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The Left's Strategy: Crush Fox News

Corlyss Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 5:28 AM
I thought it was odd for Obama to detest Fox New as much as he apparently does when CNBC is or at least was the most anti-Obama news organization on the planet. Back in early 09 after Rick Santelli issued the rally cry that started the Tea Party movement, he, Jim Cramer, Charlie Gasparino, Larry Kudlow, and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera could be heard ripping the administration almost every day. That was when they were owned by GE. Well, in late Feb 09, while Jeff Imelt was on some kind of advisory board to the WH, the Chicago knee-cappers came to CNBC and forced them to tone it down. It hasn't been as good since, but it is still the most anti-Obama news channel.

The Left’s strategy this election season isn’t just about defeating Mitt Romney and the Republican Party. It’s also about targeting Fox News.


From Townhall Magazine's November feature, "Fox Hunt," by Dan Gainor:

President Obama’s sensitive personality leaves him highly affected by criticism. The president, who talks about himself so often that pundits use an “I” chart to track his speeches, made an anti-Fox strategy part of his White House’s agenda, according to Edward Klein’s “The Amateur.”

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