Doug Ross writes:
Interviewed on MSNBC, a visibly shaken Jay Barbree — the longtime NBC science correspondent — described the duplicity of President Obama. Put simply, Obama’s campaign rhetoric — that he would preserve NASA’s cutting-edge science and engineering expertise — was, like so many of his promises, a fabrication. And he couldn’t even tell them to their faces.
It was one of Obama’s “if you vote for me, I will save your jobs,” Lucy-holding-the-football-for-Charlie-Brown things.
That’s bad enough, but then, via News Busters:
I just couldn’t get over the MSNBC gal, Alex Witt jumping in there, “on behalf of the Obama administration…”
Because it is MSNBC’s job to defend and protect the Obama administration. And, apparently, to speak on their behalf.
I may have complained about the skepticism that the press brought to every word that came out of the Bush administration’s mouth, but at least that was in character; the press are supposed to disbelieve the establishment, not shill for them.
Meanwhile, Neoneocon, who I don’t link to enough has some Madison for you and she and Krauthammer dare to say what the MSM will not, that Obama’s “successful nuclear summit” was a naked emperor of a meet
But of course. It’s the Strawberry Fields presidency; nothing is real.