CNN is beyond belief...

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Alive in Christ, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. Alive in Christ

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    They have simply entered into their own little universe where the terms "objective", and "fair" dont exist. They are so "left" leaning it is hilarious.

    And they are so pompous about it that its sickening.

    Some commentator just went off on John McCain and it was simply stunning. He was practically SEETHING as he "reported" was he was reporting about McCain.

    I really think that the ultra left are absolutly PETRIFIED of Sarah Palin and how completely she has stolen the positivity and momentum that Obama once had.

    He was the "annointed one" of the left...but on the night that Governor Palin gave her speech at the GOP convention she completly deflated Obamas buzz, and THEY ARE PETRIFIED!

    She is "lightning in a bottle" and they know it.

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    There are a few left wing nuts on this board that are trying to spread liberal lies around also, and it is comical to watch how they try to find something to attack when McCain or Palin have anything to say.

    The nut jobs on here are a prime example of republican hate, they dont care about the truth, they just want to defeat the republicans at any cost.

    Have you watched NBC or MSNBC? they seem to be the most biased of all the networks against conservatives.

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  3. KenH

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    How often does one have to see the Republican goddess, Sarah Palin, being kept in a coccoon so she doesn't have to face questions to know that she has no business being the vice president, much less the president, of the United States?
     
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    Say, didn't Obama have some high level meetings with foreign leaders, where the press was not allowed ?


    Press Strangely Non-Whiny about Obama's Private Meetings

    When Barack Obama had his magical mystery tour of Europe, he met with foreign leaders. Here's an interesting nugget about those meetings from the NYTimes:
    On his second visit to Israel, he sought to reassure voters of his capacity to serve on the international stage. The audience for the trip, despite a private series of dawn-to-dusk meetings, clearly was the American electorate as much as the foreign leaders.​
    Interesting contrast. They simply reported the meetings were private. No demand for access, no snarky blog posts about how long they were allowed into the meeting. No votes to ban coverage. When Obama met with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the meeting was private as well. The British press even wrote a story about the privacy of the meeting with Gordon Brown. I must have missed the part where the media pouted and stamped their feet about being cut out of that meeting.
    And he's the presidential candidate for the Democrats, so his meetings should be considered even more newsworthy to the press, right?
    Newsbusters noticed the same trend.
    Funny how their outrage seems to be so darned selective, isn't it?



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    May I assume that you share the same contempt for FoxNews, which is very clearly on the other end of the spectrum?

    Quite the contrary: Palin was a gift to the Democratic Party. We are learning more and more about the Governor of Alaska.....

    Nope: her recent actions in relation to "Troopergate" simply show everyone that a McCain/Palin ticket is more of the same. Though they will most likely win in November, you can take comfort in knowing that a vote for them makes you culpable in the disaster that will be the McCain Presidency.

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    So, are you as outraged by Palin as well?
     
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    I wasn't referring to the Republican goddess' U.N.trip. I was referring to her lack of being exposed broadly to questions from the press corps.
     
  8. Alive in Christ

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    KenH,

    Rather than a goddess, why not call her the republican Governor???

    She has executive experience as a Mayor, and executive experience as a Governer.

    Obama has ((((Zeeeeeeeeeero)))) executive experience.

    (And he has very little experience as a senator, as his favorite vote is "present".)

    And while Obama has been busy with his silly little programmed "warm and fuzzy" pep talks and speeches...where his favorite tactic is to speak the word "change" over and over again with NOTHING of substance to go with it...what was McCain doing???

    Having town meeting, after town meeting, after town meeting, after town meeting after town meeting. And what was HE doing at those town meetings?

    Regurgitating "we need change, we need change, we need change", over and over again, like a broken record?

    No.

    No empy talk about some nebulous "change" of some unknown sort.

    He was taking question after question after question from Americans and giving practical answers...answer after answer after answer...explaining in detail what he will do to fix those problems.

    Big difference between a man with honest to goodness answers, and a VP with executive experience......compared to an empty broken record, with no executive experience and no real answers.

    Change??? I shudder to think of the *change* that we will all have to live through if this naive..."I'm present!!"...senator with no executive experience is foolishly elected.





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  9. KenH

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    I suggest that you get ready - now - for "President Obama". :thumbs:
     
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    It's the same thing, even if you don't see it.
     
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    I don't like her running mate, very much. I don't know much about Palin, but troopergate has been pretty squashed. But you are free to stick by yer MSNBC talking points. You will end up giving the election to McCain.

    Oh, I'm sorry, did Rush say that already ?
     
  12. KenH

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    Senator Obama has taken tons of questions from the press corps.
     

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