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Obama and the Fourth Estate

michigander4 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 9:24 AM
Even my little hometown newspaper, which for a century was a more or less centrist purveyor of the truth, has become a New York Times wannabee. I cancelled my subscription four years ago when its editorial board threw centrist-war-hero-patriot John McCain under the bus and endorsed Obama. The only thing I miss is the sports page and the obituaries.

Where is Wilford Brimley when America needs him? The national security failure exposed by the Benghazi bungle has all of the intrigue and more of the movie, Absence of Malice, starring Paul Newman and Sally Field.

Brimley steals the closing scene as the righteously riled deputy attorney general come to clean house in the aftermath of unbridled political ambition, corruption, cover-up, and press malpractice, resulting in the libelous ruin of an innocent man and the death of his vulnerable best friend who tried to save him.

Brimley’s character sternly advises the assembled and anxious scoundrels:

“We’ll go...