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The Curious Case of the Uncurious Media

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 5:25 AM
Perhaps he believes he no longer needs them.
JL36 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 7:54 AM
That's what I'm afraid of. I think he thinks he's passed the point of no return towards dictatorship and, since we have NO ONE in DC with enough balz to confront him on every issue ---- especially his past ---- he'll be getting one home run after another and our heads will spin and the elected officials in DC will try to keep up but won't be able to because they gave him everything he wanted and now it's too late to undo it all. (sorry for the run on sentence -- it just came pouring out)

Over President's Day weekend, President Barack Obama took off for a mini-vacation in Florida. There, he participated in golf lessons with professional coach Butch Harmon -- Harmon normally charges $1,000 per hour, and Obama spent 8 hours with him -- and then he took to the links with disgraced golf icon Tiger Woods. The press was not allowed to cover any of this first-hand.

And that made them fighting mad. Politico's Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen commented, "Barack Obama is a master at limiting, shaping and manipulating media coverage of himself and his White House." But VandeHei and Allen said that Obama's...