Obama showing his true direction

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Andrew2382, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Andrew2382

    Andrew2382 Gold Member

    Oct 1, 2008
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    And it would be left....FAR FAR LEFT.

    Analysis: Obama Appeals to Liberal Media in First Prime Time Press Conference - First 100 Days of Presidency - Politics FOXNews.com

    He seated a left-wing radio host in the coveted front row. He called on a liberal blogger from the Huffington Post. He even brought far-left columnist Helen Thomas out of the wilderness and let her ruminate about "so-called terrorists."

    Clearly, President Obama was making a point of showing deference to the Left at his first prime-time press conference, which was broadcast to millions from the stately East Room of the White House on Monday

    lmao...what a joke this guy is..he has schultz sitting in the front...could you have imagined if Bush had Hannity or Rush sitting front row during a press conference....he takes a question from a fucking left wing blog website huffington post.

    Bush never recognized any right wing websites to field any questions from.

    During Bush's press conferences, reporters aggressively tried to ask numerous follow-up questions. But on Monday night, aside from Thomas and Major Garrett of FOX News, most reporters refrained from asking follow-ups, even when their initial questions went largely unanswered.

    "The reporters' questions were direct, succinct and restrained, with none of the showmanship that has sometimes marked past news conferences," media critic Howard Kurtz in The Washington Post wrote approvingly. "The journalists stopped short of confrontation, as though they were sobered by the gravity of the financial crisis
  2. WillowTree

    WillowTree Diamond Member

    Sep 15, 2008
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    He marched right from the alter of KOS to the WH. He is a radical Marxist. Expect anything more from him and you will be disappointed. So far I haven't been disappointed.

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