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Monday, March 4, 2013

Drama queen Obama's media begins to worry

  The antics of the last week have been almost--unbelievable.
  A child bit his pop tart into a "gun" shape and was reprimanded.
  Another child shows a picture of his BB gun to his friend and the school threatens action and questions the boy's mental state.
  A teacher writes threatening notes on the chalkboard and the threats are brushed away.
  Michelle Obama recommends that dogs get a diet because apparently American dogs also are too fat.
  Thousands of new federal regulations have been proposed for school lunches, costing thousands of dollars and hours by cash strapped school districts.
  And Obama's been pretty much off the rails, screeching and drama-queening the sequester "cuts" which are just cuts in the federal raise next year. Apparently he didn't think Republicans would hold to their convictions and admittedly we all thought they'd fold too, but the week didn't end quite the way he thought it would so HE had to cave.
  What's been most surprising is that, though much of the main stream media has filleted Bob Woodward for his criticism of Obama, others have actually come forward to verify Woodward's accounts of bullying.
  The worst account was in the New York Post today:
Finally, this week, reporters are pushing back. Even Jonathan Alter — who frequently appears on the Obama-friendly MSNBC — came forward to say he, too, had been treated horribly by the administration for writing something they didn’t like. 
“There is a kind of threatening tone that, from time to time — not all the time — comes out of these guys,” Alter said this week. During the 2008 campaign swing through Berlin, Alter said that future White House press secretary Robert Gibbs disinvited him from a dinner between Obama and the press corps over it. 
“I was told ‘Don’t come,’ in a fairly abusive e-mail,” he said. “[It] made what Gene Sperling wrote [to Woodward] look like patty-cake. I had a young reporter asking tough, important questions of an Obama Cabinet secretary,” says one DC veteran. “She was doing her job, and they were trying to bully her. In an e-mail, they called her the vilest names — bitch, c--t, a--hole.” He complained and was told the matter would be investigated: “They were hemming and hawing, saying, ‘We’ll look into it.’ Nothing happened.”
  Now that the doors have been opened, perhaps more "journalists" will see fit to tell the truth about Obama.
  One gets the feeling that Obama's being exposed every day for what and who he really is, now that the press has had him safely reelected.
  Obama's Marxist influences and background are making them nervous, considering that a legitimate press is the first to go when Marxists get their way with the people. After voluntarily succumbing to the wiles of Dear Leader,  perhaps now they'll begin to worry.

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