obama’s future former press secretary Robert Gibbs said “It would be charitable to say he doubled down on what he said in January in … wishing and hoping for economic failure in this country. I can only imagine what might have been said a few years ago if somebody might have said that on the other side relating to what | Read More »
“Reconditioning the National Mall will create jobs.”
Today a reporter asked Robert Gibbs, Obama’s press secretary, to explain the $200 million for the National Mall in Washington. He actually tries to justify it as a means to create new jobs. REPORTER: Clearly with the contraceptive decision, the president is open to revising some component parts of the stimulus GIBBS: I think that’s accurate. REPORTER: And to pick up on the phrase you | Read More »
Media Turns on Obama, Part 2
The White House is treating the press like the press corp is Obama’s pet. They whored themselves to get Obama elected, so they can hardly be surprised by it. Nonetheless, they are upset Obama’s pay to play marketing operation continues. Veteran CBS newsman Bill Plante was one of the most vocal critics, questioning the White House’s handling of Wednesday night’s second swearing in – which | Read More »