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Obama White House: Vindictive, Cowardly, and Very Partisan

First, we have the White House’s communications director declaring war on Fox News:

“Let’s not pretend they’re a news network,” White House communications director Anita Dunn said on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” firing the latest salvo in the long-simmering feud.

“Fox News often operates almost as either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican Party,” Dunn said.

“What I think is fair to say about Fox, and certainly the way we view it, is that it really is more a wing of the Republican Party,” she added.

Then the White House’s Chief of Staff says, “It is not a news organization so much as it has a perspective.”

Of course, the rest of the Obamedia won’t close ranks with Fox out of professional concern; they wouldn’t want to lose their favored status.  After all, they got him elected.

The one news agency that won’t fellate the Obamessiah, and the post-partisan White House does its best to deligitimize and destroy it.  The enemies list grows longer and longer. More and more, Obama shames his office and the  presidency with his endless blame game, dishonorable conduct, and sheer pettiness.

Interesting, given the post-partisan nature of the Obamessiah’s campaign, how he gives his time to his friends in the media; they won’t dare to ask him any difficult questions or make him the least bit uncomfortable.  Note Gwen Ifill’s presence.

It’s unseemly for a president to attack a news organization.  It’s even more unseemly to pretend that this isn’t the most frightened, nasty, and rabidly partisan administration since Nixon.

5 comments to Obama White House: Vindictive, Cowardly, and Very Partisan

  • Joshua

    Is the anti-Obama mob so desperate about Obama that they now compare him to Nixon? How on Earth is that comparison valid? Especially when the Bush II administration was far more partisan. The Nixon comparison is ridiculous and completely, and utterly unsubstantiated.

    Also, it is well known to everyone with a functioning brain and a cable news hookup that FOX news is the media arm of the Republican party and the rallying cry from the anti-Obama mob. They are so anti-American-liberal and anti-Democrat and anti-Obama it makes MSNBC at night look non-partisan.

    By the way, I TOLD you that that Gwen Ifill story was worthy of a post. See? Even you linked to it.

  • I’m no longer interested in arguing here.

    The media isn’t biased except for Fox News, Obama’s a great president, and any criticism of Obama is just noise from the Republican party.

    There’s so obviously a disconnect in how objective reality is being apprehended that there’s really no point any more to having a discussion.

    This is silly. You win. I’m done.

  • Brooke

    Oh please, Fox news is not the media arm of the Republican party. All of you kool-aid drinkers are so drunk on his BS that you can’t see what he is REALLY doing to our country. Unfortunately, by the time you sober up it will be too late for all of us. Take a few minutes and actually WATCH FOX news instead of taking someone else’s word for it. Who knows, you might learn something!

  • Joshua

    Dear Brooke,

    I have never drank kool-aid BS (which, I assume, stands for the fecal matter of bulls). I have found that if you want to understand the Republican conservative mind of tday, you have to go to their primary sources of information. As such, I have watched FOX news many times. I’m sure melissa would agree with me on this one.

    Joshua

  • Von

    Horsenuts! Joshua, I don’t think comparing Republicans to Conservatives is fair anymore. I don’t think they are the same. I’m not sure though…maybe a post on it from you?