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Years ago when Bush was running for Office, there was a news commentator in Ft. Worth, Texas who took his job seriously. He reported on George Bush’s Military history. Bush (excuse me while I chuckle)…anyway, Bush crashed a plane because he was drunk. He didn’t show up to all of the formations, etc.
Well, Daddy Bush was not happy and had the guy fired. HE has never worked in the news industry since. Every once in a while, I will see him in a bit part in movies. The last time I saw him, he played the part of a lawman with Tommy Lee Jones, in “The Electric Mist.”(see that one, it is really great).
Bottom line? It is the Media who is responsible for letting the voters know about ALL of the candidates!
Okaaaay, who owns CNN?
Who decides what stories are or are not released?
Are there any law suits pending or past law suits on file against CNN?
ALL of the Media have betrayed us for years now. It was/is the Media’s responsibility to give us ALL of the information on ALL of the Candidates running for office. They have been complicit in cover-ups — and/or passive-aggressively omitting the truth.
The news media receives some of their information by the AP wire: They knew about Obama; and yet, the covered his campaign with great zeal:
From the AP in 2004: Kenyan-born Obama all set for US Senate
Hmm…An AP story from 2004 entitled Kenyan-born Obama all set for US Senate has been discovered on archive.org by many sites (and twitter where I got this). Does this mean now that the AP is nothing but a bunch of birthers?
Kenyan-born US Senate hopeful, Barrack Obama, appeared set to take over the Illinois Senate seat after his main rival, Jack Ryan, dropped out of the race on Friday night amid a furor over lurid sex club allegations.
The Republican choice will become an instant underdog in the campaign for the seat of retiring Republican Senator Peter Fitzgerald, since Obama held a wide lead even before the scandal broke.
“I feel for him actually,” Obama told a Chicago TV station. “What he’s gone through over the last three days I think is something you wouldn’t wish on anybody.”
The Republican state committee must now choose a replacement for Ryan, who had won in the primaries against seven contenders. Its task is complicated by the fact that Obama holds a comfortable lead in the polls and is widely regarded as a rising Democratic star.