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David Gregory's Slobbering Obama Interview

America is Over Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 4:59 PM
It used to make me happy to think what future historians would make of the times we live in. I am now having serious doubts as to whether in the future anyone will be allowed to write History. All we get now is spin and few complain. How long before all we are allowed is spin?
geotay Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 5:34 PM
Which is why I am archiving this kind of thing 365 days a year, and have done so since 2004. I have 3 computers full that died backed up on line and just keep paying the fees and am working with another. When I die, all this (over 10TB at the moment) will go to members of my family to whom I will leave funds to restore it. It is composed of .mp3, .mp4, .rtf, and .mht files (plus some other stuff). In days past, I used to get some of the comments by readers to a couple of the sites, like NewsBusters, but that became not worth the space. Any way, 35, 50, 75 years from now there 'will' be some folks that can find out what happened today.
weedwam Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 5:41 PM
Geo, great service for our future descendants!
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 5:22 PM
We live in a time when not only do liberals revise history, they also revise the present WHILE it is happening.
weedwam Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 5:20 PM
Soon we will only have on news source; The Obama News. The rest will just be entertainment.

I remember it well, when I lived under the Hitler regime.
NBC's David Gregory interviewed President Barack Obama on "Meet the Press" Sunday, and a conversation ensued that would have been more fitting for a show called "The President Meets One of His Many Mainstream Media Enablers."

Let's take a look at just some of the exchanges and fantasize how different the nation's political and electoral climate might be if the liberal press were doing its job as watchdog instead of taking sides.

Obama said, "We're seeing signs of recovery ... in employment numbers improving."

Might Gregory have asked Obama how he can continue to put an unrealistically positive spin on such persistently dismal numbers?...