After Larry Fitzgerald scored one of his TD's last night, the camera showed his dad who is a sportswriter in Minn., who was covering the game and was not cheering for his son. Michaels commented that Larry's father was a true journalist and was not cheering for his son. (I think he might have also used the word objective to describe him.) Michaels put emphasis on the word true. I know Michaels is a political conservative, and I believe this was a direct dig against the Mainstream Media and their slobbering love affair (HT: B. Goldberg) with Obama. Ironically, Michaels works for NBC, which is the worst offender in this sordid man-love affair with Obama. Regardless, Al Michaels is one of the greatest sportscasters of all-time. I hope he sticks around for as long as he can.