Never mind that CNBC is a derivative of NBC which is wholly owned by General Electric; which just happened to get $BILLIONS from the T.A.R.P. slush fund, even though G.E. isnt a bank and by the way, stands to make $Gazillions as the largest manufacturer of wind turbines to combat global warming in the midst of the coolest year ever recorded Im certain that CNBC is all about hard hitting, biting news. To wit; the bursting through the door, microphone in your face, gotcha coverage by the CNBC anchors and talking heads as they spent twenty painstaking minutes in a euphoric transcendent state in awe at the fly killing prowess of St. Hussein seriously. As it turns out; there was a gigantic fly hovering about the anointed one as John Harwoods audience with royalty began. Risking life and limb, ignoring his own personal safety and without the aid of secret service Obama paused the interview, deftly dispatched said fly at great personal risk and never broke a sweat. The coverage by CNBC was no less than brilliant. They not only slow motioned Obamas, ninja like fly swat they went that extra mile and zoomed in for a close-up of the dead fly. While looping this soon to be Emmy award winning celluloid masterpiece no less than four political commentators gasped, swooned and in unison got the vapors as they, in sequence, opined at length as to the insect skills, on public display of our beloved leader. And lets not forget the continued close-up of said dead fly. Then; even before the audience had time to rub down the goose-bumps and get off the edge of their seats CNBC brought it home. As it turns out, surprise, surprise Obama, fly killer at large, grasped a napkin, using it to collect the object of CNBCs reporting and disposed of it himself just like he was a real person and not a deity.