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Diane Sawyer Versus 'Too Rich' Romney

Janeway Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 10:24 AM
Mr. Bozell, how come you attack Sawyer for just doing her job as a Liberal interviewer. Mitt did fine, it is not necessary to attack the interviewer like Gingrich. Might make you feel good but just isn't smart. As far as attacking Romney, you and much of the right has been relentless for months twisting his words, making fun of him, calling him names like Robotic, boring, no passion, liar, not conservative, etc. Now you don't want the Leftist media to say bad things when you have been doing it for months. Maybe you and Levine, Limbaugh, Ericson, and too many others to mention should just be quiet for a while. Your defense of a really good candidate who can beat Obama and set this country straight is ringing hollow. Romney 2012
woodworker Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 11:40 AM
Janeway wrote:"Mr. Bozell, how come you attack Sawyer for just doing her job as a Liberal interviewer"

Bozell is just pointing out the double standard. If they are going to ask Conservatives about their wealth, their religion and other such questions, then they should ask the same type questions of liberal politicians like Obama. But that does not happen. People like Sawyer lob "softball" questions at Obama such as "who do you think will win the world Series, or "who is you favorite basketball team" But Conservatives get hammered as if they are poison.
ericynot Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 10:38 AM
Janeway, you just nailed it.

Republican strategists should generally be wary of campaign advice from liberals -- and when it's from the media, generally becomes definitely. Washington Post political writer Chris Cillizza recently suggested Mitt Romney's general-election strategy should start with getting a "positive first introduction" to voters through the liberal media because "only the national media can provide that megaphone and serve as a sort of validator for him."

How hard did he laugh after he wrote that?

No Republican should think he could end-run the liberal media establishment entirely and not suffer damage. Ask Dick Cheney. On the other hand, no...