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10-23-2009 04:41 PM  8 years agoPost 1
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Charles Krauthammer explains,

Then on Thursday, the administration tried to make them complicit in an actual boycott of Fox. The Treasury Department made available Ken Feinberg, the executive pay czar, for interviews with the White House “pool” news organizations — except Fox. The other networks admirably refused, saying they would not interview Feinberg unless Fox was permitted to as well. The administration backed down.

David Frum asks, “Will the Rule of Law Survive Obama?

Chavez and Globovision; Obama and Fox News.

http://faustasblog.com/?p=16416

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10-23-2009 04:51 PM  8 years agoPost 2
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That was pretty cool of the network folks.

Raising a mug to to them.

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10-23-2009 05:02 PM  8 years agoPost 3
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The big concern of the other networks is that Obama can "pick off" a single network like a sniper if they allow him to get started.

I think some of these news organizations that were so willing to give Obama a free pass are now starting to fear him. They are very close to the happenings in DC and Obama, his czars, and his staff are very shady people that have a lot of baggage.

The "Press" is deathly afraid of "censorship" or " news suppression" and they see what Obama is doing.

And yes, the other news organizations deserve a raised mug!

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10-23-2009 05:41 PM  8 years agoPost 4
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Have mixed feelings about the situation, but i have to say i like czar Fienberg's style.

From CNN Money, this mornings headline:
Who cares if Wall Street 'talent' leaves?

10:13am: If Ken Feinberg's lower pay rules lure some of Wall Street's finest away, so be it. It's not as if the best and brightest were doing a good job to begin with.
Could be a very interesting and potentially important interview.

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10-23-2009 10:51 PM  8 years agoPost 5
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the other news organizations deserve a raised mug!
+1

Diejenigen, die nicht lernen aus den Fehlern der Vergangenheit bestimmt sind, zu wiederholen.

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10-24-2009 01:22 AM  8 years agoPost 6
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It's about time that they got the stars out of their eyes and started seeing Obama for what he is. Going after the first ammendment just may do it after all.

Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about!

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10-24-2009 01:30 AM  8 years agoPost 7
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It's about time that they got the stars out of their eyes and started seeing Obama for what he is. Going after the first ammendment just may do it after all
I think its possible that this is just the beginning of the OTHER media turning on this Obama guy.

He definitely exposed himself on this one.

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