A Return To Objective?

Time is short this week, as it often is in my line of work. So until I can get something cogent enough to read, here is a piece that was done by CBS on Mitt Romney.

It is surprisingly not the kind of hit piece you would expect from the Central Barack Station. Put this with the Newsweek cover and article from this past week, and you might want to wonder if the MSM is slowly starting to turn back to true journalism. Are they beginning to see that Barack Obama is the worst President ever and it was a hell of a mistake to ever do his bidding in the first place?

Time will tell.



Filed under Election 2012

2 responses to “A Return To Objective?

  1. McCloud

    Both Tapper and Todd have been vocal about their failings with Obama in 2008 and failure to focus on the horrible economy. It’s possible they are setting up plausible deniability in case O is reelected, ie, “hey, we didn’t help him this time”. Whatever the case, I think some of them realize their very profession is on the line as to credibility. They have a serious responsibility in our society.

    • And then again, they may not want to be forced to spend the next four years defending how the media elected the president, should Obama win. 59% of people polled recently in a Rasmussen poll thought Obama has gotten more favorable treatment. 18% thought Romney has. And 23% have their heads buried and are not sure.

      A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe Obama has received the best treatment from the media so far. Just 18% think his Republican challenger has been treated better. Twenty-three percent (23%) aren’t sure.

      This must have some media execs worried.

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