Greg Gutfeld asks the question in this interesting video. If so, why isn’t he being criticized for it (not that he should be, not that “homophobe” is an applicable term)?
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Obama plans a $700 billion dollar “new deal.” Lawmakers and Bush plan a $300 billion bail out (not exactly a bail out but Fed money will be on the line) of Citibank. And this doesn’t include the pre-TARP expenditures, or the automakers bailout that is sure to materialize eventually.
It’s a financial snowball, and the end result will not be good at all.
You can’t get something for nothing, folks.
Now that the elections is over, more “journalists” (including a Time editor and Washington Post ombudsman) are admitting and bemoaning the bias of the media toward Barack Obama.
Last week, Time magazine’s Mark Halperin called the media’s performance during the campaign simply “disgusting.”
Halperin told a panel of media analysts at the Politico/USC conference on the 2008 election, “It’s the most disgusting failure of people in our business since the Iraq war.”
He added, “It was extreme bias, extreme pro-Obama coverage.”
Of course it is safe for them to admit it now. And maybe they think that “coming clean” will restore the trust of the American people. Don’t worry, all of you media elite, the “people” never doubted you, nor will they. The “people” are far beyond any ability to question you. You and the public school system made sure of that long ago.
I have decided that Moral Midnight is a little too negative. I am not sure that such a perspective is helpful in dark times like these. I think it would be beneficial to take a more positive approach. With this in mind, I have created a new blog called A Little Lower than the Angels.