Well, I've been amused all week at the attacks on the right wing and Fox News for their "rush to judgement". And yeah, a lot of people messed this one up big. The truth will continue to emerge about the original internet post on big government dot com. Did they edit it? Or did a source edit it and send it to them? That will emerge with time. BUT....to the political issue. The poor woman herself said she recieved a phone call stating "The White House" wanted her to pull to the side of the road and resign "because you're gonna be on Glenn Beck tonight". Well, Glenn Beck, on Monday night, didn't cover the story. And, Glenn Beck, on Teusday night, BEFORE the full video emerged, DEFENDED the woman. I believe he may have been the FIRST person to defend her, leading off his show with the large message "CONTEXT MATTERS" and he basically said no judgement will be made until the full video comes out. Before the Monday, 5pm show, and before the Monday 8pm shows, and before the Tuesday 5pm show defending her, which was before the full video came out, she was told "THE WHITE HOUSE wants you to resign because you're gonna be on Glenn Beck tonight". Now, the head of the Dept of Agriculture is taking the blame solely on himself. Thats a stand-up guy. You libs think for one second he didn't get direct calls from Robert Gibbs and the White House? The scramble and panic they must have been in at the White House over this? If you don't think that, you are ignorant, as the White House has once again displayed it's outright obsession and fear with Fox News. Did Fox mess up? Yeah, all of them except Beck, the first one who defended her. Even before the full video came out. Did the White House mess up? Yeah. Did the NAACP mess up? Yeah. Did the original website posting it mess up? Yeah, big time. Will the White House and left wing use this "crisis" as a platform to explain why we now need media regulation to prevent such tragedies? Mock speech: "In this heated partisan atmosphere and 24/7 news cycle, it is important that we are careful not to ruin people's lives and careers with such over-reactions that we saw in this incident. There is a need for government regulation over the media, time buffers for a story to be shown, reviewed by government regulators to approve it's airing, with the rare exception of national security emergencies." Yeah. I can see that happening. And I can see liberals applauding it.