Thursday, December 18, 2008

The New York Time's Gift to Ahmadinejad

This from Hot Air:

“.  With the Rod Blagojevich scandal dogging Emanuel at the moment, Nancy Pelosi seems to have sensed weakness in Emanuel’s position, and she has pushed hard at Team Obama instead:
In talks with Emanuel and others, sources say, Pelosi has “set parameters” for what she wants from Barack Obama and his White House staff — no surprises, and no backdoor efforts to go around her and other Democratic leaders by cutting deals with moderate New Democrats or conservative Blue Dogs.
Specifically, Pelosi has told Emanuel that she wants to know when representatives of the incoming administration have any contact with her rank-and-file Democrats — and why, sources say”

The Columbus Dispatch reports that two of the administrators involved in the illegal searches of state databases looking for information about Joe the plumber have resigned. One administrator involved was fired. The head of the department, Helen Jones-Kelly, resigned when it was time for her to return to work after a thirty day suspension that had been until then her punishment in the matter. One has to wonder if these people would ever have lost their jobs if Obama’s position had not been weakened by his situation with Blagojevich and Emanuel.

This all leads to the main question. What does Prince Bandar’s successor know about Obama’s past life that will give him power that no American could have over him? What does Putin know that the New York Times was too lazy and/or biased to find and report? What does Ahmadinejad know that the Washington Post was too biased and insular to find? Was there some nugget that the AP turned its back on while worshiping Obama that will be used by a foreign power to endanger our national security? We’re not even a month from the inauguration and already media incompetence has fed into the weakness of the Obama administration. What weakness? The weakness that comes from lying and covering up and being allowed to get away with it. Democracy only works in the light of day. And there was an unhealthily small amount of it in the recent election.

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