I know that you are as shocked and chagrined as I am that the Dear Leader, President Obama, has expressed that he wants to look at proposals in congress to bailout the newspaper industry.
Of course the Dear Leader has an interest in a newspaper bailout.
After all, many if not most of the leading newspapers in the United States have sold their objectivity at the feet of the Dear Leader.
Hence, this blog lumps them in with the rest of the Obamawhore media. You know, the three major networks, ABC, CBS, NBC and National Public Radio, PBS, and the two major "news"weeklies, Newsweek and Time.
And I find this comment rich and, well, judge for yourself:
"I am concerned that if the direction of the news is all blogosphere, all opinions, with no serious fact-checking, no serious attempts to put stories in context, that what you will end up getting is people shouting at each other across the void but not a lot of mutual understanding."
Really, that is what our news media has become? And who, pray tell Dear Leader, is so much of this the fault of? What, Fox News Channel? HotAir? What, there is none of what you mentioned at the aforementioned Obamawhore media?
Now, what the Dear Leader failed to mention is that it is also what kind of stories are chosen to be discussed by the Obamawhore media.
Maybe if they did some work, the Dear Leader would have never appointed unrepentant communist Van Jones to be the so-called "Green" job czar. Or maybe had the same Obamawhore media been paying attention during the 2008 presidential Death March campaign, they would have asked how then Sen. Messiah Barack could have sat in the pews of Trinity United Church of Christ for 20 years listening to the crap from the "Rev." Jeremiah Wright. Or maybe that then Sen. Messiah Barack release his college transcripts and records. And maybe the Obamawhore media could have spent sometime examining his record as an Illinois state senator.
But no, the media that the Dear Leader says should be doing fact-checking and the like can not get facts straight in the first place.
So, is there any wonder that the Dear Leader, President Obama, would seriously contemplate changing the face of the newspaper industry? Of course not!