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Candy Crowley: No Regrets on that Misleading Fact-Check In Front of 65 Million People

kyman55 Wrote: Dec 09, 2012 5:08 PM
The Liberal Press just never admits to any mistake. They are so enveloped in bias and subjectivity involving this President that they actually believe their own lies. A true Journalist is true to his/her chosen scholarly discipline first and will report the truth no matter what they themselves personally believe. That is the difference in a true journalist and Crowley. A true Journalist would have stated what the president actually said rather than try to mask the truth. And to say she had no favored interest in Obama over Romney---that's over the top ! This 'lady', masquerading as a journalist, would not make a pimple on a real journalists' rear end !
Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Dec 09, 2012 5:19 PM
It's not just the Press. Liberals in general never admit mistakes and I suspect it's become a conditioned response for to admit a mistake means to have assessed one's assumptions. That they cannot do as reality does not line up with them and they know it subconsciously.

On Friday, Hugh Hewitt asked CNN anchor Candy Crowley about her infamous fact-check heard 'round the world during the "town hall style" presidential debate at Hofstra University.  Her general self-assessment?  The journalistic equivalent of a solid B-plus:

HH: I have to begin by asking you about the debate, obviously, since it’s the first time I’ve talked to you since then. Looking back at not just your role but the media generally, are you happy with how it turned out? Is it pride, misgivings or both?

CC: Do you mean about the...