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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Typical Of The Mainstream Press

One wonders at times why the Founding Fathers felt it necessary to outline in the Bill of Rights the marker that stipulates that Congress shall make no law that abridges the freedom of the press.  A freedom, one wonders, that might be jeopardized by the like of Charlie Rose?

I don't think so:
Charlie Rose did his best to avoid asking any tough questions during an interview of President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle that aired on Sunday's CBS Sunday Morning and Monday's CBS This Morning. Rose devoted over four straight minutes to the couple's summer vacation, family life, and marriage. He also touted the Democrat's ObamaCare law as "enormously successful," and wondered if it was his "proudest achievement in the first four years."
Good Lord. Edward R. Murrow must be rolling over in his grave.