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Thursday, September 13, 2012

And Then There's The Press

For the love of God:

NBC's Mitchell: Is Romney 'Injecting Politics Into a National Tragedy?'

The press has chosen to ignore the real story and go after Romney instead.

Ann Coulter is no mood for their games:
Conservative author Ann Coulter on Wednesday called the media out for its attacks on Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's criticism of Barack Obama's response to Tuesday's anti-American hostilities in Egypt and Libya.

Appearing on Fox News's Hannity, Coulter said, "You know that Romney’s statement was devastating to President Obama because the media is screaming bloody murder":

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Is Romney the story here?  Really?

The fact that the press seemed to "miss" is that the statement Romney put out early was supported by our President later in that same day. Romney attacked the State Department apology to the Muslim world for some movie that supposedly set the Muslims off - again - and Obama - after hours of dithering - repudiated that same press release from his State Department.

So where's the outrage?

And where should the outrage be directed?

Someone want to shake some sense into that stupid Andrea Mitchell?