Obama, in South Africa, Tells U.S. Media to 'Behave'

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  1. Revmitchell

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    President Barack Obama told American reporters to "behave" during a joint press conference with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa on Saturday.

    Obama was warning U.S. journalists not to ask too many questions in one, complaining that "my press" tried too squeeze "three or four or five questions in there," complimenting Zuma on his more compliant media.

    (The Associated Press noted that "both U.S. and South African reporters asked multi-part questions," though seconded Obama's description of U.S. journalists as "his press corps.")

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  2. church mouse guy

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    The press was always well behaved when Bush was President.
     
  3. poncho

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    Yes indeed it never questioned the neocon's lies about Iraq. It did it's job. It whipped up our emotions into a war frenzy then distracted and divided us just long enough so the neocons could start their unconstitutional, illegal, immoral never ending for war for American global hegemony.

    And then when the democrats came to power it never questioned why Obama was continuing and expanding the neocon's unconstitutional, illegal, immoral never ending war for American global hegemony.

    Ya gotta hand to the media it knows just how to pull our strings.
     

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