Great Moments In Lapdog Journalism

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Definition of SYCOPHANT
:a servile self-seeking flatterer

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41 Responses to Great Moments In Lapdog Journalism

  1. fif says:

    Repulsive. Absolutely repulsive. I despise the media.

  2. Lulu says:

    When did grown men in this country turn into such ballocks licking servile wieners? If Bronco told him to crawl on the floor and bark like a dog I bet this guy would do it.

  3. HELENK says:

    backtrack’s economy at work. and they sold their souls to get him reelected

  4. bluestate says:

    now now, everybody loses sometimes. his losses must be still ahead of him.

  5. HELENK says:

    is it cheaper to hire stenos then reporters for the same job???

  6. angienc says:

    That reporter obviously didn’t see the Denver debates. It took everything in the MSM spin arsenal to help Obama recover & pretend he won the next 2 after that.

    BTW — McCain told a reporter today that his question of whether Patreaus affair was greater security risk than Benghazi attack was one of the dumbest he’s ever heard (video at link worth watching):

    • bluestate says:

      repubs need to slap the stupid out of these “journalists” more often. it’s time to stop pretending that these shamelessly biased propagandists have even a speck of decency.

    • lorac says:

      Would have been nice if he had challenged Obama and his syncophants in 2008, but better late than never…

      • angienc says:

        He was too scared of the “racism” charge then — the Obots just got done smearing Bill Clinton as a racist — if they got away with doing that to him,they for sure would have crucified McCain as one.

  7. mcnorman says:

    Dang, that is really dark, almost to the point of mental.

  8. Somebody says:

    Am I just imagining it or did reporters used to just shout out questions at POTUS in the past? Didn’t they used to raise their hands and POTUS would call on them, usually picking his/her favorites first??

    This presser was like one of those scripted town halls. POTUS looks down at his notes to find the next name on the list, then the reporter reads his/her question.

    The 4th estate is dead.

  9. HELENK says:

    an interesting read on what happens when there is no common sense applied to running an economy

  10. catarina says:

    Not only was that totally gross, but Obama’s arrogance knows no bounds.
    It’s gonna be a long four years.

  11. HELENK says:

    media lapdogs to backtrack

  12. Karma says:

    “That one time”….ya mean the only time he ran a race that wasn’t fixed?

    No wonder Axelrod wants to inspire more “journalists.” To cover up what his sell-out candidates lack and project those faults onto the other guy.

    • HELENK says:

      with the cost of student loans it would be cheaper to take steno lessons. In Today’s media there is not difference

  13. DM says:

    • DM says:

      Greta: It is routine that Cabinet Secretaries testify before Congress — but it is sort of interesting that she was subpoenaed (per the release) and is not voluntarily appearing. I don’t know if the Committee first asked her to appear voluntarily and she said no so that they then served her with a subpoena — or whether they subpoenaed her without first asking for a voluntary appearance.

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  15. HELENK says:

    jill kelly’s base pass revoked TODAY.
    A little late isn’t it?

  16. HELENK says:

    bring it on backtrack

  17. yttik says:

    Geesh, that kind of behavior from the media should be illegal in public. Get a room! We should be mailing these press people knee pads.

    Something has to give, something has to break free here. The emperor can only walk around naked for so long before somebody says, “hey wait a minute…wth is going on?”

  18. foxyladi14 says:

    Nixon lied, and nobody died. Obama lies, people die. 👿

    • kanaughty says:

      So its like how the hell did he win since indies really do decide elections? I definitely am one who thinks this election stinks to high heaven. It doesn’t make sense that a majority of people would bote vote for four more years with evidence like this. And there was definitely more enthusiasm for romney than mccain.

      • indigogrrl1 says:

        Without a media willing to investigate election fraud and tell the truth about this administration the PTB will keep on installing presidents. I don’t care who wins as long as it is a legit win.

        The real battle is with the mainstream media. Until there are watchdogs instead of lapdogs the voters will have no say.

  19. HELENK says:

    a timeline of rockets fired into Israel before Israel fired back

  20. lyn5 says:

    That lapdog is ready for a lap dance.

  21. driguana says:

    Obama was absolutely appalling. Most politicians exhibit some arrogance but Obama’s hubris and narcisism know no bounds…and what an awful speaker! It is alarming to watch the slobbering sycophancy….just alarming. Couldn’t watch or listen to more than a few minutes. This stuff is now in the realm of scary!

  22. Angelasmith says:

    So I didn’t watch the bump and grind (media q and a), but did see a jack traper twitter posted somewhere that said he wouldn’t be able to make press event cause he was meeting with people regarding his new book. Now I could just be reading too much into everything these days (trying to make up for a non existent questioning/investigative press) but jack has been one of –like 3– journalists who have questioned mr Obama’s zigs and zags. Now if Jack would only question the coincidence of a meeting re his new book at the same time as a presser.

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